Cromer illegal parkers tackled

Motorists abusing parking restrictions in Cromer have been given warnings and fines as police target local concerns. Vehicles parked in various locations, including the entrance of the old bus station, Lower West Street, Jetty Cliff, New Street, and Overstrand Road, have been dealt with.

Motorists abusing parking restrictions in Cromer have been given warnings and fines as police target local concerns.

Vehicles parked in various locations, including the entrance of the old bus station, Lower West Street, Jetty Cliff, New Street, and Overstrand Road, have been dealt with.

Drivers ignoring parking restrictions were made a priority for the local Safer Neighbourhood Team.

Officers have also been tackling anti-social behaviour on Cadogan Road and Cabbell Road, Cromer - which has resulted in a three-year anti-social behaviour order - and at Northrepps, where officers are looking at under-age drinking at the play area and noise from people gathering in the car park.


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Police Community Support Officer Richard Kerfoot from the Cromer SNT team will be holding street surgeries in the town and at East and West Runton, where people can raise any concerns.

He will be at the The Hurn, West Runton on Monday, February 8 from 1pm-3pm, Cromer Library on Monday, February 15 from 10am to noon, and the White Horse pub car park at East Runton on Tuesday, February 16 from 1pm-3pm.

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To contact the Cromer SNT call 0845 456 4567 or email sntcromer@norfolk.pnn.police.uk

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