Memory book to remember Cromer’s community champions

Cromer Town Council provides a memory book dedicated to people have have given up their time to supp

Cromer Town Council provides a memory book dedicated to people have have given up their time to support causes in the town. Pictured from left Tony Shipp, Cromer Mayor Tim Adams and Cromer Town Clerk Julie Chance. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Nominations are needed for inclusion in a memory book paying tribute to Cromer's community champions.

A roll call of those dedicated volunteers who passed away this year will be read out the 2017 annual town meeting.

The book was inspired by the death of a number of prominent Cromer Carnival supporters last year.

Carnival chairman Tony Shipp approached the town council with the idea of providing the memory book to honour their contribution.

Cromer Mayor Tim Adams said: 'It is important for us to remember those people who have passed away both in years gone by and more recently. The memory book is a nice way to give them some recognition.'


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Nominations should be sent to clerk@cromertown.org or Cromer Town Council, North Lodge, Overstrand Road, Cromer, Norfolk NR27 0AH.

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