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Crab & Lobster Walk -  Sunday 21st May 2017

Crab & Lobster Walk - Sunday 21st May 2017

The scenic route from Cromer to Sheringham. People came from all over the County and beyond, thirty[...]
Geology Walks

Geology Walks

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Spring Litter Pick

Spring Litter Pick

Our last litter pick of the weekend started with cold drizzly rain... and ended with a rainbow over [...]
BBC Breakfast Time

BBC Breakfast Time

Today we welcomed BBC Breakfast Time reporter Tim Muffett and his cameraman (who spent most of the t[...]
Emotional welcome as heart transplant patient Kieran reaches Cromer on round Britain walk

Emotional welcome as heart transplant patient Kieran reaches Cromer on round Britain walk

A heart transplant patient received a warm welcome when he arrived in Cromer on the latest l[...]
Women Who Walk Glyndwr’s Way

Women Who Walk Glyndwr’s Way

August 5 - August 13 Walking on Glyndŵr’s Way, a peaceful National Trail meandering through the ope[...]
Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro

Group member, Hilary Cox, also champions Walking and Cycling at local and district council levels. A[...]
ABOVE AND BEYOND – OR NORMAL FOR COASTHOPPER?

ABOVE AND BEYOND – OR NORMAL FOR COASTHOPPER?

A Walker’s Tale A Walker, one among many, took the CoastHopper (Stagecoach) bus from Salthouse to[...]
Templewood Wetlands Walk.

Templewood Wetlands Walk.

This special festival walk offered a fascinating look at a co-operative scheme developed by landowne[...]
Walking Festival 2016 - Do Different

Walking Festival 2016 - Do Different

NORTH NORFOLK WALKING FESTIVAL EVENT REPORT ‘DO DIFFERENT’ 23 October Blakeney - Langham A chance [...]
Norfolk Walking Festival 2016

Norfolk Walking Festival 2016

Do Different in North Norfolk Sunday 23 October A walk in an area of history[...]
Cromer’s Walkers are Welcome initiative making great strides

Cromer’s Walkers are Welcome initiative making great strides

from edp24.co.uk Despite being something of a “toddler” two years since taking its starting ste[...]
Business Discount scheme

Business Discount scheme

In 2015 we developed our town information boards project, aiming to encourage visitors to “Walk Crom[...]
CROMER WAW News

CROMER WAW News

OCTOBER FESTIVALS October was a busy month for us all here in Cromer. The First North Norfolk Wa[...]
Cromer Walk Reports

Cromer Walk Reports

Members of the group are actively monitoring footpaths & trails in the area. We have reported pr[...]
Walks Gallery

Walks Gallery

The Salthouse Circular Walk is one of my favourites. It is especially beautiful at this time of [...]
Photo competition: ‘A trail for all seasons’

Photo competition: ‘A trail for all seasons’

Norfolk Trails are running a new photo competition for 2015 called ‘A trail for all seasons’, to enc[...]
Walkers Wheel on display

Walkers Wheel on display

In support of the Crab and Lobster festival, the Norfolk Trails / Walkers are Welcome teams in Crome[...]
Spring is Sprung

Spring is Sprung

Spring is Sprung and Cromer Walkers are Welcome Group are gearing up for a busy and successful seaso[...]
Deep History Coast

Deep History Coast

East Anglia’s Deep History Coast could be a new dawn for tourism The pace of coastal erosion around[...]
From Cromer to Cley-next-Sea (Guardian Article)

From Cromer to Cley-next-Sea (Guardian Article)

The Guardian walks from Cromer: theguardian.com/travel/2015/jan/28/great-country-walks-cromer-norfol[...]
From Cromer to Trimingham

From Cromer to Trimingham

print Cromer ‘Walkers are Welcome’ Town Church The current church replaced a smaller church [...]
From Cromer to Sheringham (Independent Article)

From Cromer to Sheringham (Independent Article)

The independent walks from Cromer to Sheringham: independent.co.uk   There are a few inac[...]

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Walkers are Welcome Cromer

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.
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerFriday, June 23rd, 2017 at 10:44am
Some of the group are planning a 75 mile challenge series of walks, aiming to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation. The challenge starts on 12 July & finishes on 11 August. Walks vary from 2 to 8 miles, covering all aspects of this gorgeous area.
Joining and sponsoring details soon!
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerSunday, June 18th, 2017 at 12:52pm
A sunday morning stroll following our Fishing Heritage Trail around town (leaflets from tourist information.)
Detoured down to see the new West Prom developments, these include a toilet & shower block, a cafe and a super children's play area with pirate ship and lovely wall murals.... a great asset for walkers approaching from Runton.
Busy beach activity and an amazingly calm sea today. Some sunburnt folk, but mostly sensible with sunshades & hats.
Walkers - take lots of water with you - it's truly Hot Hot Hot!
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerMonday, June 12th, 2017 at 9:16pm
Here are a few of the carved sculpture posts in Pretty Corner Woods, Sheringham. There are many more to be found .... why not seek them out?
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerMonday, June 12th, 2017 at 8:35pm
Bee orchids in Sheringham Park. It is always a delight to see them!
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerMonday, June 12th, 2017 at 8:29pm
Beautiful foxgloves in both Pretty Corner Woods and Sheringham Park this weekend. Now is the time to see them at their best!
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerTuesday, June 6th, 2017 at 11:27am
Leaving the coast behind for a fenland walk at the Ted Ellis Trust Wheatfen Broad, just south of Norwich. From Cromer, Sanders 44 bus to Norwich then Anglian bus 85 (Rockland St Mary) hop off at Surlingham. This almost secret place offers a delightful day out at any time of year. Water channels & pathways through the reeds, spring butterflies, cuckoos calling, dragonflies whizzing, orchids & flag iris in bloom, marsh harriers aloft. Plus a good picnic lunch!

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