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

Postcode: NR27

Dialling Code: 01263

Population: 7,749 (2011)

Ordnance Survey Reference: TG219422

Cromer Norfolk: Sitting on the north coast of Norfolk in East of England, the coastal resort and civil parish of Cromer has for many decades been a popular holiday spot. Also famous for being a fishing town, Cromer is known for its lobsters and crabs, that have been a vital income for the fishermen through the ages.

The town these days has a populace of just under 8,000 occupants and its slogan is "Gem of the Norfolk Coast".

The Gangway, Cromer - geograph.org.uk - 301863Cromer History: It is unusual that the name "Cromer" wasn't recognized in the 1086 Domesday Book, though there certainly would have been Anglo Saxon encampments around the area, it is very likely that the village listed as Shipden-Juxta-Felbrigg was what came to be Cromer, as it was positioned where the parish church now stands. A further settlement identified in the Domesday Book (1086) as Shipden-Juxta-Mere, has long since been totally covered by the sea, around 400 metres from Cromer's pier.

Cromer itself once upon a time sat inland, but the former town of Shipden that was previously the coastal town, was little by little destroyed by the sea during the Middle Ages and finally Cromer took its place.

The town has sustained economically across the ages for the most part by the activity of its fishing fleet, an industry that did well until the 1960's at which time stocks of fish diminished. Apart from lobster and the celebrated Cromer Crab, the town's fishermen were engaged in drifting for herring and long-lining for cod.

The oftentimes life-threatening sea conditions off Norfolk's seacoast, lead to the Cromer Lifeboat Station being established in the early nineteenth century, the lifeboats were by and large manned by Cromer's fishermen. During the 1920's, a lifeboat station was constructed at the end of Cromer Pier, allowing lifeboats powered by motor to take over from previously man-powered craft.

Tourism developed in Cromer in the early 19th century, and the town was famed for the pure air and healthy bathing conditions. The Hotel de Paris was first built in 1820 as a seaside residence for Lord Suffield, it was turned into a hotel in eighteen thirty by one Pierre le Francois.

The railway system arrived in Cromer in 1877, carrying lots more tourists to the area and firmly establishing it as a holiday destination. An extra rail station joining it to the East Midlands opened around 10 years later.

The parish church of St Peter and Saint Paul has its origin in the fourteenth century, but was rebuilt in the Nineteenth century and now has got the tallest church tower in the county (at 160 feet).

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

You may also choose to visit: Bure Valley Railway, Wroxham Miniature Worlds, Priory Maze Gardens, Cromer Beach, Wells and Walsingham Light Railway, Broadland Cycle Hire, Beans Boats Trips, Hoveton Hall Gardens, Happisburgh Owls, Aylsham Fun Barns, North Norfolk Railway, Mundesley Beach, Sheringham Park, Walcott Beach, The How Hill Trust, Thursford Collection, Cromer Boating Lake, Bacton Wood, Felbrigg Hall, Playland, Jump for Joy, Mannington Gardens, Blakeney Reserve, Victory Swim and Fitness Centre, Canoe the Broads, Bacton Beach, RNLI Lifeboat Station Cromer Pier, Sheringham Treasure Trail, Stompers Play Centre, Walsingham Abbey Grounds and Museum, Bewilderwood.

Some Cromer roads, streets and avenues: Rosebery Road, Reeve Place, Warren Court, Salisbury Road, Stevens Road, Esplanade, Hartington Road, Barclay Close, Marrams Avenue, Shipden Avenue, St Martin's Close, Lynewood Road, White House Estate, West Street, Clare Road, Howards Hill West, Howards Hill Close, Stonehill Way, St Mary's Road, Ashdown Court, Mayfield Drive, Fearn's Close, Greenfield Close, Fletcher Way, Northrepps Road, The Warren, Station Road, Bailey Road, Hans Place, The Loke, East Grove, Francis Close, Garden Street, Macdonald Road, Cambridge Street, Beach Road, The Gangway, Cliff Drive, Cliff Lane, Mill Road, Park Road, Church Street, Canada Road, Court Drive, Tucker Street, Meadow Road, Arbor Hill, Alfred Road, St Margaret's Lane, Louden Road, Cross Street.

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