A traditional blessing took place last weekend which attracts farmers and communities alike, each year, when the local vicar performs a service and blesses ploughs and tractors, symbols of the work of ploughing, sowing and reaping carried out by the farmers across the land.
Having fought hard for 'Splash' for some considerable time as a district councillor, along with Judy Oliver at county (both of us now out of office at district) I cannot get hold of the stupidity of people who want the wave machine and funny ball things to exist!
A medieval community once thrived where waves now crash on the North Sea shore. Cromer Museum visitor services assistant Rebecca Lusher looks back on 'Norfolk's Atlantis' - the lost village of Shipden.
Patrick Hamilton, one of the most gifted and admired writers of his generation, found his final home in north Norfolk. In the second piece of a two-part series, ALAN TUTT from Cromer Museum traces his rise and fall.
Patrick Hamilton, one of the most gifted and admired writers of his generation, found his final home in north Norfolk. In the first piece of a two-part series, ALAN TUTT from Cromer Museum traces his rise and fall.
As Cromer's North Lodge Park celebrates its 90th anniversary this year, one of five charity trustees of the Friends of North Lodge Park group JOHN MORGAN is sharing memories, each month, of everything that has made it so special.
Right, let's get this one straight right off the bat: This is a Smash Hit Show. There, I said it. No point in keeping you waiting, go buy a ticket. No, really; there is no need to read on - except perhaps to find out why…
Honing church flower festival, entitled, Honing: Its people and places in flowers, is being held on Saturday 22nd and Sunday, June 23, from 11am - 4pm, in Honing church, there will be refreshments and a tombola.
Cromer's North Lodge Park opened on Saturday 18 May 1929, exactly 90 years ago this coming Saturday. A new booklet to be launched by the Friends of North Lodge Park to mark the park's 90th birthday tells the story of these nine decades, but the origins of North Lodge Park go back much further.
Think of Cromer and end-of-pier shows, crab sandwiches and seaside fun all spring to mind. But the town's charming facade belies a more ghostly side. Cromer Museum visitor services assistant ANNA CRANE explores the spooky history of the north Norfolk town.