Decked-out pier greets visitors for jubilee
- Credit: North Norfolk District Council
Cromer Pier has been given a right royal makeover to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Visitors to the iconic landmark during the long weekend have been greeted by welcome posters, flags and signs put up especially to mark the occasion.
Even the pier's heritage lampposts were given the red, white and blue treatment with Union Jacks installed on each side. The pier is also being lit up in red, white and blue after dark.
And the district council-owned pier was certainly not the only spot in Cromer decorated for the occasion, with many individuals putting up their own tributes to Her Majesty.
Among them was Maria Stableford, who did up her beach hut on the town's western prom.
Ms Stableford, from Cromer, said: "Our beach hut is such an amazing place for making happy memories with our family and friends.
"We met up with other hut owners on Cromer jubilee and we all decorated our huts.
"There was jubilee bunting, flags and I made red, white and blue pom-poms to hang up.
"I painted a new jubilee inspired hut door number plaque.
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"We all had lovely food and plenty of drink in celebration of our incredible Queen and her lifetimes service to our great country and people."
And Cromer florist Lacey-Marie Price-Jones joined forces with another florist to create a stunning floral tribute in red, white and blue near the town's parish church, not far from the popular 'weeping window' display of poppies.