Salthouse Circular walk
Charity Walkers, Sheringham to Cromer
Diane & Nicola are walking 96 miles in aid of the Nook Children’s Hospice… dressed as a crab & Lobster!
Cromer Walkers are Welcome group & local Cub Scouts guide them on the last leg along the cliffs from Cromer to Sheringham. The Crab & Lobster festival mascots greet them in Cromer, plus a £200 donation to add to their total.
To see more about The Nook Charity: each.org.uk
Cromer to West Runton
A delightful summer walk, especially in bare feet, but beware the tiny poisonous Weever Fish can sometimes lurk beneath the sand. Local warnings are usually posted if they have been spotted. Exceptionally low tides sometimes reveal the unusual chalk seabed, part of the largest chalk reef found around Britain. A good place for rockpools, sea anenomies, seaweeds & sea lettuce. Fossils can sometimes be found along the way.
Info about Weever Fish: glaucus.org.uk/weever2.htm
Info about the Chalk reef: norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk