December 9 2013 Latest news:
Thursday, October 3, 2013
The North Norfolk News and EDP office at Cromer is now welcoming customers all day in a change of opening hours.
From 9am to 5pm - with a break for lunch from 1pm to 2pm - the doors of the Church Street office will be open for people wanting to see our journalists or to do commercial transactions.
The office can provide a range of services and goods including:
■copies of the NNN, EDP and other newspapers produced by parent company Archant.
■copies of Archant magazines including EDP Norfolk, Let’s Talk, Bride, Anglia Afloat, EQ (equestrian) Life and the new Royal Resident, which covers west and worth Norfolk
■Archant books such as Days Gone By, Norwich City History as it Happened, country and pub walks.
■Reader travel brochures for holidays and breaks at home and abroad
Receptionist Ellie Pantling can help with personal announcements, photograph orders and classified advertising.
There is also a photocopying and faxing service.
The office is also a point of contact with our sales executives who can deal with larger advertisements, along with the editorial team who are keen to hear about your local stories and issues.
Community editor Richard Batson said: “The welcome mat is out for local people to come and see what services we offer through our office - which is in the heart of the town and heart of the community.
“Drop in to see us and find out how we can help with your advertising and editorial needs - as well as some ideas for holidays and short breaks.
“You might surprised what you will find in our office - including our giant crab.”