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READER LETTER: ‘Time to pedestrianise Cromer’s Church Street?’

PUBLISHED: 12:39 19 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:43 19 June 2018

Church Street, Cromer. ONe reader thinks it is time to pedestrianise the bust throughfare. Picture: ARCHANT

Church Street, Cromer. ONe reader thinks it is time to pedestrianise the bust throughfare. Picture: ARCHANT

Archant

Could the town and district councils please lend a thought to pedestrianising Church Street in Cromer? Every time I visit this wonderful town I am struck by the amount of traffic I see constantly streaming along this very central artery. But there is nowhere for all this traffic to stop, so is it adding no value to commerce.

How about changing the one-way system, so that Louden Road and Mount Street are opened up to two-way traffic, thus removing all those slow-moving cars from Church Street? Buses and taxis, could, of course, still be allowed there.

I feel it would make this part of Cromer much more friendly to shoppers and the many visitors, who, like myself, come here every year.

MICHAEL DAVIES

Swift Gardens

Lincoln

This letter was originally submitted to the North Norfolk News. What do you think? If you would like to share your own opinion on this issue or about something else, please write a letter to nnn.letters@archant.co.uk, including your name and address. House names/numbers and postcodes are not published.

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