Mayor targets improvements to parks following re-election

Cromer mayor Tim Adams and his new deputy John Frosdick. Photo: Dave 'Hubba' Roberts

Cromer mayor Tim Adams and his new deputy John Frosdick. Photo: Dave 'Hubba' Roberts - Credit: Dave 'Hubba' Roberts

Cromer mayor Tim Adams has been re-elected for a second year.

The Town Council suspended its standing orders, which states that candidates can only serve one year in office in any four year term, to make the appointment.

The last mayor to serve more than one year in Cromer was Councillor Hilary Thompson from 2008 to 2010.

Councillor Adams will be supported by Councillor John Frosdick (pictured together, right), who was appointed Deputy Mayor. He succeeds Councillor Timothy Bartlett.

Thanking his council and clerks for their support, Mr Adams said: 'I'm looking forward to another year and all the challenges and the rewards that brings.

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'My particular focus is going to be around the youth and green spaces but I look forward to supporting all of the work of the individual chairmen and committees and all the work they do. We are suffering some maintenance issues with green spaces and we have some big challenges to overcome to get on top of the eroding state of play equipment and the Cromer that we'd expect.

'We've lost play equipment over the last few years and our intention is to see that reversed.

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'We've invested heavily in the skatepark - one of the first duties I had as mayor was to open the skatepark.' And he added: 'I'm hoping we can achieve things on a similar scale.'

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