Chance for voters to quiz town leaders at annual meeting

Cromer mayor John Frosdick will chair the meeting. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Cromer mayor John Frosdick will chair the meeting. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY


Voters in Cromer and Suffield Park have been invited to an annual town meeting, where they will have the opportunity to ask questions.

Cromer’s annual town meeting will take place at Cromer Parish Hall on Wednesday, March 14 from 7pm, chaired by mayor John Frosdick. Guest speakers will include Royal British Legion county chairman John Boisson and a representative from the Cliveden Conservation, who will report on the restoration of Cromer War Memorial.

There will also be a presentation of grants from the New Year’s Day fireworks event, and prizes will be presented to winners of a photo competition which took place on the same day.

A statement from the council said: “All electors are welcome to attend and raise questions in relation to the town. If you would prefer that someone asks a question on your behalf, please speak to the clerk or deputy clerk prior to the meeting.”

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