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Our Cromer Alphabet: The town has everything from A to Z

PUBLISHED: 06:00 15 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:15 19 March 2018

The architectural features of Cromer Pier shown on this silhouette at sunrise. Photograph: Peter Dent/newzulu.com.

The architectural features of Cromer Pier shown on this silhouette at sunrise. Photograph: Peter Dent/newzulu.com.

Cromer is a small and beautifully formed town, attracting thousands of tourists every year.

A bleak mid-winter view of Cromer beach. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLYA bleak mid-winter view of Cromer beach. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

But what visitors to the town may not know is that Cromer has everything you need on your doorstep.

So we’ve compiled a list of a Cromer alphabet to prove the town literally has everything from A to Z on offer, based on your recommendations from the Enjoy Cromer More Facebook group.

Here is your Cromer Alphabet:

A stands for: The Albion, About With Friends, antique shops.

B stands for: Beach, Breakers Cafe, Boxing Day Dip, B&Bs, Boating Lake

C stands for: Carnival, Cliftonville Hotel, Crabs, Cinema, Cliffs, Crystal Moon Cavern, Crossways, Café Main

Flamingos at Cromer's Amazona Zoo still manage to keep themselves clean desire the wet and cold weather over the weekend. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMOREFlamingos at Cromer's Amazona Zoo still manage to keep themselves clean desire the wet and cold weather over the weekend. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

D stands for: Digby’s, Dudley’s Bakery, dog friendly retailers, Davies Fish Shop

E stands for: Evington Lawns

F stands for: Fish and chips, Forest Park caravan site, Fulcher Avenue

G stands for: Garden Street Grill, the Grove.

H stands for: Henry’s Coffee Shop, Hotel de Paris, Happy Feet

I stands for: Ice cream, Icarus Hines, Iceland

J stands for: Jarrolds

Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival at Evington Lawns and on the pier - 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORECromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival at Evington Lawns and on the pier - Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

K stands for: Kebab shop, Kards n bits, King’s Head

L stands for: Lemoon Chinese, Lifeboat, Lifeboat cafe, Lighthouse, Lizzie’s Fruit and Veg

M stands for: Mary Janes, Main Street Cafe, Museum, the Melbourne, Marlene’s School of Dancing, Mary Jane’s

N stands for: North Lodge Park, Number 9 Cabbell Road, New Year’s Day fireworks

O stands for: Opening Doors charity, Overstrand,

P stands for: Pier, Pitch and putt, Pegotty’s Cafe, Promenade

Q stands for: Quiet places, QD

Mundesley Boxing Day Dip 26-12 -2016. Photo by Paul DamenMundesley Boxing Day Dip 26-12 -2016. Photo by Paul Damen

R stands for: Rock Shop Bistro, Running Club, Red Lion, Rocket Cafe, Ramblers, Rocket House Cafe, Red Arrows

S stands for: Seal & Shore Watch, Swimming in sea, Skateboard Park, Surfing, Sand, Suffield Park, Social Club, Surfing

T stands for: Train station

U stands for: Unusual People, Upstairs downstairs, Umbrella

V stands for: Vets, Virginia Court, Volunteering

W stands for: Wind, Wellington Pub, Waves, White Horse, Walkers (Are Welcome), Windbreaks on the beach, Wellington Hotel

X stands for: X-Ray dept at hospital, X44 Bus from Cromer to Norwich

Y stands for: Yachts on the boating lake, York Terrace

Z stands for: Zoo

• Do you have any others to add to the list? Let us know on the Enjoy Cromer More Facebook group or leave a comment below.

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