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Location: Norfolk, East of England, England, UK.

Postcode: NR27

Dialling Code: 01263

Population: 7,749 (2011)

Ordnance Survey Reference: TG219422

Cromer Norfolk: Standing on the north coastline of the county of Norfolk in Eastern England, the seaside town and parish of Cromer has been a favorite holiday destination ever since the 1800s. In addition known as being a fishing town, Cromer is famous for its crabs and lobsters, that have been a leading income for its local fishermen for many hundreds of years.

The town presently has a populace of roughly eight thousand residents and its slogan is "Gem of the Norfolk Coast".

The Gangway, Cromer - - 301863The History of Cromer: It is notable that the name "Cromer" wasn't recognized in the Domesday Book (1086), despite the fact that there certainly would have been Anglo Saxon settlements in the neighborhood, it is probable that the village documented as Shipden-Juxta-Felbrigg was what was later to become Cromer, given it was located where the parish church now stands. One additional village mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086) as Shipden-Juxta-Mere, is these days completely under the sea, approximately four hundred meters from the pier.

Cromer at one time stood some way from the coast, but the town of Shipden which was formerly the coastal town, was steadily eradicated by the rough seas during the Middle Ages and eventually Cromer replaced it.

The town has survived over the years mainly through the activity of its fishing fleet, an industry that prospered until the nineteen sixties as fish stocks went into decline. Besides the celebrated Cromer Crab and the lobsters, the town's fishing fleet were kept busy drifting for herring and long-lining for cod.

The frequently dangerous sea conditions off Norfolk's coastline, triggered the establishment of the Cromer Lifeboat Station in 1804, the lifeboats were almost entirely crewed by local fishermen. During the 1920's, a lifeboat station was built at the end of Cromer Pier, enabling motor powered lifeboats to take over from previously man-powered craft.

Tourism developed in Cromer in the first half of the 1800s, and the town was famous for the clean air and health enhancing bathing conditions. First built in eighteen twenty, the Hotel de Paris was a beachside home for Lord Suffield, it was later altered to a hotel in eighteen thirty by one Pierre le Francois.

The railway line was connected to the town in 1877, bringing more and more tourists to the town and establishing it as a holiday hotspot. An alternate station connecting it to the East Midlands opened around 10 years later.

The parish church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul originally dates from the 14th century, and it was reconstructed in the Nineteenth century and today has the highest church tower in Norfolk (at 160 feet).

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

You may also choose to visit: Hoveton Hall Gardens, Felbrigg Hall, Cromer Lighthouse, Sheringham Park, Thursford Wood, Blakeney Reserve, Barton Broad, Wells Next The Sea Beach, The Base Activity Centre, Splash Sheringham, Cromer Boating Lake, Karttrak Cromer, Shell Museum, Victory Swim and Fitness Centre, Davenports Magic Kingdom, Bacton Wood, Wroxham Barns, Sheringham Treasure Trail, Strikers Ten Pin Bowling, Funkys, Sheringham Beach, The Mo Sheringham Museum, Binham Priory, Elephant Playbarn, Mundesley Beach, East Ruston Old Vicarage, Overstrand Beach, North Norfolk Railway, Stompers Play Centre, Cley Marshes, Bure Valley Railway.

Some Cromer roads, streets and avenues: Surrey Street, Esplanade, The Gangway, Greenfield Close, Arbor Road, Sandy Lane, St Margaret's Road, St Mary's Road, Brownshill, Lynewood Close, Cadogan Road, West Cliff, Central Road, Queens Road, Old Coach Road, Blackberry Grove, Overstrand Road, West Street, St Margaret's Lane, Cliff Avenue, Fletcher Way, Beach Road, Hall Road, Alfred Road, Arbor Hill, Fearn's Close, Hillside, Middlebrook Way, Nelson Heights, Corner Street, Green's Lane, Fulcher Avenue, Station Road, Westcliff Avenue, Connaught Road, Vicarage Road, Mill Lane, Prior Bank Orchard, Ellenhill, Prince Of Wales Road, Summerhouse Close, Hamilton Road, Harbord Road, Howard's Hill, Cross Street, Alexandra Road, Burnt Hills, Hill Close, Stevens Road, Jetty Street, East Grove.

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