Search

Cromer chosen to host annual Walkers are Welcome get together

PUBLISHED: 11:30 13 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:34 13 January 2018

Dereham Walkers Are Welcome.  Picture: Ken Hawkins

Dereham Walkers Are Welcome. Picture: Ken Hawkins

Ken Hawkins

Cromer is set to host the annual Walkers are Welcome get together this year with a series of talks, walks and other events taking place all around the town.

The Cromer walkers group, which is part of a network of more than 110 towns and villages all over Britain, will host the event between October 12 and October 14 and invitations will be sent to representatives from all accredited towns and villages, including Dereham and Aylsham.

Councillor Nigel Dixon, of North Norfolk District Council, said: “Behind Cromer’s Walkers are Welcome accreditation is a lot of hard work from a dedicated team of people.

“Congratulations to them for attracting the annual get together, which will further raise the profile of Cromer as a destination for walkers and provide a welcome boost to the visitor economy away from the high season.”

To get involved contact enquiries@walkcromer.co.uk.

Other popular content

Yesterday, 18:00

Researchers at a marine science institute believe they have found “strong evidence” that incidents of sickness and death in dogs after eating fish on the north Norfolk coastline were caused by a neurotoxin found in shellfish.

Yesterday, 18:26

The future of Sheringham Community Centre could be decided by residents, after the town council called a special meeting aimed at addressing a £45,000 a year deficit.

Yesterday, 11:55

Birdwatchers from across the country have been heading to a north Norfolk seaside resort to see a rare bird normally found during the winter in southern Europe.

Yesterday, 18:43

A nursing leader has painted a bleak picture of the conditions nurses in East Anglia are working under, as it was revealed one in 10 leave the profession every year.

Most Read

Yesterday, 18:00

Researchers at a marine science institute believe they have found “strong evidence” that incidents of sickness and death in dogs after eating fish on the north Norfolk coastline were caused by a neurotoxin found in shellfish.

Read more
European Union
Yesterday, 18:26

The future of Sheringham Community Centre could be decided by residents, after the town council called a special meeting aimed at addressing a £45,000 a year deficit.

Read more
Norfolk County Council
Yesterday, 16:07

Why did someone remove 40 dinner plates from a community centre at Christmas-time without asking?

Read more
Yesterday, 11:55

Birdwatchers from across the country have been heading to a north Norfolk seaside resort to see a rare bird normally found during the winter in southern Europe.

Read more
Sheringham
Mon, 12:42

Part of Cromer beach, plus a lordship going back to the Domesday Book, could be yours for £17,500.

Read more
London

Local Weather

Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

max temp: 6°C

min temp: 0°C

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the North Norfolk News e-edition today
E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter