Walk Cromer Archive

Val Smith in her 75th year planned a series of walks in North Norfolk totalling 75 miles. Aiming to raise funds for The British Heart Foundation, supported by Hilary Cox and Cromer Walkers are Welcome, walkcromer.co.uk. Mostly snapped on phone cam – lovely views – lovely walks! 

Martin Warren & Poppyland microbrewery guide us through the brewing process to produce a beer in celebration of Cromer Walkers are Welcome. Delicious!

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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture

Walk round Cromer to view life size reproductions of artworks dotted around the town, as described [...]
Top Ten

Top Ten

Download our popular Top Ten walks leaflet [...]
Guided Walks of Overstrand 2021

Guided Walks of Overstrand 2021

An Accessible Guided Walk exploring the history of Overstrand led by Tim Bennett Explore the ‘Vi[...]
THE IMPORTANCE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY – COVID 19

THE IMPORTANCE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY – COVID 19

Dear Cllr Proctor and Cllr Stone, THE IMPORTANCE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY – COVID 19 Walk Cro[...]
England’s Great Walking Trails

England’s Great Walking Trails

Presentation given by Deborah Brookes at the 2019 AGM regarding encouraging international walke[...]
Walk Cromer Bag

Walk Cromer Bag

A brilliant Christmas stocking substitute, holds loads of lovely gifts, can be used through-out[...]
Walkers are Welcome National Conference 12-14 October 2018

Walkers are Welcome National Conference 12-14 October 2018

Annual National Walkers are Welcome Get Together and AGM a real success for Cromer A group of peo[...]
Hilary's Hike 4 Heart

Hilary's Hike 4 Heart

Join Hilary for any section of this walking & cycling challenge around the county on the wonderf[...]
Guided Walks of Overstrand

Guided Walks of Overstrand

OVERSTRAND IN THE GREAT WAR A Guided Walk of Overstrand Tim Bennett - Guide Tim is hosting a seri[...]
Norfolk Walking and cycling festival 2018

Norfolk Walking and cycling festival 2018

You're invited to Norfolk's 4th annual Walking and Cycling Festival.  There will be events for [...]
2018 national annual get together in Cromer

2018 national annual get together in Cromer

The annual Walkers are Welcome get together will be held in Cromer in 2018. The Cromer group, par[...]
Beachwatch beach clean events

Beachwatch beach clean events

Volunteer at a Beachwatch Beach Clean Come on down to the beach! Thousands of Beachwatch volunteer[...]
2017 Templewood Wetland Walk

2017 Templewood Wetland Walk

The Templewood Walk 2017  gave a fascinating insight to this very secret corner of North Norfol[...]
75 Mile Challenge Walks

75 Mile Challenge Walks

Would you like to help raise funds for the British Heart Foundation? A new BHF fundraising [...]
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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 CromerSunday, October 17th, 2021 at 10:44am
Still a few places available on our upcoming walk to West Runton.
Roman Camp & Templewood walks are FULLY BOOKED
https://cromer-artspace.uk/events/event/walk-to-west-runton
https://cromer-artspace.uk/events/event/guided-walk-roman-camp
Sign-in 15 mins before walk starts. Weather dependant, leaders will decide at start point if cancellation is neccessary.
You join entirely at your own risk, so wear suitable clothing and bring a thermos. Children must be accompanied by an adult, dogs on leads at all times.
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerTuesday, October 12th, 2021 at 9:03pm
Please remember to keep dogs on footpaths under control. A sad story of a lady knocked over recently on the Norfolk Coast Path.
https://www.northnorfolknews.co.uk/news/brenda-barnes-knocked-over-norfolk-coast-path-8401234
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerSaturday, October 9th, 2021 at 11:59am
GUIDED WALK - WEST RUNTON OCT 28, 10:30 - 1:30
Depart: Cromer Community Centre 10.30am

Walk to West Runton along the beach, returning along the cliff path, learning about the local area, fishing industry and history along the way. 5 miles on beach and cliff paths. Possibly difficult underfoot due to weather conditions. Not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs. Well behaved dogs on leads.

FREE Numbers limited - Book early https://cromer-artspace.uk/events/event/walk-to-west-runton
+ Donations to British Heart Foundation

(Templewood Walk Fully Booked)
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerSaturday, October 9th, 2021 at 11:51am
GUIDED WALK - ROMAN CAMP 26 Oct 10:00am - 1:00pm
Depart: Runton Road car park 10am.

The walk is estimated to finish about 1pm covering about 5 miles or 8 kilometres, with comments about landmarks encountered along the route which goes through woodland where there may be trip hazards eg. roots, so It is not suitable for either pushchairs or wheelchairs. Children must be accompanied by an adult and well behaved dogs on a lead would be welcome. It is recommended to wear stout shoes or walking boots.
At the start of walk toilets are available at Runton Road Car Park.
FREE (numbers limited to 12 - book early) https://cromer-artspace.uk/events/event/guided-walk-roman-camp
+ Donations to British Heart Foundation
(Templewood Walk now fully booked)
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerTuesday, October 5th, 2021 at 5:13pm
We have 3 guided walks planned for this month, linked to Cromer Artspace Autumn Festival - which is packed with events, workshops, talks and presentations - Booking is now open for all events.
https://cromer-artspace.uk/festival21/festival-diary-2021
26 October Walk to Roman Camp
28 October Walk to West Runton
30 October Templewood and the Mighty Mun (fully booked)
Walkers are Welcome Cromer
Walkers are Welcome CromerWednesday, September 8th, 2021 at 2:14pm
Bin near Sandy Lane today. Dog licencing in UK was abolished in 1987. The dog tax in Germany is paid to the local municipality, the purpose of the dog tax is not only to support cities, but also to curb dog ownership. Therefore, the cost of a second or third dog will be higher than the first. In Berlin the licence costs 120e per annum and 180e for each extra dog.