The Red Arrows will embark on its first major tour of the US and Canada in more than 25 years. Pilots and other Red Arrows officials will also meet business leaders, visit schools and attend other engagements during the tour, which follows the RAF’s 2018 centenary celebrations. … [Read more...] about Red Arrows likely to miss Cromer Carnival’s 50th anniversary
MORE: Can you capture the spirit of Cromer’s New Year’s Day fireworks?He said: “I would like to see more of Cromer being used for such events. They help spread the word regionally and nationally about what a beautiful town it is. It’s helping to make Cromer a 365-day resort rather than just a summer resort.” … [Read more...] about Why are more visitors coming to Cromer while other high streets are struggling?
Estate owner Benjie Cabbell Manners reveals how a bold diversification is helping to make his business a roaring success. Stephen Pullinger reports. While 600 acres of farmland remains the backbone of his business, Benjie Cabbell Manners, 60, confesses that the long-term future of Cromer Hall estate could depend on what is happening on just 15 acres. … [Read more...] about Cromer estate making its business a roaring success
EACH are currently fundraising for the nook appeal, which the charity describes as its vision to “transform children’s palliative care in Norfolk and north Suffolk” and includes “a new purpose-built hospice in the heart of Norfolk”. … [Read more...] about Plans for new EACH charity shop in ‘unkempt’ former Cromer Barclays bank branch
The nannies and kids are now having a break away from their habitat management work, at Wiveton Hall. The goats have also become a tourist attraction, and the 12 baby Bagots are expected to prove a hit with the public when they head to Cromer later this year. … [Read more...] about A dozen Bagot goat kids expected tipped to be a hit among summer visitors to Cromer