I must say that I was very sad to hear of the proposed replacement for the Splash in Sheringham by the council. I’m not sure the council fully appreciates what draws visitors to the centre in the first place.
On behalf of Sheringham Town Council and the community of Sheringham I would like to thank the Sheringham Carnival Association for yet another fantastic Carnival, much enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.
I am writing in response to Michelle Banville’s letter (North Norfolk News, June 21) in connection with the anti-social behaviour in the Memorial Park North Walsham. Michelle’s report was one-sided and didn’t take into account the residents who suffer continually with this problem.
I am a 76-year-old camper. Sitting outside my small tent at West Runton, I look around the site and see the ultra modern caravans plus awnings with more room than Holkhall Hall, fitted with all the mod cons, and occupied by mostly elderly couples, pulled by gas guzzling cars.
Could the town and district councils please lend a thought to pedestrianising Church Street in Cromer? Every time I visit this wonderful town I am struck by the amount of traffic I see constantly streaming along this very central artery. But there is nowhere for all this traffic to stop, so is it adding no value to commerce.
Everyone agrees there’s a need for social housing, so I read with dismay that the North Norfolk District Council planning committee have refused a planning application from Victory Housing in Southrepps.
Every year it never ceases to amaze us the support our competition is given by the local community. A special thank you must be given to Cromer Youth Old Boys, Holt United, Cromer Vets and Southrepps FC whose players donated all their subs which raised a total of £290.00 alone.