Chance to find out more about Walkers are Welcome get-together in Cromer
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People from across the country will descend on Cromer when the town hosts the annual Walkers are Welcome get-together - and there's a chance to find out more about the plans at a public meeting.
The Cromer walkers' group is holding its AGM at 7.30pm on Friday, March 23 at the community centre in Garden Street, followed by a Walkers are Welcome beer tasting session.
The group is part of a network of more than 110 towns and villages all over Britain, and the get-together will be held in the town between October 12 and October 14.
The event is expected to further raise the profile of the north Norfolk seaside resort as a destination for walkers and provide a welcome boost to the visitor economy away from the high season.
Walkers are Welcome was launched in 2007 to encourage towns and villages to be 'welcoming to walkers'.
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