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

Postcode: NR27

Dialling Code: 01263

Population: 7,749 (2011)

Ordnance Survey Reference: TG219422

Cromer Norfolk: Standing on the northern coastline of Norfolk in East Anglia, the coastal resort and parish of Cromer has been a favourite vacation hotspot ever since the nineteenth century. Furthermore famous for being a fishing town, Cromer is world famous for its crabs and lobsters, that have been a leading income source for the local fishermen since early times.

The town at this time has a populace of just below 8,000 occupants and its nickname is "Gem of the Norfolk Coast".

The Gangway, Cromer - geograph.org.uk - 301863The History of Cromer: It is notable that the name "Cromer" was not quoted in the Domesday Book (1086), however there certainly would have been Saxon settlements in the area, it is certainly likely that the community registered as Shipden-Juxta-Felbrigg was what eventually became Cromer, since it stood where the St Peter and Saint Paul parish church now lies. Another settlement mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086) as Shipden-Juxta-Mere, has for many years been totally under the sea, roughly 400m north-east of Cromer Pier.

Cromer once upon a time was positioned some way from the coast, but the former town of Shipden which was formerly the coastal town, was gradually eradicated by the rough seas in the Middle Ages and consequently Cromer replaced it.

Cromer has managed through the years mainly through the activities of its fishermen, an industry that prospered until the nineteen sixties as fish numbers declined. In addition to the the legendary Cromer Crab and the lobsters, the fishermen of the town were kept busy drifting for herring and long-lining for cod.

The oftentimes risky sea conditions off Norfolk's coast, lead to the establishment of the Cromer Lifeboat Station in 1804, the lifeboats were most commonly crewed by local fishermen. In the nineteen twenties, a lifeboat station was put up on Cromer Pier, enabling lifeboats powered by motor to take over from previously man-powered vessels.

The tourist industry started in Cromer early in the 19th century, and it was acknowledged for its clean air and health giving sea bathing conditions. The Hotel de Paris was first constructed in 1820 as a beachside residence for Lord Suffield, it was altered to a hotel in eighteen thirty by Pierre le Francois.

The railway system came to Cromer in the 1870s, drawing more and more people to the area and establishing it as a holiday hotspot. A second station joining it to the East Midlands opened up about 10 years after this.

The parish church of Saint Peter and St Paul originates from the 14th Cent, although was rebuilt during the 19th century and at this time boasts the highest church tower in the county (160 foot).

Renowned visitor attractions that you are able to explore in the Cromer area include: Cromer Museum, the RNLI Henry Blogg Museum, Cromer Hall and the Amazona Zoo Park.

You may also choose to visit: Barton House Railway, Mundesley Beach, Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary, Strikers Ten Pin Bowling, Highball Climbing Centre, Muckleburgh Collection, Bacton Beach, Walsingham Abbey Grounds and Museum, Blickling Hall, Mannington Gardens, Stody Estate, Cromer Lighthouse, Cromer Treasure Trail, Elephant Playbarn, Regal Movieplex, Run Wild, Felbrigg Hall, The Mo Sheringham Museum, Wroxham Barns, The How Hill Trust, Temples Seal Trips, Blakeney Guildhall, Overstrand Beach, Norfolk Motorcycle Museum, Hoveton Hall Gardens, West Runton Beach, Sheringham Treasure Trail, Beans Boats Trips, Sheringham Beach, Splash Sheringham, Pensthorpe Nature Reserve & Gardens.

Some Cromer roads, streets and avenues: Stonehill Way, Holt Road, Middlebrook Way, Cabbell Road, Heartwell Road, Arbor Hill, Lynewood Road, Hillside, Beach Road, Chapel Street, Hartington Road, Old Coach Road, Prior Bank Orchard, Bailey Road, St Martin's Close, Fletcher Way, Queens Road, Westcliff Avenue, Alfred Road, Corner Street, Barclay Close, Grove Road, Links Avenue, Clifton Park, Cromwell Close, Norwich Road, Meadow Close, Bernard Road, Mount Street, Dixon Road, Alexandra Road, Roughton Road, Cliff Road, Newhaven Close, Meadow Road, Mill Lane, Cromer Road, Summerhouse Close, Hill Close, St Margaret's Lane, York Road, Colne Road, Hans Place, Blackberry Grove, Greenfield Close, Shipden Avenue, Mill Road, St Margaret's Road, Burnt Hills, Station Road, Compit Hills.

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