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Location: Norfolk (East Anglia), East of England, England, United Kingdom.

Postcode: NR27

Dialling Code: 01263

Population: 7,749 (2011)

Ordnance Survey Reference: TG219422

Cromer in Norfolk: Discovered on the north coast of Norfolk county in East Anglia, the coastal town and civil parish of Cromer has long been a fashionable holiday destination. Equally reputable for being a fishing town, Cromer is famous for its crabs and lobsters, that have been an essential source of income for its fishermen for many centuries.

The town presently has a population of just under eight thousand inhabitants and its slogan is "Gem of the Norfolk Coast".

The Gangway, Cromer - - 301863The History of Cromer: It is peculiar that the name "Cromer" was not noted in the Domesday Book of 1086, despite the fact that it is certain that there were Anglo Saxon townships in the region, it is very likely that the village identified as Shipden-Juxta-Felbrigg was what later became Cromer, as it sat where the St Peter and Saint Paul parish church now lies. A further settlement mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086) as Shipden-Juxta-Mere, is these days entirely under the sea, around 400m to the northeast of Cromer Pier.

Cromer itself once upon a time was positioned some distance inland, but the town of Shipden which was previously the coastal town, was slowly but surely demolished by the ocean in the Middle Ages and consequently Cromer took its place.

The town has survived over the generations largely by the activities of its fishing fleet, a business that flourished up until the 1960's as fish stocks went into decline. Aside from lobster and the renowned Cromer Crab, the local fishermen were being engaged in drifting for herring and long-lining for cod.

The normally hazardous sea conditions off Norfolk's seacoast, triggered the establishment of the Cromer Lifeboat Station in the early 1800s, the lifeboats were frequently manned by Cromer's fishermen. During the nineteen twenties, a lifeboat station was erected at the end of Cromer Pier, permitting powered lifeboats to replace previously man-powered vessels.

The tourist industry commenced in Cromer early in the nineteenth century, and it was recognized for the clean air and health enhancing sea bathing conditions. The Hotel de Paris was first constructed in eighteen twenty as a coastal home for Lord Suffield, it was remodelled as a hotel in eighteen thirty by Pierre le Francois.

The railway line arrived in the town in 1877, delivering more and more tourists to the area and firmly establishing it as a vacation destination. An extra rail station joining it to the East Midlands opened about 10 years after this.

The St Peter and Saint Paul parish church was first built in the 14th Cent, although it was reconstructed during the 19th century and at present has the tallest church tower in the county of Norfolk (at 160 foot).

Renowned tourist attractions that you can check out in Cromer include: Cromer Museum, the Amazona Zoo Park, the RNLI Henry Blogg Museum and Cromer Hall.

You may also choose to visit: The RAF Air Defence Radar Museum, Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell, Wroxham Miniature Worlds, Pensthorpe Nature Reserve & Gardens, North Norfolk Railway, The How Hill Trust, Cromer Lighthouse, Strikers Ten Pin Bowling, Bacton Wood, Happisburgh Owls, Broadland Cycle Hire, Run Wild, The Muckleburgh Military Collection, Beans Boats Trips, Elephant Playbarn, RNLI Lifeboat Station Cromer Pier, Felbrigg Hall, Thursford Collection, Walsingham Abbey Grounds and Museum, East Ruston Old Vicarage, Barton House Railway, Highball Climbing Centre, The Poppy Line - North Norfolk Railway, Norfolk Motorcycle Museum, Aylsham Fun Barns, Ashmanhaugh Light Railway, Barton Broad, Stody Estate, Sea Palling Beach, Cromer Treasure Trail, Priory Maze Gardens.

Some Cromer roads, streets and avenues: Nelson Heights, Colne Road, Charles Close, New Street, Hillside, York Road, Vicarage Road, Furze Hill, The Croft, Compit Hills, Reeve Place, The Gangway, Hartington Road, Oliver Court, Arbor Hill, St Margaret's Close, Mount Street, Station Road, The Warren, Francis Close, Bond Street, Mill Road, Louden Road, Central Road, Meadow Road, Cliff Road, Jubilee Lane, Bailey Road, Fulcher Avenue, Cromer Road, Northrepps Road, Warren Court, Hall Road, Canada Road, Sandy Lane, Cliff Drive, Burnt Hills, West Cliff, Highview Park, Cabbell Road, Summerhouse Close, Old Coach Road, Ellenhill, Ridge Way, Arbor Road, Alfred Road, Cliff Lane, Brownshill, Warnes Close, Lynewood Road, Church Street.

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