Sea Scouts are gearing up to host their annual parade and are expecting a turnout of more than 700 attendees.

The 1st Cromer Sea Scouts are once again hosting the St George's Day Parade in Cromer on April 27.

The parade is expected to draw more than 700 individuals, including participants from Squirrels, Beavers, Cubs, and Scouts, along with their families from across North East Norfolk.

The event will commence at 10.30 am with a procession from Runton Road clifftop field, accompanied by the Cawston Band.

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The parade will conclude at Cromer Parish Church where Scout Promises will be renewed.

Matthew Bussey, group scout leader said: "This event allows us to honour the values of Scouting and pay tribute to St George, the patron saint of Scouting, while promoting a sense of pride and togetherness within our community."

St George's Day is an avenue for Scouts to showcase their skills and celebrate the principles of Scouting.

Neighbours, businesses, and visitors are encouraged to join and support the event.