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The REAL reason everyone's excited for summer... We miss the goats!

Goats are released on Melbourne slope in Cromer to help with keeping the slope vegetation clear. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Goats are released on Melbourne slope in Cromer to help with keeping the slope vegetation clear. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Archant Norfolk 2016

We don't know about you, but the team at Enjoy Cromer More miss the Cromer goats.

Goats released on Melbourne slope in Cromer in 2016 to help with keeping the slope vegetation clear. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMOREGoats released on Melbourne slope in Cromer in 2016 to help with keeping the slope vegetation clear. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

If you’ve never visited the town before, you’re in for a treat.

A team of Bagot goats was employed last year to help keep the cliffs looking out of Cromer’s beach clean.

But since they retired for a warm winter in September, a hole has been left in the hears of the Cromer regulars.

We asked the Enjoy Cromer More community whether they missed their four-legged friends.

Goats are released on Melbourne slope in Cromer to help with keeping the slope vegetation clear. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMOREGoats are released on Melbourne slope in Cromer to help with keeping the slope vegetation clear. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Su Scales said: “Hope they are back. Our first stop off when we arrive.”

Dawn Riddo said: “There was a post on here a couple of weeks ago stating that they would be back when the vegetation had grown more!”

Mark Frosdick added: “They will be back soon, they are still at their winter residence up on Salthouse Heath.”

Debra Balding added: “All those wasted posts and fencing would make a great fenced off dog run.”

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