Anyone who saw a serious crash which left a cyclist fighting for his life has been urged to call the police.
Forget DFLs in North Norfolk – it was UFOs visiting on New Year’s Eve 1978 that had everyone in Cromer talking.
A Cromer school has received £16,000 of funding to spend a year celebrating science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
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Cromer Town’s new chairperson Jenna Bedwell revealed she is confident about the future of the club - both on and off the park - after a new committee was sworn in.
Aggressive tactics by large corporations to swallow up independent stores will not be tolerated in Cromer, local business leaders have warned.
He is the most decorated lifeboatman in RNLI history and served for 53 years on lifeboats in Cromer.
Whatever the result, they are already considered local heroes. But victory this weekend would put north Norfolk on the map.
An underwater mural is to be painted on the seafront in Cromer as a million-pound make-over of the town’s west promenade takes shape.
A trio of district councillors have stepped in to pay unexpected charges for a popular and historic football tournament which raises money for the Cromer RNLI lifeboat.
Fears that a lack of volunteers could force the closure of one of the best skateparks in north Norfolk have been allayed after the community jumped on board a public appeal to save it.
A strange humming noise has been reported in Cromer - and is leaving local residents scratching their heads.
It may have been a week later than the rest of the world, but the Cromer New Year fireworks were timed to perfection for Robert Hubbard.
Some parish councils in north Norfolk don’t even know who their district councillors are - because they have never seen them.
District council set to approve plans for hotel development on Cadogan Road car park.
Cash-strapped council chiefs have revealed four “key” sites across north Norfolk could be developed to help balance the books, as part of its latest budget proposals.
Local authority employees claim more than FIVE YEARS OFF in just 12 months.
New attraction set to open in North Lodge Park next month.
Love is in the air in Cromer ahead of Valentine’s Day next month.
A seaside restaurant is offering singletons the chance to find love at first bite in one of north Norfolk’s most romantic settings.
A secondary school in north Norfolk where teachers greet the pupils at the gate everyday has been given a glowing report by education inspectors.
The event, which was postponed last week due to adverse weather, paid a special tribute to the town’s RNLI crew.
A green flare will be set off to signal the start of tonight’s display and mark the moment 100 years ago the town’s lifeboat crew completed a daring double rescue.
More than 10,000 people expected to line the seafront to watch the free show.
The Beach Hut sign was designed to drive shoppers to what is claimed is an often overlooked part of town.
From The Beatles through to Thunderbirds, mini-skirts to mopeds – it was the decade that defined a generation.
More than 200 thrill-seekers took part in the traditional Boxing Day dip in Cromer this morning (Monday).
It was dubbed Black-Eye Friday because a spike in boozy Christmas party mishaps was predicted to put the UK’s A&E departments under severe strain.
Two Cromer teenagers have set their sights on raising more than £300 for charity, by signing up for a sponsored head shave and entertaining town centre shoppers with a busking session.
Faeces found at a bus stop in Cromer are not believed to belong to a dog, town councillors were warned this week.
Every household in Cromer will be asked to pay an average of around £6 more a year towards the upkeep of the town.
A motorist who forgot where she had parked her car reported it stolen before discovering it was just where she had left it.
Much-vaunted plans to build a new sports complex on a neglected site in Cromer could yet be realised.
The future of a secondary school in north Norfolk has been assured following a rise in the school roll.
She has been dressing stage stars for decades. And her costumes have brought many a show to life.
North Norfolk Beach Runners are set to make a splash next month.
An exhibition of colourful, large scale animal paintings along the corridors of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) has been given an extended run, after attracting dozens of positive comments from patients, staff and visitors.
The RNLI in Cromer will take part in the first UK trial of the so-called bottle buoys.
A Royal British Legion run care home pulled out the big guns for its almost annual talent contest.
Cromer man forbidden from being drunk or using abusive language in town.
For many who enjoy the treasured East Anglian coastline while walking man’s best friend, it is a regular part of a daily routine.
The Friends of North Lodge Park in Cromer have reiterated their objection to North Norfolk District Council’s plans to build a 48-space car park on the site of the former tennis courts.
Cromer could be the latest town to join North Norfolk’s annual 1940s weekend - to make it the biggest in the country.
Work is set to start on resurfacing one of the busiest roads in Cromer.
Closure-threatened toilets in Cromer have been damaged by fire.
A devastated family forced to flee their home following a freak flood in the summer have been hit by another deluge - just days before they planned to move back in.
A public meeting is being organised to ask residents their views on plans to build a car park on parkland at a local beauty spot, it has been confirmed.
A controversial issue is today being revived in Cromer after a shock bid to build a 48-space car park on part of a treasured piece of open space.
A deaf motorist revealed she struggles to get in and out of her drive because parked cars block her view and she can’t hear if there are other vehicles coming.
And by the looks of it they had a ball!
A concerned mum claims her trip to north Norfolk was ruined after she was shot by a gun-toting thug in a street packed with children.
A coastal carnival has been described as one of the best in the country following another record-breaking show.
The Red Arrows made a triumphant return to Cromer for the town’s annual Carnival after their absence last year.
Cromer Carnival continued to enjoy one of its hottest weeks yet as temperatures once again topped 21 degrees on day three of the festivities.
Crowds of well-wishers lined the promenade to watch the traditional ceremony on the pier forecourt.
There was a super turnout on the opening day of the Cromer Carnival.
Cromer got revved up for the start of the town’s festivities with the return of the soapbox derby.
Controversial plans to switch off street lights in a bid to save money are driving councillors in Cromer round the bend.
Dramatic rescues along the north Norfolk coast in recent weeks have acted as a timely reminder of just how much the area relies on the charity which saves lives at sea.
North Norfolk District Council is proposing a new way forward in the row over plans to develop the club’s home ground.
Liam Walsh can be forgiven for looking into the future as he returns to the ring in Manchester tonight, writes Chris Lakey.
It’s very retro, it’s very English, and it’s a very good night out.
Liam Walsh says he is edging closer to “the big one” as he prepares to make the second defence of his coveted British title.
Cromer Carnival’s “royal family”, like its national counterpart, now has a new princess.
A four-times town mayor has decided to step down from a coastal council because of ill health and to spend more time with his family.
A Celtic myth - telling the tale of a tour guide’s unusual encounter on a beach - has been given a Norfolk twist as part of an upcoming new arts festival.
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