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It beat off competition from 11,500 other village stores and post offices across the country, and now the owners are looking forward to a bumper summer season.

Cromer has celebrated the efforts of a band of unsung heroes working for local good causes ranging from children’s groups, to hospital patients, at the town council’s annual honours awards.

Businesses are being urged to sign-up to a project that celebrates the amazing finds that have been discovered on the Norfolk coast and encourage year-round visitors.

Record numbers pulled on their football tops and strapped on their running shoes for a Parkrun in memory of a much-loved teenager.

Plans for a 24-home residential development have met with opposition from a parish council.

The A148 in north Norfolk is now clear following a crash involving two vehicles.

A man threatened staff with a knife at the Red Lion Hotel in Cromer.

Norwich City took a big step towards securing their East League top flight status on an afternoon when Harleston Magpies confirmed they would be going up.

The first six baby Bagot goats to be born as part of a breeding programme will be heading to Cromer later in the year to join their cousins in keeping the cliff clear.

Businesses along the 84-mile Norfolk Coast Path are being urged to find out more about a project that aims to attract international walkers to the area.

Highwire artists, backwards walking tours, hip hop dance, the Britten Sinfonia and an armful of music, circus, magic and dance - it can only be the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. What will you see? The programme is out now....

More national attention was focused on Cromer when top chef James Martin brought his popular daytime TV show Great British Adventure to the town.

Train services between Norwich and north Norfolk were disrupted this morning after a lorry damaged a railway bridge.

TV star James Martin headed to north and west Norfolk last summer to film an episode of his Great British Adventure show, which is being aired for the first time on ITV at 2pm today.

A major £1m project to protect an iconic north Norfolk landmark is underway in Cromer.

Members of the public could soon have access to another life-saving defibrillator in Cromer.

Buses will replace trains throughout the day between Norwich and north Norfolk.

Cromer RNLI has a proud history of long-serving volunteers and coxswain Ady Woods has joined that list by celebrating 30 years’ service.

Plans for a £190,000 revamp of a Cromer park have been approved with work set to start later this year.

Water supplies are back to normal in Cromer, but customers are being warned it could look a “little cloudy”.

A team of archaeologists from Cambridge has started a dig at a site in north Norfolk.

Employers can learn more about the benefits of apprenticeships in the workplace at a free workshop.

A plant breakdown meant carriageway resurfacing works on A149 Church Street, Cromer, were unfinished on Sunday, February 3.

Fisherman Roger Cunnington is living his dream by representing England at the fourth annual Sport Fishing World Championships.

Organisers of the third annual series of summer concerts planned for a north Norfolk estate say ticket sales already up “fourfold” on last year.

Tribute has been paid to a former mayor of Cromer, who has died aged 81.

Motorists are being warned to expect delays while three of Cromer’s busiest roads are closed to traffic for two days for carriageway resurfacing work to be carried out.

A former north Norfolk business leader has given up his desk job to become a homesteader in northern Latvia.

A charity that supports people living with disabilities has a new lawn mower.

A £5,500 cheque from the Boxing Day dip in Cromer was handed over by the North Norfolk Beach Runners to the Norwich and central Norfolk branch of mental health charity Mind.

The 20-year-old brothers in arms who fought in WW2 but paid the ultimate price.

Roadworks on Church Street, Cromer will now take place on Sunday, February 3 rather than the previous Sunday.

Another shop is closing down on the high street, but this time it does not have anything to do with the economy.

After a family adventure turns to tragedy Norfolk-born Gordon Darroch tries to make sense of the trauma in a heartbreaking memoir.

The work of artist Amelia Mills is being showcased at North Norfolk District Council’s first floor gallery at its Cromer offices.

Norfolk-born Brexit-backer Sir James Dyson is to relocate the Dyson head office from the UK to Singapore.

Norfolk’s Great Barrier Reef is the inspiration behind a major exhibition in the county.

Patients at Cromer surgery should now have a shorter wait for round-the-clock blood pressure monitoring.

One of the faces of a new national campaign urging more people to become apprentices has proved it’s never too late to live your dream.

Cromer is celebrating an increase in numbers in the town centre at a time when high streets up and down the country are said to be in crisis.

Pupils have made a New Year’s resolution to reduce plastic waste through a new recycling scheme.

A beach cleaner collected 17kg of plastic from West Runton beach.

Nominations are being sought for the unsung heroes who have made a difference to the lives of people in Cromer in the last year.

Four RNLI crew members in Cromer are now qualified to go out on a shout.

A grandmother has praised the community spirit in Norfolk after an 18-carat gold wedding ring she lost on a beach was found by a metal detectorist.

A dog mess poster that threatened to spit-roast pets whose owners did not clean up after them has been taken down following complaints.

A motorist was left shaken when three men jumped out in front of his car and forced him to stop late on Christmas Day.

Children are being asked to capture the spirit of Cromer’s New Year’s Day fireworks in a drawing or painting and win a prize.

Concerns have been raised about the loss of a former newsagent and tearoom in north Norfolk.

A woman joined a slimming group when she failed to recognise herself in the mirror.

Cromer’s North Lodge Park will celebrate its 90th birthday in 2019 – and help is needed to put together its history.

Cromer’s Bagot goats are enjoying a change of scenery over the winter after their sterling work this year.

Cadets at the Cromer unit of the St John Ambulance first aid charity gave demonstrations in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to members of the public earlier this month.

Children from a Cromer school celebrated the festive season at a Christmas service featuring pupils from academies across Norfolk and Suffolk.

Environmental rangers are stepping up their patrols as part of an ongoing bid to tackle the blight of dog mess in north Norfolk.

Christmas shoppers are heading to a new store in north Norfolk that offers the personal touch not available on social media.

A new documentary film called 3 Drummers follows three men who grew up three miles apart in Norfolk and all went onto play for some of the biggest names in music including Annie Lennox and Basement Jaxx.

A £190,000 revamp of a Cromer park has moved a step closer with a planning application now registered with the district council.

The owners of a newly-reopened north Norfolk fishmongers have said they hope to be in business in “50 years and beyond”.

A major development on the outskirts of Cromer has been dealt a blow after concerns were raised about its effect on the road network.

It attracted hundreds of people to Cromer earlier in the year and now everyone gets to see what all the fuss was about.

Well-known railway author and lecturer Nigel Digby will be signing copies of his latest book in north Norfolk.

An “energetic and indefatigable Norfolk hero” from Cromer will be made an MBE later this week.

A £75,000 upgrade of Cromer community centre will create jobs and allow more live music to be staged in the seaside town.

More than 100 people attended a funeral service of thanksgiving celebrating the life of Jean Amis at Cromer parish church today.

Bathing water around the north Norfolk coast is “excellent”, according to the government.

A care home owner has challenged a Care Quality Commission (CQC) report that rated the service as inadequate.

A wildlife conservation charity has bought five acres of woodland in north Norfolk for £50,000 to preserve some valuable natural habitat for future generations.

A Norfolk town’s annual Christmas lights switch-on will go ahead as planned, despite concerns after they fell and closed a busy road.

It marked the end of an era as Cromer RNLI said goodbye to long-serving members including coxswain John Davies at a presentation evening.

A care home owner has challenged a Care Quality Commission (CQC) report that rated the service as inadequate.

The leader of a Norfolk council has spoken about a lack of mental health services in the area and said he “can’t imagine” what families who have lost sons to suicide are feeling.

Thousands of poppies petals cascaded down on a 500-strong congregation at Cromer Parish Church at the weekend, as part of a series of events organised by the town council to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armistice.

Budding chefs who can now practise their dishes in a new £25,000 kitchen have been getting tips from expert Galton Blackiston.

When former Sheringham mayor Noel Gant got chatting to his future wife Margrit at a dance in Germany in 1956, he says he knew immediately that she was “the one”.

It’s already famous for its crabs and fish and chips and now a Norfolk seaside town can also boast of its Thai food.

Every November an army of Royal British Legion volunteers give up their time to sell poppies across Norfolk, raising thousands for charity and making sure the memories of those who have represented the British armed forces are not forgotten.

Cromer’s popular music festival will be 21-years-old when it returns to the town’s Pavilion Theatre next year.

The newly-restored war memorial in front of Cromer Parish Church will be unveiled and re-dedicated by the grandson of the man who unveiled the original monument.

A north Norfolk village Bonfire Night event attracted a record crowd at the weekend, with more than 500 people turning out to see a spectacular firework display laid on by an eight-strong group of volunteers.

Keith Skipper plays tribute to the outgoing Bishop of Norwich.

As the Rt Revd Graham James heads for retirement later this month, Keith Skipper reflects on his time with the church.

After recent deaths in north Norfolk, bereaved parents, a GP and a campaigner tell JESSICA FRANK-KEYES how a lack of local services is failing suicidal young men.

From concerts and art exhibitions, to parades and history projects, towns and villages across north Norfolk are preparing to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War with a host of events. Here is a round-up of Remembrance Day services and centenary events in the area.

Three blue plaques will be put in place in Cromer as part of a weekend of events to commemorate the end of the First World War.

Three life-size Tommy silhouettes have been installed in north Norfolk as part of the centenary commemorations of the end of the First World War.

A new £200 bench has been handed over to the Friends of North Lodge Park in Cromer.

A teenage boy with a push-bike was inappropriately touched by a 50-year-old man.

A military historian who has studied Kett’s rebellion for decades suggests a new site for the final battle

A familiar face around Sheringham, local character Glyn Chestney has died aged 72.

A concert featuring the Taverham Brass Band and the Vocalights Choir will be held at Cromer church.

The annual Poppy Appeal starts next Saturday and volunteers will again be on the streets of Cromer over the next fortnight selling poppies to members of the public.

The second North Norfolk Business Awards, which celebrate the best businesses in the region, are now open for entries - and businesses are being encouraged to put themselves forward to win one of the prestigious titles.

Several longstanding RNLI crew members retired this year, including eighth-generation lifeboatman John Davies.

Community bosses hope to build on the success of a fun-run held on the carnival field in Cromer today.

Empty homes are a major frustration for many communities at a time of a national housing shortage.

A Norfolk hotel has been chosen as one of the ten new discoveries in the Good Hotel Guide 2019.

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