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Enjoy Cromer More offices now open for drop-in sessions

PUBLISHED: 13:02 05 December 2017 | UPDATED: 13:16 05 December 2017

The Enjoy Cromer More team are opening the office in Church Street to the public each week. From left, Steve Downes, Eleanor Pringle, Adam Lazzari and Stuart Anderson. Picture: Andreas Yiasimi?

The Enjoy Cromer More team are opening the office in Church Street to the public each week. From left, Steve Downes, Eleanor Pringle, Adam Lazzari and Stuart Anderson. Picture: Andreas Yiasimi?

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Since launching the Enjoy Cromer More project, we have come to appreciate the level of engagement and positivity there is around the town.

Our Cromer office is decorated and ready to celebrate on December 2. Picture: Eleanor PringleOur Cromer office is decorated and ready to celebrate on December 2. Picture: Eleanor Pringle

As a result, we are now aiming to increase the amount of material on enjoycromermore.co.uk written by you, our readers, while continuing to build a closer relationship with people in the town.

In aid of this, we plan to hold drop-in sessions for Enjoy Cromer More readers and contributors to talk through their ideas for covering events and other stories around Cromer. The EDP/North Norfolk News office at 31 Church Street, Cromer, NR27 9ES, will be open every Friday from 2pm to 4pm.

We also hope to hear your ideas on how we can improve the Enjoy Cromer More site, or what you would like to see more of.

If you would like to contribute, but can’t make it to a drop-in session, contact Eleanor Pringle on 01263 513 160 or email enjoycromermore@archant.co.uk.

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