Shopkeepers face fines for flouting street laws
Shopkeepers are being warned they could face stiff fines if they continue to defy new street trading laws at Cromer.But businesses in one street say their inability to put out signs under the clampdown is badly hitting trade.
Shopkeepers are being warned they could face stiff fines if they continue to defy new street trading laws at Cromer.
But businesses in one street say their inability to put out signs under the clampdown is badly hitting trade.
You can read their story in this week's North Norfolk News which is out now.
In a colourful, bumper issue, we have more pictures and reports from the Aylsham Show, a page of pictures from the Southrepps Fayre and a great story about a North Walsham midwife who delivered her own grandchildren - three of them!
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- 1 How a now quiet North Norfolk village was once a bustling European port
- 2 Supermarket ‘champion’ clocks up thousands for charity - in spite of battling coronavirus
- 3 How a north Norfolk holiday hotspot was before tourists
- 4 Norfolk coronavirus infection rates fall further
- 5 North Norfolk farmer who grew potatoes for Walkers crisps dies aged 92
- 6 Norfolk in Tier 2 of coronavirus restrictions, government confirms
- 7 What does tier two mean for you? Step-by-step guide to new rules
- 8 Why have Norfolk and Suffolk been placed in Tier 2?
- 9 'Hugely disappointed': Reaction to Tier 2 Covid restrictions for Norfolk
- 10 'We just need a vaccine' - Cromer reacts to being placed in tier two