Do you know what it is? Mystery surrounds ‘hum’ in Cromer

Deputy Mayor of Cromer, John Frosdick. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Deputy Mayor of Cromer, John Frosdick. Picture: Sonya Duncan - Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2016

A strange humming noise has been reported in Cromer - and is leaving local residents scratching their heads.

Councillors in Cromer were told the 'hum' could be heard throughout the town soon after it stops raining.

But no-one appears to know where it is coming from.

A member of the public raised the issue at a meeting of Cromer Town Council's planning, transportation and environment committee.

Deputy mayor John Frosdick said: 'It's a continuous noise that residents keep hearing.

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'North Norfolk District Council's environmental team looked at it, but could not find anything wrong.

'It starts after it stops raining, so it could be a water pump, but Anglian Water say their underground system is in good working order and they do not feel it is connected to them.'

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