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A hi-tech oyez

Cromer’s Town Crier swapped parchment for an iPad to herald the arrival of new service for the town. Jason Bell was outside Cromer Museum was launching MyHigh.St/Cromer, East Anglia’s first e-commerce town site. He became an “i-Crier” as he read a specially-commissioned proclamation announcing the new online market.

“I bid you welcome to beautiful Skatepark boost

Cromer Inner Wheel’s Gerry Staines is pictured handing over a cheque for £200 to Ed Land, from the Cromer Skatepark which is to be situated at The Meadow in Cromer.

He said the cost of building and equipping the park will be around £150,000. Already they had received a legacy of £18,000 and hoped that they would receive Lottery funding. If you would like further information about The Inner Wheel of Cromer, Sheringham and District which meets on the first Thursday evening of each month at the Virginia Court Hotel, please ring 01263 511759

Cromer High Street, a ‘gem’ of a place to visit, to browse and to meet. Today is the day that this great High Street goes online becoming the first in Norfolk, I believe you will find.” He added: “Today is about more than me just being vocal – it is about helping our local shops stay, local. Binging new customers on foot and on line, with MyHigh everything will be fine. So we all should celebrate today, cause now our high street is just a click away.” MyHigh.St/Cromer has launched with 15 shops and more than 1,100 products. It joins a fast-growing network of digital High Streets including Stroud, Wells and Bristol Old City.




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