Writer RON JACKSON, 87, often visited Cromer’s hotels in his job as an articled clerk based in the town, as well as on social occasions. The now King’s Lynn based writer continues his tale of the ‘grand old dames’.


They are a series of comical sketches drawn by a Norfolk-based pilot while he was imprisoned in a German PoW camp.

Great Yarmouth Borough Council

A furious debate has been sparked after one of Britain’s leading heritage trusts suggested that one of the country’s most iconic landmarks be knocked down.


A new exhibition looks at life in Broadland during the First World War. Items on display include a photo album of a museum volunteer’s family, letters written from the home front, a bayonet and sword from the time, posters from the home front, knitted poppies, and a display of a Broadland family at home at the time, Reporter DAVID BALE went to the Museum of the Broads to speak to curator Nicola Hems and find out more.

Heritage Lottery Fund

The history of Cromer’s hotels is rich and fascinating. RON JACKSON, 87, who now lives in King’s Lynn, writes about his many years living and working in the town and visiting its marvellous places to stay.

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