Coastal towns join up for publicity boost
A patriotic concert for St George's Day is being staged as part of the new joint publicity venture between Cromer and Sheringham.And the committee is working on other events, including a festival showcasing its crab and art cultures.
A patriotic concert for St George's Day is being staged as part of the new joint publicity venture between Cromer and Sheringham.
And the committee is working on other events, including a festival showcasing its crab and art cultures.
The free St George's Day concert is at Cromer parish church on Thursday April 23 at 7.30pm - and will switch to a Sheringham venue next year.
It will feature the Cromer and Sheringham Brass playing stirring music including British sea songs, Land of Hope and Glory, Jerusalem and the national anthem as well as show songs, Abba and the theme from the Sister Act film.
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The twin towns will also join forces for a crab and lobster festival in May 2010. Events being planned include crab fishing, local clog 'step' dancing, seafood cookery, and demonstrations of crab pot and gansey jumper making, along with some art events.
The event is aimed at informing, educating and entertaining as well as attracting visitors to the resorts. Anyone with ideas or keen to take part should contact either of the town councils involved.
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