See winning Crab and Lobster Festival posters as lifebuoy trail is launched
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Visitors are set to look around for 70 circles of life as a popular festival launches its latest trail.
On Monday, the Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival's annual art trail is launched with a colourful array of decorated lifebuoys.
Artists, children, community groups and shops have been busy decorating the lifebuoys, which will appear at a host of locations across Cromer, Sheringham and further afield.
The lifebuoys have been decorated in the same spirit as the windbreaks in 2012. The majority have a crab and lobster as part of the design and people can follow the trail, choose their favourite and enter a prize draw.
The trail leaflets are available in local tourist information centres, which also detail the festival's Scrumptious Seafood Trail, which launched at Easter.
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The Lifebuoy Art Trail will remain in place until Friday August 16 when they will be prepared for the festival's grand charity auction on Sunday August 26 to coincide with the last weekend of Cromer Carnival.
Festival chairman Tony Shipp said 'We are delighted to start the festival on such a positive note. We hope the Lifebuoy Art Trail will be as successful as the windbreaks.
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'It's a fabulous way for locals and visitors to explore the area and see some unique and wacky designs along the way.'
? Meanwhile, the winning poster has been chosen for the festival, which runs from May 17 to 19. The winner (top left), by Sinead Gray from Letheringsett, will be the official festival poster. She will also receive a framed print of her poster and tickets to the opening concert. Second place (middle left) went to Victoria Batten from King's Lynn, while third (middle bottom) was secured by Andrew Ruffhead from Burnham Market.