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Location: Norfolk (East Anglia), East of England, UK.

Postcode: NR27

Dialling Code: 01263

Population: 7,749 (2011)

Ordnance Survey Reference: TG219422

Cromer in Norfolk: Lying on the north sea coast of Norfolk in East of England, the coastal resort and civil parish of Cromer has been a well liked holiday location since the 1800s. Likewise renowned for being a fishing town, Cromer is known for its lobsters and crabs, that have been a major income source for the fishermen for many generations.

The town presently has a population of just below eight thousand occupants and its motto is "Gem of the Norfolk Coast".

The Gangway, Cromer - - 301863The Historical Past of Cromer: The name "Cromer" was not mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book, although it is incontestable that there were Anglo Saxon townships around the area, it is likely that the settlement documented as Shipden-Juxta-Felbrigg was what later re-named Cromer, because it sat where the parish Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul now stands. Another settlement documented in the Domesday Book (1086) as Shipden-Juxta-Mere, has for many years been entirely swallowed by the sea, approximately 400m from Cromer Pier.

Cromer itself long ago sat some distance inland from the coast, but a town called Shipden that was formerly the coastal town, was slowly but surely demolished by the sea during the Middle Ages and ultimately Cromer took its place.

The town has sustained economically throughout the ages largely by the activity of its fishing fleet, a business that flourished up until the 60's when fish stocks declined. In addition to the the celebrated Cromer Crab and the lobsters, the fishermen of the town were being engaged in drifting for herring and long-lining for cod.

The typically treacherous conditions off the seacoast of Norfolk, lead to the establishment of the Cromer Lifeboat Station in the early 1800s, the lifeboats were often manned by Cromer's fishermen. In the 1920's, a lifeboat station was constructed at the end of Cromer Pier, enabling motor powered lifeboats to replace previously man-powered craft.

The holiday industry developed in Cromer early in the 19th century, and it was celebrated for its pure air and restorative bathing conditions. The Hotel de Paris was first built in eighteen twenty as a coastal home for Lord Suffield, it was remodelled as a hotel in 1830 by one Pierre le Francois.

The railway line arrived at Cromer in 1877, carrying lots more travellers to the area and firmly establishing it as a vacation destination. An alternate station to the East Midlands was opened about a decade later.

The Saint Peter and St Paul parish church was first built in the 14th century, although it was remodelled during the Nineteenth century and now has got the highest church tower in Norfolk (at 160 foot).

Renowned visitor attractions that you should pay a visit to in Cromer include: Cromer Museum, the Amazona Zoo Park, the RNLI Henry Blogg Museum and Cromer Hall.

You may also choose to visit: The How Hill Trust, Binham Priory, Mannington Gardens, East Ruston Old Vicarage, Highball Climbing Centre, Baconsthorpe Castle, The Muckleburgh Military Collection, Bure Valley Railway, Beans Boats Trips, Sheringham Park, Walsingham Abbey Grounds and Museum, The Base Activity Centre, Mundesley Beach, West Runton Beach, Sheringham Treasure Trail, Barton House Railway, North Norfolk Railway, Walcott Beach, Adventure Golf Island, Doodle Pots Ceramic Cafe, Cromer Treasure Trail, Museum of the Broads, Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary, Bewilderwood, Shell Museum, Wells and Walsingham Light Railway, Hoveton Hall Gardens, Wolterton Park, Booton Common, Stow Mill, Blakeney Guildhall.

Some Cromer roads, streets and avenues: Summerhouse Close, Sandy Lane, Salisbury Road, Clifton Park, Arbor Road, Old Coach Road, Cambridge Street, The Warren, Bond Street, Garden Street, High Street, Bernard Road, Highview Park, West Cliff, Arbor Hill, Tucker Street, Cross Street, Hill Close, Hall Road, Park Lane, Surrey Street, Prince Of Wales Road, Lynewood Road, Ellenhill, Runton Road, Cliff Lane, Metton Road, Prior Bank Orchard, Colne Road, Cromer Road, Marrams Avenue, Alfred Road, Links Avenue, St Martin's Close, Cliff Road, Canada Road, Overstrand Road, Furze Hill, Cliff Avenue, Vicarage Road, Oliver Court, Court Drive, Jetty Cliff, Cadogan Road, Stonehill Way, Lynewood Close, Clare Road, Church Street, Fletcher Way, Carrington Road, Howards Hill Close.

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