The Crab and Lobster festival’s annual auction and crabbing competition racked up an astounding total this year.
Cromer will welcome the return of the World Pier Crabbing Championships where crowds of people will line the length of the pier to vie for the coveted title.
The fireworks display at Cromer Carnival went ahead as planned, to the great relief of everyone involved after last year’s cancellation due to the bad weather.
They were back by popular demand - and the Red Arrows wowed the crowds again with breathtaking displays of skill and courage at the Cromer Carnival.
It’s the biggest event of the year in Cromer, and hundreds of people are already enjoying the carnival.
It’s been held on the same week for more than 50 years, but it will have to find alternative dates next year.
It kicked off with an opening concert on Friday, May 19 at Cromer Pavilion Theatre with a night of seaside fun, folk and comedy.
Cromer lifeboat station saved the day for the town’s carnival after blustery weather threatened to blow this year’s proceedings off course.
One of the biggest events in north Norfolk returns next month.
They returned in triumphant style last year - and it is hoped the Red Arrows will be blazing a trail again at this summer’s Cromer Carnival.
It remains one of the high-lights of the summer in north Norfolk.
One of the biggest events in north Norfolk is still going ahead later this year, it has been confirmed - despite a mass resignation.
Dramatic footage has emerged of a mishap at display in Malaysia which left 10 people injured.
Every cloud has a silver lining and the cancellation of this evening’s Cromer fireworks meant the plucky few who turned up for the resort’s pre-display fun run had a much higher chance of winning.
Five-year-old schoolgirl Metiya Nudchanad lit up Cromer - by turning on the town’s Christmas lights.
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