Plans have been unveiled to carry out further repairs to a popular footpath along the north Norfolk coast.

The Marrams footpath in Cromer has “deteriorated significantly” over the last 18 months, and now North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) has announced it will spend £50,000 on repairs.

It comes after a section of the footpath temporarily closed for essential health and safety repairs in July.

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North Norfolk News: Cromer's Marrams footpathCromer's Marrams footpath (Image: Adam Barker)

A report to NNDC’s cabinet said: “Weekly inspections have shown that the footpath is starting to become uneven along the cliff edge where the path is falling causing public hazards.” 

Final approval of the plans will come at a future meeting of the full council.

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