Cromer Walkers are Welcome aims to improve the walking experience for our visitors. This is the ideal place to leave the car behind & set off on foot. We have excellent public transport links, a great range of places to stay, eat & drink, a historic pier with fabulous views, and wonderful fresh Cromer crabs too. We are part of the nationwide network of more than 100 Walkers are Welcome towns and villages.
There is only one week left to book the Walkers are Welcome self guided walking holiday. If you are a delegate planning on visiting us for the Conference weekend in October, and would like an opportunity to explore the North Norfolk coast then this holiday is for you! Margins Walking and Glamping Holidays will take care of everything so you can really relax and enjoy everything North Norfolk has to offer!!
More information can be found at http://walkcromer.co.uk/
Today we walked through the rain & splashed through the puddles to meet, and finalise the events for our October Walkers Are Welcome Conference. We've got a super selection of walks & talks planned and the list will be sent to delegates shortly.
We are delighted to say that over 60 people have already signed up to come along... so we're well on the way to our target 100.
See full booking details on walkcromer.co.uk
GLASS-PICKING. A beautiful golden evening walk through the fields which border much of the town. It's still tinder dry, and of course sun shining through glass can cause wild fires. Spotted and picked up a good bagfull of bottles and bits. Hopefully this lovely path will be a bit safer for now!
Meetings! Meetings! Planning for our WAW October Conference events programme goes on. Val & I had a breakfast meeting at North Lodge Park Cafe working on a new TOP TEN CROMER WALKS leaflet with QR codes. Lovely tea & cake, a bit of pruning on the way back. High tide & swimmers in azure seas, a crabbing competition on the pier, then past the boating lake & uphill back home to the computers.
A most enjoyable start to the working day!!
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