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Didn’t we have a lovely time, the day we went to…CROMER!

We are passionate about Supporting High Street retailers at Eastpac. Cromer has a great selection of independent retailers, and you can combine with a visit to the Pier or a stroll along the coast. Buy handmade chocolate or local seafood including crabs and shellfish; there are clothing, gifts, homeware shops. Truly something for everyone.

As we travel Norfolk visiting Retail shops showcasing our retail packaging we often get to see the beauty, of its quaint towns and beautiful coastlines.

Cromer is one of them.

Cromer High Street

Don’t just stay on the main road, as there are many other areas in the streets and lanes that are home to many intriguing and unique shops, including local produce and handmade items.

The actual High Street, Garden Street, Jetty Street, Tucker Street & then walk the Esplanade. The Red Lion Pub is usually good at providing a witty sign board to amuse.

Coastal Walks

Cromer has some great walks in the area. The Cromer Lighthouse circular walk is a fantastic beach, cliff and heathland walk on the North Norfolk Coast with breath-taking views over this beautiful part of Norfolk. Or the Norfolk Coast Path from the pier at Cromer to Cley next the Sea walking beside the salt marshes. If you want a short walk the Cromer Happy Valley Circular Walk – it’s only 1.5 miles but there’s plenty to see.

Landmarks in Cromer

Cromer Pier
This place is a centre point and hosts a variety of shows all year round, singing and dancing with all different genres

Cromer Church
The parish church is the principal iconic building of the town and the one grade one listed building. It has been at the centre of town life in many ways since its erection at the end of the 14th century

Established 1804 and they have received 56 medals for gallantry, today the station operates both a Tamar and a D class lifeboat.
On call 24/7 these Rescuers are gallant members of the public, dedicated to saving lives.

In the area

Explore the full North Norfolk area, from Sheringham to Great Yarmouth; many unique towns & villages are picturesque. Village greens, Churches, tranquil lanes and wildlife sites. You could take a trip on the North Norfolk Railway if you like that experience of a bygone era.

Lobster and crab fest Cromer

Local Events to look out for!

Cromer Carnival

Carnival week is always held in August, in the week which includes the third Wednesday.

Quizzes, fancy dress competitions, fireworks, mini beer and cider festival, crabbing and treasure hunts to list just a few of the activities.

The Cromer Pier Show 

A feast of comedy, speciality acts, music, vocals, dance and fun. The only End of pier show of its kind in the world! This year it would have been running 41 years!

Auction and World Crabbing Competition

Sunday 26th August. A Feast of Fun, Food, Art, Music & Heritage celebrated twice annually in May and August commonly.

Art and Literary Festival-October

COAST ARTS incorporates a wide range of art forms into a local festival including painting, sculpture, dance, theatre, literature, film, poetry, music, photography, installations, workshops & many other diverse events.