Event Description

Navigate Norfolk: Cromer Trip

Date

Saturday 02 March 2019

Time

11am - 4pm

Location

Meet at Megabus Stop on University Drive
Navigate Norfolk: Cromer Trip

Cromer, the quintessential North Norfolk seaside town, sits on a clifftop overlooking long sandy beaches, interrupted only by its famous Victorian pier.

The ‘Gem of the Norfolk Coast’ is a charming maze of narrow lanes, independent shops and winding paths down to the seafront. Traditionally a fishing town, Cromer has become a popular tourist destination thanks to its beautiful location. The picturesque sandy seafront is dominated by a 500ft pier, at the end of which is a pavilion theatre and a life boat station open to the public.

The ticket price is £5, which includes coach travel.

Meet at the Mega Bus stop on campus at 11am on 2nd March. We will travel together by coach and the journey should take around 45 minutes. We’ll be back on campus no later than 4pm.

Please check the weather forecast and wear suitable clothing. You’ll be able to buy lunch there, but feel free to bring your own along for a picnic on the beach.

 

Accessibility

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This event has no special accessibility requirements.

Any attendees with individual concerns about their accessibility are advised to contact Union Opportunities (Union.Opportunities@uea.ac.uk) for additional support. 

 

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