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Is this the same place? Cromer’s landmarks in sun and snow

PUBLISHED: 11:52 27 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:48 02 March 2018

The Beast from the East arrives in Cromer. Photograph: Archant

The Beast from the East arrives in Cromer. Photograph: Archant

You couldn’t blame holiday makers for picturing Cromer as stuck in an everlasting summer.

However, thanks to Norfolk being hit by the Beast from the East, the reality of Cromer this week has been a rather different picture.

So we’ve collated some of our reader pictures from the past few days for you to compare the picture-perfect Cromer to the snow laden town it is today.

Of course, our Enjoy Cromer More Facebook group members love the town whatever the weather, and are making the most of a rare snow day.

From making snow angels on the way to school, to wintery walks to work, we’ve added some of our favourite snaps of Cromer so far. Keep sharing your pictures of the town - the best will feature on our website!

Cromer in the snow. Picture: Peter CheneyCromer in the snow. Picture: Peter Cheney

Cromer in the snow. Picture: Peter CheneyCromer in the snow. Picture: Peter Cheney

Cromer in the snow. Picture: Peter CheneyCromer in the snow. Picture: Peter Cheney

Cromer in the snow. Picture: Peter CheneyCromer in the snow. Picture: Peter Cheney

North Lodge Park in the snow. Picture: Ian CuttsNorth Lodge Park in the snow. Picture: Ian Cutts

Cromer Pier in the snow. Picture: Alison ToonCromer Pier in the snow. Picture: Alison Toon

North Lodge Park in the snow. Picture: Ian CuttsNorth Lodge Park in the snow. Picture: Ian Cutts

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