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A reader's poem about Cromer

PUBLISHED: 09:30 03 March 2019 | UPDATED: 08:48 04 March 2019

People enjoying the sun on Cromer beach. Picture: Archant

People enjoying the sun on Cromer beach. Picture: Archant

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We strolled along the seafront

Razz the Clown is one of countless thousands who have fallen for the charms of Cromer. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORERazz the Clown is one of countless thousands who have fallen for the charms of Cromer. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Tucked into fish and chips,

And then licked on an ice cream

(My poor unhappy hips!!)

We wandered round the gift shops

Played games in the arcade,

And then I had a coffee

(Beatrice slurped lemonade!)

The smiley sun beamed brightly

The sea was milky blue,

We saw a tubby seagull

Plop on a head or two!

Along the pier we giggled

A brilliant day we had,

To live in North Norfolk we

Are lucky and so glad!

-Submitted by readers MRS PENELOPE BLACK AND DAUGHTER BEATRICE

Mill Road

Cromer

-Do you have an experience or an opinion about north Norfolk you’d like to share - in poetry or prose? Email nnn.letters@archant.co.uk

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