Cromer residents to get chance to vote on how town council spends their money
Cromer residents will get the chance to vote on how they think the town council should spend their money.
At an open day on Saturday, March 17 from 9am-midday at Cromer Parish Hall on Church Street, there will be a ballot about which aspects of the council's work they think are the most important.
The council has a total expenditure of about �250,000 per year, and performs a number of tasks, mostly voluntarily, including:
? Maintaining the town cemetery
? Providing some allotments
? Contributing to schemes to provide bus shelters, litter bins and grit bins.
A press release from the council said: 'As a tourist town were many residents depend on tourism for a living, the council plays an important role in promoting the town as a holiday destination and works with local organisations to ensure that Cromer remains a place that people will want to visit.
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'At the open day, residents will have the opportunity to vote for those aspects of the council's work that they think is most important to the town. We urge you to come along and make your views known.'