Seaside town’s community fun-run will be back next year

From L-R, in the back of a fire engine, Annabel Goodall, Judy Goodall, Ernest Goodall, two, and Hett

From L-R, in the back of a fire engine, Annabel Goodall, Judy Goodall, Ernest Goodall, two, and Hetty Goodall, five. Pictures: David Bale - Credit: Archant

Community bosses hope to build on the success of a fun-run held on the carnival field in Cromer today.

Dad Chris Hele, Isla Hele, four, and mum Sam Hele took part in the community fun-run in Cromer. Pict

Dad Chris Hele, Isla Hele, four, and mum Sam Hele took part in the community fun-run in Cromer. Pictures: David Bale - Credit: Archant

About 30 people either walked or ran around the course to raise money for their own organisations or for charity.

Cromer town councillor Phil Harris said: 'This is the first year we are doing it and we want to build on the success.

'North Norfolk District Council lent us the field and the Old Rock Shop Bistro supplied the water.'

Miranda Roberts' son Louis, seven, from Runton Road, Cromer, completed three laps, about 2.5km.

Community fun-run in Cromer. Miranda Roberts with son Louis, who completed three laps of the track.

Community fun-run in Cromer. Miranda Roberts with son Louis, who completed three laps of the track. Pictures: David Bale - Credit: Archant


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The Goodall family from Oxfordshire, who are on holiday, enjoyed exploring a fire engine.

Meanwhile, Chris Hele, from Cromer fire station, brought along the engine, and took part in the run with wife Sam and daughter Isla, four.

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He said: 'We like to support community events.'

Most of the children taking part were from Cromer's Seaview Pre-School.

L-R, Isla Hield, two, Sandra Sayer, Louise Jackson and Elsie Jackson-Hall, three, took part in the c

L-R, Isla Hield, two, Sandra Sayer, Louise Jackson and Elsie Jackson-Hall, three, took part in the community fun-run. Pictures: David Bale - Credit: Archant

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