Cromer's Information Centre is closed for refurbishment. The lovely staff team are now working from Merchants Place at 16 Church Street, not far away at the top of The Gangway. Here's a handy map.
The most interesting route is to head for the church then turn right and enjoy the variety of High street shops on the way.
Our twilight walk was blessed by a lovely golden evening and Denise led the group, expertly pointing out places of interest en-route. Arrived back in darkness - then refreshed by yummy Mars Bars, Milky Way, Galaxy & Star Bars, the group began star gazing with Mike Bossingham's fabulous telescope. Saturn was spotted (Photo NASA) A lovely time had by all.
Our Dark Skies Walk on 11 Sept will be slightly shortened to allow for information stops and encroaching darkness. It should last about 60-70mins. Start soon after 19.00 from Runton Rd car park. Cost £2, there will be refreshments - but if you want a hot drink bring your own thermos.
Numbers will be limited to 20, first come-first served, you can also book at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Final planning meeting today for our Dark Skies walk and Stargazing event on Wednesday 11 September. Denise has worked out an excellent route, with many gathering and information points - walk approx 90 minutes. Starting from Runton Road Car park shortly after 7pm, then back for Stargazing through the high powered telescopes with Mike Bossingham. There will be refreshments, but if you want a hot drink best bring your own thermos ...and don't forget a torch too!
This is a great opportunity for an evening walk amongst friends!
Our Felbrigg/ British Heart Foundation fundraising walk is still ongoing. Due to popular demand we're reprinting the map/guides and they're available from Cromer Information Centre until the end of August.
Pick up a guide, pop a donation in the box, get away from the crowds!
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