Cromer’s Bagot goats set to return to cliffside spot for the summer
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Animal lovers in north Norfolk won't be kidding around after they received some good news about the district's most popular four-legged residents.
The Bagot goats, who spend the summer months frolicking on the slopes of Cromer's cliffs, are set to return to their seafront spot.
Mark Frosdick, animal control officer at North Norfolk District Council, has shared a snap of the goats on social media as they prepare for their imminent arrival.
He said: "Coming soon to a cliff near you.
"They have packed their summer attire and picked their travel buddies. Just waiting for the fun bus to Cromer to pick them up."
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And fans of Cromer's furry faces flocked to the comments to share their excitement.
"Can't wait to see them," said Joanne Callender, while Tracy Impey added: "Awww I've missed seeing them."
Are you looking forward to the return of Cromer's goats? Share your photos on the Enjoy Cromer More group on Facebook.
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