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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Make the North Norfolk News a Thursday habit!
- 1 Why this Norfolk village is one of the best in the UK
- 2 Wartime spirit fills north Norfolk as 1940s weekend returns
- 3 End of an era as cafe owner hangs up apron after 26 years
- 4 Man airlifted to hospital with serious head injuries after fight near pub
- 5 Location revealed for new major music festival with '90s flavour'
- 6 'Proud to be a Cromer fisherman' - Tributes paid to Norfolk stalwart
- 7 Cromer: gang throw glass bottles at group near beach
- 8 Parts of Norfolk at risk of heavy downpours
- 9 Tribute shows planned in memory of Paul Eastwood
- 10 'I couldn't believe my eyes' - snorkeller finds 125-year-old shipwreck