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An early check in

What kind of a name for a town is Little Snoring? Comes the question as we drive through some of the most wonderful countryside the country has to offer. The traffic has been kind, apart from the odd tractor, we have hardly seen anyone. Driving up the sweeping drive, the frontage of The Grove reveals [...]

May 3rd, 2017|Cromer, Grove News, Restaurant|

A Walk

  One of the best times to nip up to the top of Sugar Loaf Hill in Warren Woods, which gives a great view of Cromer town, the pier, the sea and it the distance Beeston Bump, is first thing in the morning. However, there is always a huge conflict of interests as this is [...]

April 3rd, 2017|Cromer|

Glamping review

Okay, I know I’m biased, but as seasoned camper with two kids and a wife, who quite understandably, doesn’t particularly enjoy the quirks of a portaloo or a mouldy old prefab with a dripping tepid shower, I can truly say that I regard myself as in the perfect position to write a small review of [...]

March 9th, 2017|Cromer, Grove News|

Norfolk Friends

Norfolk’s reputation as being inbred is well known. Anyone growing up in Norfolk has had to suffer jokes about marrying siblings and webbed feet from the moment they cross the border. And, while I am sure that many years ago, many remote and rural places gained this reputation deservedly, I am happy to report that [...]

February 7th, 2017|Cromer, Grove News, Norfolk News, Restaurant|

Tidal Surge, again!

Tidal Surge, again. The Norfolk coast, for that matter much of the Southern East coast of England, breathed a sigh of relief this weekend as Poseidon only decided to show a hint of his enormous power through the second tidal surge in three years. Thankfully, the devastation of 2013 wasn’t repeated to such a large [...]

January 18th, 2017|Cromer, Norfolk News|
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