A week before Easter and the seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham would normally be gearing up for one of the biggest holidays of the year.
From fresh fruit and vegetables to locally made gin, many businesses right here in Norfolk are helping ensure local people get the items they need through home delivery services.
A Here to Help group in Cromer has issued a plea to food retailers to allow people to pay for goods upfront.
North-easterly gusts brought a band of wintry showers to parts of the region on the day the clocks went forward.
A dog-walker had a close encounter with a military helicopter on a north Norfolk beach.
Three RNLI events in Cromer have been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A zookeeper is calling on closed restaurant, café and hotel owners to donate fruit and vegetables to help them feed the animals.
The owner of one of Norfolk’s most popular fish and chip shops has donated more than eight tonnes of potatoes as he is forced to close due to the coronavirus lock down.
When Shirley Partridge started working at Cromer Hospital a litre of petrol cost 28p, Abba topped the charts with Super Trouper and mobile phones looked and weighed about the same as a brick.
The new lifeboat operations manager at Cromer RNLI is ex-Navy and spent three years as an aircrew medic.
The much-anticipated Vintage Sixties Festival in Cromer has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The April meeting of the Cromer and District branch of the Royal British Legion has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A Norfolk MP tried out the state-of-the-art fitness equipment at a new gym which is open to both students and the community.
These kids are seriously cute and they will soon be making their way to join the famous Bagot goat herd on the cliffs of Cromer.
Reviewer Stuart Anderson ‘Thai-ed’ out a thriving venue in a coastal town that’s better known for its crab than its curry.
Householders in north Norfolk are being asked to contribute towards the cost of the region’s new Macmillan Centre.
An empty business in a prime location in Cromer town centre could soon be occupied by an estate agency and law firm.
It’s one of the fastest growing sports in the UK, and visitors to a zoo may soon be able to enjoy a game of footgolf as well.
A Cromer lifeboat volunteer has received an award for more than 60 years of service.
Almost 60 years have passed since Will Cox first walked into a north Norfolk fire station.
Television presenter and comedian Stephen Fry praised a Holt-based playwright’s new work after enjoying the show on the London stage.
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Its “whimsical” tented canopies were once described as being like “Madonna lying on her back”.
A former pub in north Norfolk sold at auction for £378,500, after plenty of interest from bidders.
The Vintage Sixties Festival will be back in Cromer for 2020 and is going to bigger than ever before.
Donations of clothes and other items are needed at a seaside town’s ninth charity shop.
More memories of VE-Day in Cromer are being sought as part of the 75th anniversary commemorations of the end of the war in Europe.
A fallen tree has been cleared from a major road in Norfolk.
This is how a display of about 4,500 ceramic poppies will look in a north Norfolk church, as part of the VE-Day75 commemorations.
A new purpose-built toilet and changing room for those who cannot use standard facilities has been fitted at Cromer visitors’ centre.
A film-maker is hoping to shoot his second film in Norfolk later this year, but it depends on the success of a fund-raising campaign.
Plans for a McDonald’s restaurant in Cromer could be fast-tracked if no objections are raised.
A mother-of-one will star in a solo show celebrating the “weird and wonderful characters” of north Norfolk she has also written and produced.
BAFTA has announced the finalists of this year’s ‘For the Love of Film’ competition, including a woman from Cromer.
An economic boost could be delivered to a Norfolk seaside town if it can secure a ‘coach friendly status’.
A hotel director is appealing after an employment tribunal ordered his firm to pay £36,494.38 to a former chambermaid in a case of unfair dismissal.
A former residential care home that was closed down by the authorities could be turned into four new homes.
A Peaky Blinders actress who has also worked with film director Mike Leigh will head the cast of a London play set on Cromer pier.
New ‘Welcome to Cromer’ signs now greet visitors to the north Norfolk seaside town.
A charity that helped a seriously ill youngster will benefit from money raised at this year’s Cromer Boxing Day dip.
A stalwart at the RNLI in Cromer has stepped down after 25 years’ service to the charity.
They list the rescue launches made by life-saving crews from the RNLI in Cromer.
Bags were snatched from shopping trolleys at Tesco and Morrison’s stores in north Norfolk.
Revised plans for a McDonald’s restaurant in Cromer have been backed by the town council.
A Netflix production team is getting ready to film scenes for The Dig, a period drama which will star Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan, and starts filming in Cromer on Tuesday.
A north Norfolk great-grandmother says she was amused - if a little insulted - by a ‘nightmare’ error in a response to a letter of complaint.
‘Oyez, Oyez, Oyez’: Cromer has a new town crier.
A memorial garden at a hospital will be named after a farmer whose £1m bequest will help pay for a new cancer care and support centre for north Norfolk.
A drop-in public meeting will be held at Aylsham Town Hall to discuss the expansion of two wind farms off the Norfolk coast.
Planners have given the green light to a £4.15m state-of-the-art cancer care and support centre at Cromer and District Hospital.
New longer trains with more seats will be operating on the Bittern Line that links Norwich to Sheringham within the next few weeks, rail bosses said.
It may still be October but details of the traditional New Year’s Day firework display in Cromer have already been released.
A man was punched and then kicked when he fell to the floor in an assault in High Street, Cromer.
More details have emerged of a new micropub that is coming to Cromer.
A new micropub and cafe could open at a former hairdresser’s in Cromer.
A school has received a £2,000 cash boost to its library to help students develop a love of art and art history.
An award-winning Norfolk chef claims TripAdvisor is “unfair and fallible” after he was criticised on the platform by one reviewer for doing something he thought was right.
Footpaths supposedly linking a new housing development to a village centre are “going nowhere”, according to a parish council.
TV presenter Simon Thomas is carrying out a mystery challenge each day in September to raise funds for blood cancer awareness month.
RNLI Cromer has been awarded a grant from the town council to promote community safety at sea and inland waterways.
A disabled man has criticised a police officer for parking in a disabled bay while there were other available spaces.
A new lifeboat will be operating on the north Norfolk coast while Cromer’s Tamar class Lester undergoes routine repairs.
No buses will be serving Suffield Park on Cromer Carnival Day, a spokesman for Sanders Coaches said.
The countdown is on to the Cromer Carnival Parade, which will assemble at the carnival field in Runton Road from 5.15pm on Wednesday, August 21.
Fiction author and full-time chef Adam Longden has set his second novel, a dark and romantic thriller, in Cromer.
A woman who lost 7st 9.5lbs said she started slimming after a family picture made her cry.
Hundreds of thrill-seekers lined the course for the annual Soapbox Derby in Cromer, with entrants from as far away as the Midlands.
It may not be Jack Sparrow’s Black Pearl from the Pirates of the Caribbean films, but it’s attracted plenty of interest off the Norfolk coast.
A popular Cromer pub looks set to get a makeover with a new outside drinking and dining area and refurbished toilets.
Fisherman David Chambers never expected such an outcry after he erected a security fence and gate at West Runton beach.
A film-maker has wrapped-up production on his debut movie and is hoping to premiere it in Norwich.
Shopkeepers are warned to be vigilant after fake £50 notes were used to buy items at businesses across Norfolk.
The gates that were blocking the main access to a popular Norfolk beach have been removed.
A fisherman is set to defy a council notice to remove a fence within seven days from a north Norfolk beach.
A Norfolk town’s football club has withdrawn from the league for the first time in its long history.
A fisherman must remove part of a controversial metal barrier he has erected at the entranceway to a Norfolk beach.
A fisherman has erected fences blocking vehicle access to a popular north Norfolk beach.
They’re a big tourist attraction with their own merchandise and now the goats that graze on the west cliffs of Cromer in the summer could win their owner a national award.
Plenty of attractions will be on offer at Cromer’s annual RNLI lifeboat day on Sunday, July 28.
The inshore lifeboat was called to search around the town’s pier after fears someone was in the sea at 7.20pm on Thursday, July 18.
More backing has been given to a council’s restoration project at an iconic building in north Norfolk.
More concerns must be addressed if McDonald’s is to open its first restaurant on the north Norfolk coast.
A Norfolk council has defended its restoration work to an iconic building after it was branded a “disaster”.
Greater Anglia has apologised after it was forced to hire taxis to take passengers on part of their journeys due to a fault on a train.
Film-maker Alex Joseph is hoping the indie film he is shooting in north Norfolk will be his ticket to Hollywood.
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A Cromer school has received £16,000 of funding to spend a year celebrating science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
A feature documentary is being made on 16mm film about Cromer and the end of pier show.
Plans for the first McDonald’s restaurant on the north Norfolk coast have been dealt a blow by Cromer Town Council.
A popular Norfolk pub has closed and plans have been lodged to convert it into eight homes.
The Royal British Legion (RBL) is holding an annual event celebrating Armed Forces Day in Cromer.
A school is opening its doors for a free day of celebrations as it marks its 70th anniversary.
A Norfolk mum will spend the whole two days of the Royal Norfolk Show sitting on the loo.
A group of golfers is taking part in a 100-mile cycle challenge to raise money for Alzheimer’s Research UK.
A Norfolk mum who has two sons with autism persuaded bosses at a nature reserve to host a new ‘accessible’ family weekend.
Billionaire inventor Sir James Dyson has made another generous gift to his native region, after his donation to Gresham’s in Holt.
The first McDonald’s restaurant in north Norfolk could be built in Cromer.
Police were called to the centre of Cromer after reports of six men “punching each other.”
A coroner’s report into the death of a Cromer teenager has been made public.
Shopkeepers looking for a theme for their window displays have drawn inspiration from Norwich City FC’s promotion to the Premier League.
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