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.
Val’s Report: A beautiful day for monitoring the Salthouse Circular walk for Norfolk Trails. All newly signposted and looking great! Detoured to Cley Visitors Centre for lunch, then back to complete the walk via the east bank of the reserve and shingle beach. Coasthopper always a welcome sight for the homeward journey.
Filled two bags with beach litter - hard plastics; plastic bags; ropes; a sock; plastic straws; bottle tops; drink cans; a balloon and a pair of swimming shorts!
This is walk 9 of our "Nifty Fifty" favourite walks http://walkcromer.co.uk/
A fine walk on the beach to Runton yesterday, sunny & almost warm. Recent storms had washed up some unusual fishy remains.
Over winter the beach profile has changed to reveal the ironstone bed at base of the cliffs and the WW2 pill box has now almost totally emerged from the sand.
The chalk bed is always interesting at low tide, some weird flint formations, tractors waiting for the crab boats to return.
Then back to Cromer through the village and along Mill Lane, a lovely 4 mile circuit
At our AGM last Friday we were pleased to welcome Judith Howard-Rees from Eye in Suffolk. Eye has recently been accredited as a Walkers are Welcome town and is at present the only one in Suffolk. Follow the link below to read about their forthcoming Walking Festival!
Walking out doors is the perfect way to improve fitness – mentally and physically. Where better than to do this than at a ‘Walkers are Welcome’ Town. As part of the national accredited scheme, walkers are being welcomed to Eye Town and we are celebrating achieving this accreditation between 23...
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