There has been no repeat of last August’s ‘lockdown’ weekend in Cromer when a group of Travellers wreaked havoc on the close-knit seaside community.
During one weekend last August, Cromer was put on ‘lockdown’ as a group of Travellers wreaked havoc on the close-knit seaside community.
A man was arrested for being nearly three times the drink-drive limit in the early hours today.
The Cromer inshore lifeboat was launched to help an inflatable boat with persons on board that had got into difficulties off Overstrand.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner is continuing his tour of the county to seek views from members of the public about who should govern the fire service.
Fishermen are celebrating after claiming victory in a fight over a patch of land in north Norfolk.
Crowds lined the cliff tops for one of Cromer carnival’s most anticipated events.
A fishing boat had to be rescued and towed back to shore after it got into difficulty off the north Norfolk coast.
A Norfolk council will appeal a decision not to hold a public inquiry into controversial plans for two wind turbines.
Fears that the Armistice Day parade would not go-ahead in Cromer this year, due to a lack of Royal British Legion members, have been dispelled.
A teenage singing sensation has gained a top distinction in her grade eight Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music examination.
The fall-out from a row at the Royal British Legion in Cromer continues to rumble on, with a town councillor resigning over what has happened.
Selected works from the world renowned Methodist modern art collection will be on show in Cromer from next week.
Artist Carole Wilshaw is the latest to see her work put on display at North Norfolk District Council’s (NNDC) public art gallery.
Seven former pupils, now in their 80s and 90s, have been reliving their days at the Belfry School in Overstrand.
Heartfelt goodbyes were said to some long-serving members of the team at Suffield Park Infant and Nursery School in Mill Road, Cromer.
It was once the hub of the village and the new people at the Black Boys in Aldborough aim to spend about £50,000 to restore it to its former glory.
The hot weather is proving a godsend for the unusual and exotic planting at the National Trust’s Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk.
A Royal British Legion branch in Norfolk is in disarray after four of its leading lights resigned.
Fears have been raised that three stolen taxi roof signs could be used to dupe people into using bogus vehicles.
Hot weather is great for most people but for those looking after animals and wildlife in our region it just adds to the workload.
Tributes have been paid to a Norfolk teaching assistant and mother-of-three who set up a school charity shop to help children with special needs.
Rivalry between crab and lobster was temporarily put aside as Cromer and Sheringham joined forces at the former’s annual lifeboat day.
The weather is set fair for the Cromer Lifeboat Day on Sunday, July 22, which will feature the launch of both lifeboats, demonstrations and stalls along the Promenade.
A cafe, complete with a first for Cromer, a much-needed ‘Space to Change’ facility that people with physical disabilities can use, is now open.
Passengers have been facing disruption on trains between Cromer and Sheringham and Norwich.
A close-to 200-mile day trip involving a small army of mayors and chairmen to help promote Norfolk Day, arrived in Cromer yesterday afternoon.
A RNLI life ring that could potentially save the lives of thousands of people all over the world has been put through its paces at a north Norfolk leisure centre.
They’re already a big tourist draw, and now the goats on the cliff at Cromer have their own merchandise.
A singer who was banned from performing at several north Norfolk car boot sales has written a song about the experience.
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