Step back in time and revisit some of north Norfolk’s old high streets
There was a time when everything you needed could be bought in the high street.
And while these bygone photographs of high streets in north Norfolk show that there have been plenty of changes, much has remained the same.
Most of the buildings are still intact and Cromer Church still dominates the landscape in the town centre.
And while there may now be fewer banks in today's high streets, there's still a good variety of shops and you can get most of what you need.
And, despite out of town shopping centres and supermarkets attracting a lot of business away from town centres, our high streets are fighting back.
In Stalham a group was set up to help promote the town and host more events in the centre.
And there has been a resurgence in trade in some areas which continue to be hives of activity, especially during the summer months.
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