Month: October 2017


29
Oct
Posted ByCromer Blog Category Events

It was a pleasure to attend Cromer pier open day. The theme was Halloween with spooky costumes pumpkins, there was also a chance to tour the theatre behind the scenes to see how everything works. Entertainment was available throughout the day, including dancing by the True Motion Dance troupe from …

29
Oct
Posted ByCromer Blog Category Events

Cromer Twinning Association will be holding a special race night on Saturday the 18th of November at 7.30pm. It will be held at the Cromer Community Centre, Garden Street. Tickets are £5.00 for entrance, including buffet provided by The Old Rock Shop Bistro. Please bring your own drinks and glasses, …

27
Oct
Posted ByCromer Blog Category Events

From Wednesday 29th November to Saturday 2nd December 2017, Cromer Church will be hosting the Christmas Tree and Nativity Festival. Dates and times are as follows: * Wednesday 29th November – 11.00am to 4.00pm * Thursday 30th November – 11.00am to 4.00pm * Friday 1st December – 10.00am to 5.00pm …

27
Oct
Posted ByCromer Blog Category News

The equinox moon was captured over Cromer yesterday. It is the time when the nights and the day are of almost exactly equal length. It’s the beginning of autumn, and a moment on our way towards the winter solstice, the longest night, that marks the beginning of that season. An …

26
Oct
Posted ByCromer Blog Category News

Delighted to announce 4800 Cromer Carnival images are now ready to view, download free and share directly from my website. Use the arrow below each picture to download, or share your favorites, directly to facebook and other platforms by clicking the box with arrow, it will bring up options. It’s …

26
Oct
Posted ByCromer Blog Category Pictures

It a pleasure to share my top ten Cromer sunset and sunrise pictures, that have been most commented on throughout October. North Norfolk provides a spectacular backdrop for the many pictures I have taken over the years. I never tire from capturing images along Cromer’s beautiful coast, no matter how …

25
Oct
Posted ByCromer Blog Category News

It is a rusting metal remain hidden beneath sand and sea – but every now and then it appears as a reminder of a legendary lifeboat rescue from nearly 100 years ago. A few years ago while walking just beyond Cromer pier I noticed large pieces of metal glistening red …