Fancy Dress Dance
Fancy Dress Dance
Tickets £10.00 each.

Must be 18 years of age or over - ID will be requested.

Fancy dress only.

Tickets available from The Cottage, Louden Road, Cromer, from 9:00 on Saturday 30th July 2016!

Grand Fireworks Display
Grand Fireworks Display
Thursday 18th August 2016
at 21:15 (approximately).

The finale will be (TBC).

Our Grand Fireworks Display and of course all the fun of the fair up at the Carnival Field.

No entrance charge for fireworks, but please make sure you find one of the donation buckets in the course of the evening!

Make sure you arrive in good time - there's always a last minute rush on car parking, which is very tricky on the evening.

Find us on Facebook and Twitter
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You can also follow us on Twitter at @CromerCarnival.

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New Year's Day Fireworks 2017
New Year's Day Fireworks 2017
Cromer Carnival is run by the Cromer Voluntary Entertainments Organisation and CVEO willl be working with Cromer Town Council to provide yet another great fireworks display on the 1st January 2017. So put 5.00pm on New Years Day into your diary. If you're a local person who can help with a bucket collection on that day, please contact the Town Council on 01263 512254 with your offer of help.
The Red Arrows
The Red Arrows
Wednesday 17th August 2016

The display starts at 11:00.

Please don't forget to give a donation towards this great event, where you see one of our Carnival collection buckets!

The Wildcats - Aerobatic Display Team
The Wildcats - Aerobatic Display Team
Tuesday 16th August 2016
at 12:30

This amazing air entertainment is provided by Wildcat Aerobatics who are East Anglia's premier formation, aerobatic display team.

www.wildcataerobatics.com

Events


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Tug of War Competition

31 Jul, 2016, 2:00pm


Join us for the Tug of War Competition.
  • 8 people per team
  • Enter on the day
  • Suitable footwear and gloves may help!

Spot What's Odd - Window Competition

1 Aug, 2016 - 15 Aug, 2016


Entry forms available from Sticky Earth Cafe, Church Street, Gifts of Bond Street, Bond Street and The Old Rock Shop Bistro, Hamilton Road.

Completed entry forms should be returned to any of these places by close of business on Monday 15th August 2016.

Prize winners will be announced and prizes presented on Carnival morning, Wednesday 17th August 2016 at the Henry Blogg Gardens, outside Cromer Museum on Church Street, at 10:40.

Carnival Quiz

1 Aug, 2016 - 30 Sep, 2016


The Cromer Carnival Quiz will be on sale this year with cash prizes available to win.
  • 1st prize - £30.00
  • 2nd prize - £15.00
  • 3rd prize - £5.00

Available for sale from 1st August 2016.

Carnival Quiz sheets are available for sale at:

  • Cromer Social Club, The Croft
  • Cromer Tourist Information Centre, Louden Road
  • Indoor Shopping Centre, Garden Street
  • Julio's Cafe, Cadogan Road
  • Kutting Edge Hairdressers, Brook Street
  • Morrisons Garage, Prince of Wales Road
  • Overstrand Road Pharmacy
  • Shelley's Pie and Mash Shop, Garden Street
  • The Cottage Freehouse, Louden Road
  • The White Horse (Cromer), West Street

Children's Week One

1 Aug, 2016 - 5 Aug, 2016, 11:00am


Join in the fun at Children's Week One with Ben.

For age groups:

  • 5 years and under
  • 6 years to 9 years
  • 10 years to 13 years

Please Note:

  • ALL children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • No responsibility can be accepted for children left unattended at any of these events.
  • Cancellation of events due to bad weather cannot be helped.
  • If possible, cancelled events will be fitted in at an alternative time.


COME and MEET CC THE BEAR!
Come to any of the children's activities to win a chance to spend the evening with him. Please return next day by 2.30pm and share your photograph's of what you got up to, on the Cromer Carnival (Official) Facebook page.


  • Monday 1st August

11:00
Chalk on the Prom - Pier Forecourt
Your chance to be a graffiti artist without getting into trouble!

14:30
Royal Mint Scavenger Hunt - Pier Forecourt
See what you can find, it's not easy!

  • Tuesday 2nd August

11:00
Design and Make Your Own Mini Beach Hut - Pier Forecourt

14:30
Tug of War and Beach Sports - East Beach
It's wet, it's fun, it can get quite racy!

  • Wednesday 3rd August

11:00
Paper Boat, Raft and Plane Racing - North Lodge Park
Design them, make them, race them!

14:30
Hunt the Kiddywitches - West Beach
Rock pool hunt for little crabs, bring a bucket, unlimited sea water available.

  • Thursday 4th August

11:00
The Queen's Wheels - Pier Forecourt

14:30
Messiest Meal - East Beach
Baked beans, jelly, custard and more. Things are about to get messy!

  • Friday 5th August

11:00
Paint a Stone - Pier Forecourt
Paints provided. Find your canvas, grab the paint and see where you end up.

14:00 to 16:00
Street Dance Competition - Pier Forecourt

For age groups 7 to 9, 10 to 12 and 13+
Full details and application forms available from the Entry Forms page of our website, Marlene's School of Dance, Exchange House, Louden Road, Cromer or The Cottage Freehouse, Louden Road, Cromer.

16:00
Family Disco - Pier Forecourt
Silly games and daft dancing, to round off Children's Week One.

Cromer Soapbox Derby

7 Aug, 2016, 12:00pm


We are so excited to announce, the second Cromer Soapbox Derby!
  • Scrutineering from 12.00pm
  • Racing from 1.00pm
  • Course A149 (Runton Road) - Beach Road to Morrison's Petrol Station
  • Steeper start ramp
  • Higher jumps
  • Tighter chicane

Classes:

Junior:

  • 10 to 12 years
  • 13 to 15 years
  • 16 to 17 years

Adult:

  • 18 years plus, individual driver

Fancy Dress:

  • Youth Group - Fancy dress cart and driver
  • Pubs and Hotels - Fancy dress cart and driver
  • Businesses - Fancy dress cart and driver

Prizes:

  • Concourse de Elegance for each class
  • Fastest driver for each class

*** Full details, including Race Rules and Application Form, can be downloaded from the Entry Forms page of our website or collected from The Cottage Freehouse, Louden Road, Cromer. ***

COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS MUST BE RETURNED BY FRIDAY 29th JULY 2016.

NO CRASH HELMET, NO RACE! All carts must pass scrutineering, before being a race number.

Children's Week Two

8 Aug, 2016 - 12 Aug, 2016, 11:00am


Join in the fun at Children's Week Two with Libby, Tony and the "Orange Crew".

For age groups:

  • 5 years and under
  • 6 years to 9 years
  • 10 years to 13 years

Please Note:

  • ALL children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • No responsibility can be accepted for children left unattended at any of these events.
  • Cancellation of events due to bad weather cannot be helped.
  • If possible, cancelled events will be fitted in at an alternative time.


COME and MEET CC THE BEAR!
Come to any of the children's activities to win a chance to spend the evening with him. Please return next day by 14:30 and share your photograph's of what you got up to, on the Cromer Carnival (Official) Facebook page.


  • Monday 8th August

11:00
Chalk on the Prom - Pier Forecourt
Your chance to be a graffiti artist without getting into trouble!

14:30
Sea Gardens on the Prom - Pier Forecourt
Make a sea garden, with a difference.

  • Tuesday 9th August

11:00
A Right Royal Trail - Pier Forecourt
Follow the clues, find the pictures, work it out!

14:30
Paint a Crab Shell - Pier Forecourt
Paint your own Cromer Crab, shells and paints provided.

  • Wednesday 10th August

11:00
Crab Catching - The Pier
Hand lines and nets. See how many you can catch. Some bait is provided.

14:30
Record Breakers - Pier Forecourt
Sugar cube stacking, doughnut eating and many more. Take the challenge!

  • Thursday 11th August

11:00
Balloon Fun - Pier Forecourt
A challenge to the imagination.

14:30
Make Christmas Decorations - Pier Forecourt
No we haven't gone mad, Christmas comes early this year! Paint, tinsel, glitter and glue, let's make our Carnival tree the best!

  • Friday 12th August

11:00
Make a Crown - Pier Forecourt
Materials provided.

13:00
Picnic on the Pier - The Pier
Bring your own picnic, decorate a cake, colour a plate, wave a flag, blow some bubbles and have lots of fun!

14:00
Punch and Judy - The Pier

14:30
Family Disco with Captain Fantastic - Pier Forecourt
Fun & games, dancing, magic & silly antics

16:30
North Norfolk Duck Race 2016 - The Pier
Back by popular demand, the one and only, the spectacular ducks! Ducks will be available for sale, throughout the day's events.

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Fashion Show

12 Aug, 2016, 7:30pm

  • Tickets £5.00
  • Children Free
  • Complimentary glass of wine

Tickets will be available from various businesses around the town and also in the M&Co shop.

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Darts Competition - Doubles and Singles Finals

12 Aug, 2016, 7:30pm

  • Come and enter our Carnival Darts competition at Cromer Social Club, The Croft!

For further information, please visit the Any Questions page of the website.

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Please Note .....

13 Aug, 2016 - 19 Aug, 2016


- PLEASE NOTE:

Spectators watching or anybody taking part in any event during Carnival week, do so at their own risk.

- ALCOHOL ON SITE:

Cromer Carnival is a member of the Pub Watch Scheme and therefore, any person banned under the Pub Watch Scheme will not be served at the Carnival Marquee bar.

During Carnival week, members of the public are asked not to bring alcohol onto the Carnival Field or into the Carnival Marquee.

The Security Guards have permission to question any person entering the Carnival Field or the Carnival Marquee and have instructions to confiscate any alcohol found, unless the alcohol has been purchased from the Carnival Bar.

- SMOKING:

There is strictly NO SMOKING in any of the Carnival marquee's or toilets. This includes regular cigarettes, E-cigarettes and vaping machines (of any kind).

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Carnival Saturday - On the Field

13 Aug, 2016, 7:00am


- CARNIVAL FIELD

07:00
Carnival Car Boot Sale

  • 07:00 - Open to cars
  • 09:00 - Open to public
  • All day at Runton Road
  • Secondhand goods only
  • Single pitches from £7.00
  • Double Pitches from £14.00
  • No trade stalls
  • Free admission from 9:00 (£2.00 from 7:30 to 9:00)
  • Refreshments and funfair

10:30 to 12:00
Broadland Dog Agility

  • Showing off their dog training skills.

12:30
Cromer Carnival Bake Off

  • All cakes are to be made at home and brought to the carnival field for judging.
  • All cakes will be judged on taste / texture and appearance.
  • There will be awards for the Best Taste and Best Appearance, in each category.

Groups:

  • Juniors aged 6 to 16
  • Seniors aged 16 to 21
  • Adults
  • Businesses / professional (this includes those who bake to order at home)

Categories:

  • Cup cakes (6 cakes to be made and presented)
  • Sponge cake (9" cake to be made and presented)
  • Tray bake (cake to be made and presented)
  • Specialist (i.e. gluten free, allergen free - please specify this on entry)

13:30 to 15:30
Novelty Dog Show with Holt Dog Training Club

  • No pre-registration required
  • Entrance fee £1.00
  • Rosettes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places and the Judge's decision is final
  • Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times
  • Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their dogs and must provide their own scoopers.
  • Kennel Club Good Citizen Scheme
  • Between 11:30 and 13:00, members of Holt Dog Training Club will be available to provide information on the Good Citizen Dog Scheme, which promotes responsible pet dog ownership.

Classes:
1. Puppies (6 to 12 months)
2. Prettiest Bitch
3. Most Handsome Dog
4. Waggiest Tail
5. Happy Families (2+ dogs)
6. Most Dissimilar Pair
7. Best Six Legs (dog and owner)
8. Best Rescue
9. Best Veteran (over 7 years)
10. Dog the Judge would most like to take home


- CARNIVAL MARQUEE:

09:00 to 15:00
Craft Fair

  • From earrings and hand-made cards to works of art, you are sure to find something that you like!

10:00 to 13:00
Antiques Valuation

  • It's time to rummage through your attics folks and bring along your small items for an informed valuation by a local expert from Keys.
  • Valuation fee £1.00 per item

11:00 to 18:00
Cromer Carnival Mini Beer and Cider Festival

  • Ten real ales for you to taste, including Carnival Ale and cider.
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Mini Beer and Cider Festival

13 Aug, 2016 - 19 Aug, 2016, 11:00am


Come along to the Carnival Marquee to sample our real ales and cider, including Carnival Ale!

(Available while stocks last).

Confirmed so far are:

Ale

  • TBC

Cider

  • TBC

Carnival Saturday - Around the Town

13 Aug, 2016, 12:00pm


12:00
Open Mic Event - North Lodge Park

Part picnic, part Carnival, part DIY music. All afternoon fun!

Rock the Lobster will be there, giving performers a chance to perform with 15 minute sessions, across the afternoon.

14:45
Car Treasure Hunt - Starting at Amazona Zoo

Starting at Amazona Zoo, follow clues and directions to the finish at the Carnival Field, Runton Road, Cromer.

  • Assemble in the car park of Amazon Zoo at 14:45
  • Toilets available
  • First cars away at 15:30
  • Maximum entry 45 cars
  • Route should take approximately 3 hours to complete
  • Entry fee minimum donation is £3.00 per car
  • Trophy and cash prizes to be won for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places
  • Entries will be marked in the Hospitality Tent, Carnival Field, Runton Road


- AROUND THE TOWN IN THE EVENING

  • (TBC)

The Great British Cromer Carnival Bake Off

13 Aug, 2016, 12:30pm


For the first time in 2016, we are hosting our very own Great British Cromer Carnival Bake Off!
  • All cakes are to be made at home and brought to the carnival field for judging.
  • All cakes will be judged on taste / texture and appearance.
  • There will be awards for the Best Taste and Best Appearance, in each category.

Groups:

  • Juniors aged 6 to 16
  • Seniors aged 16 to 21
  • Adults
  • Businesses / professional (this includes those who bake to order at home)

Categories:

  • Cup cakes (6 cakes to be made and presented)
  • Sponge cake (9" cake to be made and presented)
  • Tray bake (cake to be made and presented)
  • Specialist (i.e. gluten free, allergen free - please specify this on entry)

Happy baking everybody!!

Carnival Saturday - Evening Events

13 Aug, 2016, 7:00pm


19:00 to 22:00
Family Night - Carnival Marquee, Runton Road

Come and enjoy an evening of fun games, and disco for all the family, with Captain Fantastic! Fun for everyone!

  • Adults £2.50
  • Children £1.00
  • Children 14 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult

19:30
(TBC) Band Concert - Parish Hall, Church Street

  • Admission £7.50 adults
  • No concessions
  • Pay on the door
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Carnival Sunday - On the Field

14 Aug, 2016, 10:00am


- CARNIVAL ARENA:

13:30
The Squeegees

  • A local music duo playing music from the 60's 70's and 80's!

14:15
Bonny Baby Competition

Classes:
- Boys and girls up to 6 months
- 6 to 12 months
- 12 to 18 months

The winners of the above classes will go through to try to win the Tom Bolton Memorial Plate.

14:45
Knobbly Knees Contest

  • Here's a competition just for the chaps, so children grab your Dad's, Grandad's or Uncle's to find Mr Knobbly Knees 2016!

15:15
Glamorous Grandmother Competition

  • Calling all Grandmothers! Have you got what it takes to be our Glamorous Gran 2016?

15:45
Children's Carnival Fancy Dress Parade

  • This popular event is open to all children up to 13 years of age.

Classes:
1. 0-4 years
2. 5-8 years
3. 9-13 years
4. Pairs
5. Groups, all ages

The winners from each class will go forward for judging to find the over all winner of the Robin Seeley Memorial Cup.

Robin Seeley had Muscular Dystrophy and was confined to a wheelchair from age 10 to 17 years old, when sadly, he passed away. Robin remained at home with his family, went to school in Cromer and had a great group of friends, being a typical teenager, despite his wheelchair. When Robin died, a disco was held at Cromer Youth Club, which resulted in the purchase of the memorial cup, which has been presented by a member of the family for 27 years.


- CARNIVAL FIELD:

10:00 to 16:30
Custom and American Car Show

  • Come and see one of the largest gatherings of american, custom and classic cars in Norfolk!

From 10:30
Motorbike and Trike Cavalcade Show

  • Free entry
  • Different categories, with prizes in each
  • All bikes and trikes welcome
  • Cavalcade ride-in departing from Roadkill Customs, Norwich Road at 10:30
  • Full details can be found at www.roadkillcustoms.co.uk or telephone 01263 513307


- CARNIVAL MARQUEE

11:00 to 16:30
Cromer Carnival Mini Beer and Cider Festival

  • Ten real ales for you to taste, including Carnival Ale and cider.

13:30 and 15:30
Dale

  • A talented local artist, who sings great Michael Bublé songs and more. Just sit back, have a relaxing drink from the bar and enjoy the music!

Carnival Sunday - Around the Town

14 Aug, 2016, 10:30am


10:30
Carnival Church Service - Saint Peter and Saint Paul's Church
  • A special Carnival service at Cromer Parish Church. Miss Cromer and her attendants will be pleased to welcome you there

11:30
Dale - Pier Forecourt

  • A popular, local singer known for his Michael Bublé tribute.

12:15
Crowning of Miss Cromer 2016 - Pier Forecourt

  • Crowning of Miss Cromer by Dale
  • Introduction by Mr Jason Bell, Cromer Town Crier
  • Welcome to Cromer Carnival by Mr Tony Shipp MBE, Chairman of Cromer Voluntary Entertainments Organisation (CVEO)

12:30
Gymkhana - Jonas' Field, Cromer Road, East Runton, NR27 9NH (opposite Wyndham Caravan Park)

  • Rosettes and trophies for up to 6th place, all age groups
  • All entries on the day £1.50
  • Age groups may change due to entries
  • Enquiries to Carol; telephone 07721 625637

Classes:
- 6 years and under L/R
- 8 years and under L/R
- 10 years and under on / off L/R
- 14 years and under
- Open

14:30
East Anglian Working Newfoundland Dogs - East Beach

  • The team will be putting on a display of rescue techniques by dogs at sea.


- AROUND THE TOWN IN THE EVENING

  • (TBC)

Carnival Sunday - Evening Events

14 Aug, 2016, 6:30pm


18:30
Charity Football Match - The Veterans v Heart Radio - Cromer Town Football Ground, Mill Road
  • Kick off at 18:30
  • Free admission
  • Grand raffle with proceeds towards Carnival charities
  • Playing for the Eva Foster Shield

19:00
'Sunday at Seven' - Cromer Parish Church

This popular time of praise has been a regular feature of the Carnival for a number of years now, and we believe that it is good for the Church and the Carnival to be working together in this way. This year all the music will be provided by members of Cromer Parish Church. We hope that you will enjoy this time of worship in old and new hymns and songs, and that you will leave feeling refreshed and having heard something of God's love for us.

19:30
Wrestling - Carnival Marquee, Runton Road

An evening of family fun wrestling brought to you by the World Association of Wrestling!

  • Tickets on sale at The Cottage Freehouse, Louden Road, Cromer or available on the door
  • Adults £10.00
  • Children £8.00
  • Family (2 adults, 2 children) £30.00
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Wrestling

14 Aug, 2016, 7:30pm


Back by popular demand! An evening of family fun wrestling brought to you by the World Association of Wrestling!
  • Tickets on sale at The Cottage Freehouse, Louden Road, Cromer or available on the door
  • Adults £10.00
  • Children £7.00
  • Family (2 adults, 2 children) £30.00

Carnival Monday - Around the Town

15 Aug, 2016, 10:00am


10:30
Children's Sports - The Meadow
  • Come and join Ben, in his second year of organising this event.

10:30
Marlene's School of Dance - Pier Forecourt

  • Dance, shimmy and shake yourself fit, with our Fitsteps and Zumba class!
  • Footsteps instructor - Marlene Duniam, with Ballroom and Latin workouts
  • Zumba instructor - Natalie Day, with the hottest Latin moves
  • Open to all ages and abilities

12:00
Decorated Beach Hut Competition

  • Judging will take place as 12:00 on Monday 15th August 2016
  • Entry forms available from the Garden House Gallery, Garden Street

15:00
Best Dressed Waiters and Waitresses Competition followed by the Waiters and Waitresses Race - Pier Forecourt

  • Race from the Pier Forecourt to the old Bath House Hotel and back, carrying a full tray of drinks!
  • Contestants must be fully dressed in uniform
  • Over 18's only
  • There might be a race for spectators, if all the drinks aren't spilt!


- AROUND THE TOWN IN THE EVENING

  • (TBC)
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Game and Country Fair 2016

15 Aug, 2016, 10:00am


New for 2016!!! Cromer Carnival Game and Country Fair

A traditional Country Fair, with two action packed arenas, presenting country sports, and pursuits at their very best. Including sheep shearing, gun dog and farrier demonstrations, falconry and agricultural displays, a beer and cider festival and much more!

Also, including a Summer Showing Show: To include in-hand, ridden and fun classes for all ages and abilities (all equines to be aged 4 or over)

Show Classes, starting at 10.00am (registration from 9.00am)

  • Class 1 - Young handler, in-hand, any breed, size or colour (handler to be 12 years or under)
  • Class 2 - In-hand, any breed, size or colour (handler to be 13 years or older)
  • Class 3 - Handsomest Gelding (in-hand or ridden)
  • Class 4 - Prettiest mare (in-hand or ridden)
  • Class 5 - Riding club / show horse / pony (required to jump one small 30cm jump)
  • Class 6 - Horse or pony with the biggest bottom (in-hand or ridden)
  • Class 7 - Fancy dress (in-hand or ridden)
  • Class 8 - First ridden (rider must be aged 10 years or under, adult may use lead rein)
  • Class 9 - Ridden pony (any type / rider / age)
  • Class 10 - Family / utility horse or pony (equine to be ridden by a parent and then a child)
  • Rosettes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each class and overall best in show.
  • £2.00 per class, payable on the day (registration from 9.00am)
  • At the judges discretion, classes with high attendance may be split into horse / pony, ridden / in-hand where appropriate.
  • Please download an application form from the Entry Forms page of the website

11:00 Scarecrow Competition - with a Cromer Theme

  • Open to individuals, clubs, pubs, groups and schools.
  • 1st prize - £20.00
  • 2nd prize - £10.00
  • 3rd prize - £5.00
  • All entries must be based on a Cromer theme
  • All entrants must be registered on the Carnival Field by 11:00 on Monday 15th August 2016
  • Scarecrows will be displayed outside the hospitality tent for the public and judges viewing
  • The winner will be announced at 14:00
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Game and Country Fair 2016 - Scarecrow Competition

15 Aug, 2016, 11:00am


Scarecrow Competition - with a Cromer Theme

Open to individuals, clubs, pubs, groups and schools.

  • 1st prize - £20.00
  • 2nd prize - £10.00
  • 3rd prize - £5.00
  • All entries must be based on a Cromer theme
  • All entrants must be registered on the Carnival Field by 11:00 on Monday 15th August 2016
  • Scarecrows will be displayed outside the hospitality tent for the public and judges viewing
  • The winner will be announced at 14:00

Carnival Monday - Evening Events

15 Aug, 2016, 7:15pm


19:15
Carnival Quiz Evening - Parish Hall, Church Street
  • £12.00 per table of four people
  • To be ready by 19:15 for 19:30 start
  • To book a table, as numbers are limited, please telephone 01263 514515
  • PLEASE NOTE: This event does sell out, so please book early!

19:30
Line Dancing - Pier Forecourt

  • Have a night of fun with the Cromer Renegades!
  • Organised by Cromer Social Club
  • Come along and watch or you can join in.

19:30
Race Night - Carnival Marquee, Runton Road

  • Come and join us and have a night of fun with a bet on the horses!
  • Free entry to the marquee
  • Bar open all evening
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Carnival Tuesday - Family Fun Day - On the Field

16 Aug, 2016, 9:45am


An abundance of events taking place during the day, in and around the Carnival arena.
  • Gates open at 09:45
  • Adults £5.00
  • Children under 16 and accompanied by an adult FREE


- AROUND THE CARNIVAL ARENA

999 Show - Come along and meet the Police, Fire, Ambulance, Lifeboat and Coastguards (subject to service commitments)

Arnie's Attic - Meet and greet

Baseline Wall and Segways

Crazy Bananas - Children's entertainment, including balloon modelling

Glitter Tattoos

Norfolk Wild Encounters

Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Pinxton Puppets

Woodford's Horse and Dray

... and much more to see and do!!


- CARNIVAL ARENA

10:00
Woodforde's Horse and Dray

  • Meet Derek Spanton and his team, including Shire Horse 'Acle Ryan' (Herbie)

10:30
Stannage International Stunt Display Team

  • The Stannage International Stunt Team presents a true family affair. Team Leader, Mark Stannage, started his professional career at the age of 14 specialising in car, motorbike, fire and high fall stunts, performing some of the most spectacular stunts ever seen on film or TV. Mark and his family will be performing their spectacular stunts in front of your eyes!

11:00
The East Anglian Working Newfoundland Dogs

  • Be amazed by these 'gentle giants' as they perform for us.

11:30
Dance Zenergy

  • A selection of music and dance by a local group.

12:00
Cyril the Squirrel and his Racing Terriers

  • These great little dogs will have you in fits of laughter with their crazy antics.

12:30
The Wildcats

  • Wildcat Aerobatics are East Anglia's premier formation aerobatic display team.

13:15
Norfolk Wild Encounters Display

  • A Norfolk based, friends and family organisation offering raptors, reptiles and other animals for your entertainment.

13:45
Dance Zenergy

  • A selection of music and dance by a local group.

14:00
The Wildcats

  • Wildcat Aerobatics are East Anglia's premier formation aerobatic display team.

14:15
Cyril the Squirrel and his Racing Terriers

  • These great little dogs will have you in fits of laughter with their crazy antics.

14:45
Croydon Steel Band

15:15
Stannage International Stunt Display Team

  • Spectacular stunts to end the days arena events!


- CARNIVAL MARQUEE

Craft activities - Drawing, painting, gluing, sticking and making, including participation from the Sticky Earth Café in Cromer.

Mr Jugglefun - Circus workshop

Razz the Clown and Auntie Pearl - Magic, prizes, balloons and lots more

Carnival Tuesday - Around the Town

16 Aug, 2016, 10:00am


10:00
Croydon Steel Orchestra
  • The Croydon Steel Orchestra will be playing at various venues around the town, in the morning.

11:00
The Carnival Queen and Attendants will be visiting Benjamin Court and Halsey House, followed by a visit to Cromer Hospital.

11:00
Marlene's School of Dancing

  • 11:00 - Outside Lloyds Bank
  • 11:20 - Church Courtyard
  • 11:40 - North Lodge Park
  • 12:00 - Pier Forecourt
  • 12:20 - Runton Road Sunken Gardens


- AROUND THE TOWN IN THE EVENING

  • (TBC)
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The Wildcats - Aerobatic Display Team

16 Aug, 2016, 12:30pm


This amazing air entertainment is provided by Wildcat Aerobatics who are East Anglia's premier formation, aerobatic display team.

A local display team from Old Buckenham, who will thrill you with their skill and daring!

Visit their website at: www.wildcataerobatics.com and follow them on Facebook at Wildcat Aerobatics.

Carnival Tuesday - Evening Events

16 Aug, 2016, 7:30pm


19:30
Bingo - Carnival Marquee, Runton Road
  • Cash prizes
  • Raffle

*** PLEASE NOTE: New time of 19:30 ***

Whether you are a regular player or just at Carnival times, why not come along for a great night of fun! Don't forget your dabber to mark off those numbers!

20:00
Carnival Band Concert - The Taverham Band - Cromer Parish Church

  • Adults £7.50
  • Children £3.00
  • No concessions
  • Tickets for sale on the door

By kind permission of the Vicar and Churchwardens, Cromer Carnival presents an evening of pleasure with the annual band concert in the Parish Church.

Taverham Band was formed in November 1974 by a small group of villagers who were keen to start a brass band. The Band currently consists of over 40 members with an additional 20+ in the training band and learning to play brass.

The Band specialises in concert work and has a policy of providing the best entertainment for the general public.

20:45
Darts Competition - Team Finals - Cromer Social Club, The Croft

  • The top three teams of each league go through to the finals.
  • For further information or to book a team in to the competition, please visit the Any Questions page of the website.
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Carnival Band Concert - The Taverham Band

16 Aug, 2016, 8:00pm


By kind permission of the Vicar and Churchwardens, Cromer Carnival presents an evening of pleasure with the annual band concert in the Parish Church.
  • Adults £7.50
  • Children £3.00
  • No concessions
  • Tickets for sale on the door

Taverham Band was formed in November 1974 by a small group of villagers who were keen to start a brass band. The Band currently consists of over 40 members with an additional 20+ in the training band and learning to play brass.

The Band specialises in concert work and has a policy of providing the best entertainment for the general public.

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Darts Competition - Team Finals

16 Aug, 2016, 8:45pm

  • The top three teams of each league go through to the finals at Cromer Social Club, The Croft.

For further information, please visit the Any Questions page of the website.

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Carnival Wednesday - Carnival Day - On the Field

17 Aug, 2016, 9:30am


Cromer Carnival Committee welcomes you to the celebrations at Runton Road.

A Carnival Day with a great atmosphere for all the family to enjoy. There will be a funfair, stalls, food stands, bar and all sorts of refreshments. Come along and join in the fun!

  • Gates open at 09:30
  • Adults £7.00
  • Senior Citizens £5.00
  • Children (aged 16 and under) £4.00
  • Children under 3 are FREE
  • Family ticket £18.00 (2 adults and 2 children)


- CARNIVAL ARENA

10:15
Squib Freestyle Stunt Show

  • Jamie Squibb was British Motocross Freestyle Champion 3 times and has since developed his own portable ramps, enabling him and his stunt partners to bring their amazing display. You will see radical airborne motorcycle aerobatics and ground based stunts, with the biggest and best moves and tricks you are ever likely to see. The team reach dizzy heights as they launch themselves skywards to land over 30 meters away on the lorry based landing ramp.

11:00
The Red Arrows

  • The team are back again by popular demand, performing their magic in the air, with breath taking displays of skill and courage.

11:40
The Knights of the Damned

  • Television and film stuntman, Justin Pearson, presents this spectacular display team. They offer a breathtaking variety of medieval shows full of exciting stunts and horsemanship. As one of the UK's leading Medieval Jousting acts, the displays boast high speed action, skilful mounted knights and a fantastic colourful spectacle. The Knights of the Damned will give the audience a full on show with galloping horses, stunts, falls and awesome fire weapons, that will leave you truly breathless!!

12:20
Stuart Barnes' Ducks and Dogs

  • Stuart & his team use trained and untrained sheep dogs to herd ducks, amusing and educating the audience about common dog behaviour issues and about how these can be resolved. His display is divided into 3 parts to entertain throughout the displays.
  • Part 1: Dog psychology. Helping to understand why our dogs have unwanted dog problems and how to solve them.
  • Part 2: Natural Instincts. They use untrained dogs on the ducks to demonstrate their natural canine instincts, and shows how to control them with energy and body language.
  • Part 3: Audience Participation. Our demonstrator can be joined by younger members of the audience as they use trained dogs to put ducks through their course of tunnels, slides, Maltese cross, pool and pen.

13:00
Miss Cromer 2016 and the Royal Party - Accompanied by the Woodforde's Horse and Dray

13:20
The Croydon Steel Orchestra

14:00
The Knights of the Damned

14:40
Stuart Barnes' Ducks and Dogs

15:25
Squib Freestyle Stunt Show

  • Bringing the arena displays to an exciting finale!

16:00
(End of Arena displays)


*** SPECIAL THANKS goes to Chris Gurney and Northrepps Aerodrome, for their assistance and support in allowing us to present the aerobatic displays. Thank you! ***


- CARNIVAL FIELD

09:30 onwards
Static displays open. See the 999 show, Emergency Services in static displays. Come along and meet the local Police, Fire, Ambulance, Lifeboat and Coastguard services, subject to service conditions.

Please note:
Cromer Voluntary Entertainments Organisation Limited and the Ministry of Defence cannot be held responsible for any injuries sustained, whilst watching events or using any static display.

10:00
Arrival of the Red Arrows Commentator Red 10

Carnival Wednesday - Carnival Day - Around the Town

17 Aug, 2016, 10:15am


Royal Party and invited guests breakfast

10:15
The Croydon Steel Orchestra - Henry Blogg Gardens and Cromer Parish Church, Church Street

10:30
Presentation of Prizes - Henry Blogg Gardens, Church Street - Prize giving ceremony for many of the various competitions, organised in support of Cromer Carnival.


- AROUND THE TOWN IN THE EVENING

  • (TBC)
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The Red Arrows

17 Aug, 2016, 11:00am


Wednesday 17th August 2016

The display starts at 11:00.

Please don't forget to give a donation towards this great event, where you see one of our Carnival collection buckets!

Carnival Day Parade

17 Aug, 2016, 5:00pm


17:00 onwards
Carnival Parade Assembles - Carnival Field, Runton Road

17:45
Judging of the Floats and Fancy Dress

  • All floats are to make sure they have read the rules and signed the entry form at the back of the Carnival Programme or download a copy from the 'Entry Forms' page of this website
  • To ensure that the judges see you, competitors must be in position by 17:40
  • In addition, floats will be judged en route during the procession to find the most entertaining float

19:00
Cromer Grand Carnival Parade
Through the Town via Runton Road, Prince of Wales Road, Hamilton Road, Church Street, Mount Street, Louden Road, West Street, Beach Road and returning to the Runton Road car park.

PLEASE NOTE: A percentage of all bucket takings from the collection made at this year's parade will be donated to a local cause, which the committee has decided this year, will be Cromer Scouts and Guides. Please help us to support these worthy causes!

Here are some of the bands taking part in the Carnival parade:

  • The Croydon Steel Orchestra
  • Smokehouse Blues marching Jazz Band

Please note that on Carnival Day, cars parked on the Runton Road Car Park after 18:30 will not be able to leave the car park until after the Carnival Parade has finished, at approximately 22:00. All cars leaving the field will be directed right towards Sheringham.

Cromer town road closures will be implemented at 18:30 until 21.30. There will be no traffic movement until the Carnival parade has finished.


Rules and conditions of entry for floats taking part in the procession:

1. All floats and entries taking part in the Carnival Parade should enter via the gateway to the Carnival Field (not the NNDC car park entrance).

2. Distribution of favours and advertising material. No advertising material, edibles, gifts, samples or other object may be thrown or otherwise distributed from any vehicle or elevated float. At the sole discretion of the Parade Organiser favours and advertising material may be distributed on foot, providing no risk is thereby incurred to spectators, particularly children, in relation to moving vehicles, machinery or animals.

3. Entrants are reminded that liquid should not be squirted over either floats or the public.

4. All float organisers are reminded that they should hold Public Liability Insurance for their float display. All floats are required to make sure that their entry is not too wide to go through the town.

5. The safety of all persons riding on floats is the responsibility of the respective float organiser and driver of the float vehicle. The Carnival Committee and Cromer V.E.O Limited cannot be held liable for any accident to any person taking part in the Carnival Procession, unless that accident is the direct result of action by a member of the Carnival Committee or authorised helper, providing such committee member or helper is on duty at the time the instruction was given.

6. Collecting in the Parade can only be made by official Cromer Carnival Collectors. No other fund raising for any other purpose is permitted.

7. Floats wishing to leave the Carnival Procession en route without returning to the Carnival Field must inform the Parade Organiser before their float leaves the Carnival Field. Permission will only be given where the Police on duty agree that it is feasible without causing danger to the spectators.

8. The driver of any vehicle should hold a driving license in respect of the vehicle used
(i.e. HGV License for HGV licensed vehicle).

9. Commercial organisations are limited to two vehicles each and these must be decorated.

Please Note:
On Carnival Day, cars parked on the Runton Road Car Park after 18:30 will not be able to leave the car park until after the Carnival Parade has finished, at approximately 22:00. All cars leaving the field will be directed right towards Sheringham.

Cromer town road closures will be implemented at 18:30 until 21.30. There will be no traffic movement until the Carnival parade has finished.

Carnival Wednesday - Carnival Day - Evening Events

17 Aug, 2016, 5:00pm


Please note that on Carnival Day, cars parked on the Runton Road Car Park after 18:30 will not be able to leave the car park until after the Carnival Parade has finished at approximately 22:00. All cars leaving the field will be directed right towards Sheringham.

Cromer town road closures will be implemented at 18:30 until 21.30. There will be no traffic movement until the Carnival parade has finished.


Here are some of the bands taking part in the Carnival parade:

  • The Croydon Steel Orchestra
  • Smokehouse Blues marching Jazz Band

17:00 onwards
Carnival Parade Assembles - Carnival Field, Runton Road

17:45
Judging of the Floats and Fancy Dress

  • All floats are to make sure they have read the rules and signed the entry form at the back of the Carnival Programme or download a copy from the 'Entry Forms' page of this website
  • To ensure that the judges see you, competitors must be in position by 17:40
  • In addition, floats will be judged en route during the procession to find the most entertaining float

19:00
Cromer Grand Carnival Parade

  • Through the Town via Runton Road, Prince of Wales Road, Hamilton Road, Church Street, Mount Street, Louden Road, West Street, Beach Road and returning to the Runton Road car park.

PLEASE NOTE: A percentage of all bucket takings from the collection made at this year's parade will be donated to a local cause, which the committee has decided this year, will be Cromer Scouts and Guides. Please help us to support these worthy causes!

20:45
Live Music - Catch 22 - Carnival Field, Runton Road

  • Catch 22 are one of East Anglia's Premier bands, providing top quality entertainment for weddings, parties, corporate functions, holiday parks, clubs, etc. Playing the best songs from the 60's to the present, Catch 22 will keep the dance floor full all night. From Adele, Pharrell Williams, Bruno Mars and Sam Smith, back through the decades to Tina Turner, Bryan Adams, Queen and The Beatles.

Carnival Thursday - Around the Town

18 Aug, 2016, 10:00am


10:00
Carnival Skateboard Competition - Cromer Skatepark, The Meadow

A new event in the calendar for Carnival Week, organised by Wet Dog, Cromer!

  • Prizes provided by Wet Dog
  • Three categories - Scooter, Skateboard and BMX
  • Prizes awarded after each event for the winner
  • In between times - free session for all to use the park
  • Judging will be based upon, complexity of trick / stunt, execution of trick / stunt, use of the park, style, but above all effort and enjoyment

10:00 – Registration for skateboard competition
10:30 – Skateboard competition
11:00 – Registration for BMX competition
11:30 – BMX competition
12:00 – Registration for scooter competition
12:30 – Scooter competition

For further information, please contact Wet Dog, Cromer on 01263 519703.


14:00
Party on the Lawns - Evington Lawns, Runton Road

  • An afternoon for children!
  • Local organisations can support this event by providing stalls and games
  • All monies taken by the stalls can be kept by the organisation concerned
  • Charity stalls are welcome to come along

Please note - This afternoons events will be transferred to the Carnival Marquee in adverse weather conditions. Notices will be put up with information of any changes on the day.

14:15 onwards
Razz the Clown and Auntie Pearl - Circus skills workshop

14:30
Dave Doughnut's Punch and Judy

15:00
Picnic on the Lawns

  • Ticket holders only - food for each child must be pre-booked
  • Application forms available from North Norfolk Information Centre, Louden Road or The Co-operative, Middlebrook Way
  • Completed application forms must be returned to the Information Centre or The Co-operative by Monday 15th August 2016

16:00
Crab Dressing Competition (Adults only)


- AROUND THE TOWN IN THE EVENING

  • (TBC)

Carnival Thursday - Evening Events

18 Aug, 2016, 5:30pm


17:30
Registration for the Carnival Fun Run - Pier Forecourt, The Promenade

Organised by the North Norfolk Beach Runners, entry is open to all that can run either one or two 1.5 mile laps on a revised circuit. Personal best times from previous years will stand.

  • Register at the Pier Forecourt between 17:30 and 18:30
  • Race starts at the Pier Forecourt at 19:00

Come along and enjoy the fun!

18:00
Carnival Field Opens - Carnival Field, Runton Road

  • There is no charge for admission to enter the Carnival field on this evening. However, our collectors will be about with their buckets, before and after the firework display and it is hoped that you will feel the display has been worth a donation.

18:30
Remote Controlled Helicopter and Aircraft Display - Carnival Arena, Runton Road

  • Static and flying display of remote controlled helicopters.

18:30
Life Saving Demonstration - By the North Norfolk Life Saving Club - East Beach

This demonstration, performed by local surf lifesavers from North Norfolk Surf Lifesaving Club (www.nnslsc.org.uk) will show you what surf lifesaving is all about and how you can get involved.

The idea of the sport, is to combine staying fit in the sea with a purpose; saving lives - Sport with Purpose. Some of our best lifesavers will be demonstrating a variety of rescues and races for you, with commentary so everyone can understand.

We run open access classes (for everyone) and junior programmes from our clubhouse on the promenade. The club is always looking for enthusiastic new members to support us and there has never been a more exciting time to get involved, with our facility in the best location, right on Cromer beach!

So if you miss the demonstration pop in and see us on a training night or email info@nnslsc.org.uk.

19:00
Carnival Fun Run - Pier Forecourt, The Promenade

  • Organised by the North Norfolk Beach Runners, entry is open to all that can run either one or two 1.5 mile laps on a revised circuit.
  • Personal best times from previous years will stand.

19:00
Assembly of Illuminated Procession - The Meadow and Meadow Road

On sale before the parade:

  • Lanterns £4.00 each
  • Glow Sticks £1.50 each

The starting point for the Illuminated Parade will be The Meadow, just off the pitch and putt course, by Meadow Road.

19:15
Tug of War Competition - Carnival Arena, Runton Road

  • Cromer Carnival v Sheringham Carnival

19:30
Assembly of Illuminated Floats and Umbrellas - Meadow Road

  • Illuminated floats and umbrellas will assemble on Meadow Road
  • Please enter from the Hall Road end

Classes:
- 1 illuminated floats, up to 2 metres
- 2 illuminated floats, over 2 metres
- 3 illuminated umbrellas

19:45
2620 Squadron RAuxAF Regiment Team Challenge - Carnival Arena, Runton Road

  • Two teams from the RAF Regiment Reserves at RAF Marham battle against each other in a military skills challenge to see who can be crowned the Champions.

20:15
Live Music - Round the Clock - Carnival Marquee, Runton Road

  • 'Round the Clock' are a young, local, four-piece band. Their high energy gigs include a wide range of Rock and Blues songs from the 60's and 70's from artists such as The Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd, as well as some modern songs from bands such as the Stereophonics and Muse. There is always plenty of opportunity for singing and dancing along, to classic songs from many decades.

20:30
Illuminated Procession - to Carnival Arena, Runton Road

  • Led by (TBC).
  • The parade winds its way from Meadow Road to Runton Road, via Hamilton Road, Church Street, High Street and Runton Road.

21:15 (approximately)
Grand Fireworks Display - Carnival Field, Runton Road

  • The finale will be to music from (TBC).

Please Note; Cromer V. E. O. Limited cannot be held responsible if the firework display does not start exactly at 21:15. This is beyond our control.

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Fun Run

18 Aug, 2016, 5:30pm


Organised by the North Norfolk Beach Runners, entry is open to all that can run
either one or two 1.5 mile laps on a revised circuit. Personal best times from previous years will stand.
  • Register at the Pier Forecourt between 17:30 and 18:30
  • Race starts at the Pier Forecourt at 19:00

Come along and enjoy the fun!

Carnival Friday - Around the Town

19 Aug, 2016, 8:30am


09:15
Children's Talent Competition - Preliminary Heats, followed by the Grand Final - Pier Pavillion Theatre
  • Contestants must register between 08:30 and 09:15
  • Application forms and details can be obtained from Cromer Shopping Centre, Garden Street, Cromer or download from the 'Entry Forms' page of the website
  • All entries must be submitted by 12:00 on Tuesday 16th August 2016
  • NO ENTRANTS ON THE DAY
  • Admission for spectators: Adults £2.50, children £1.00 (please keep ticket for re-entry)
  • Compered by Dick Hutchinson from North Norfolk Radio
  • The overall winner will win the Jenny Polydorou trophy

10:30
Crab Catching - Cromer Pier

  • Hand lines and nets - classes for each
  • No mixed classes

A chance to get some practice in before the World Crab Catching Championships on Sunday 28th August 2016, from 10:30 until 13:00!

14:00
Walking Treasure Hunt

Starting at the Cottage, Louden Road, follow clues and questions along a route around the town, cliffs and paths of Cromer.

  • Entry £2.00 per set of questions
  • Open to all ages, but children must be accompanied by an adult
  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes
  • Route should take approximately 2 hours
  • Assemble at 14:00
  • First treasure hunters away at 14:30
  • Refreshments available


- AROUND THE TOWN IN THE EVENING

  • (TBC)
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Carnival Friday - Evening Events

19 Aug, 2016, 8:00pm


20:00 to 01:00
Carnival Fancy Dress Dance - Carnival Marquee, Runton Road

Cromer Carnival welcome The Julie Dunn Band!

There is a special cup for the overall winner of the fancy dress competition, on the night, sponsored by John and Jeanie Hedge in memory of Simon Hedge.

Fancy dress judging will start at 22:00

  • Tickets £10.00 each
  • Must be 18 years of age or over - ID will be requested on entering the Carnival field and marquee.
  • Fancy dress only
  • Tickets available from The Cottage, Louden Road on Saturday 30th July 2016 at 9:00 on a first come, first served basis. None will be reserved.
  • There will be no tickets available at the door so you are advised to purchase tickets in advance.
  • Any person banned under the Pub Watch scheme will not be admitted to this event
  • There is a strictly No Smoking policy for the Carnival Marquee and toilets.
  • LAST ENTRY to the Fancy Dress Dance is at 23:45

Dinky Beach Huts Art Trail and Grand Charity Beach Huts Auction

28 Aug, 2016, 10:00am


Follow the Crab and Lobster Festival Dinky Beach Huts Art Trail around Cromer, Sheringham and beyond and view the Cromer Carnival beach hut at Merchants Place, Church Street, Cromer!

As well as the Cromer Carnival beach hut, there are 101 other wonderfully decorated beach huts to seek out, as you follow the trail.

The Grand Charity Auction for all of the beach huts will be held at 14:00 on Sunday 28th August 2016, on the Pier Forecourt, Cromer. Market stalls will be open and the beach huts will be on display from around 10:00, with the World Pier Crabbing Championships also taking place on the pier from 10:30 to 16:00.

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After Carnival Get Together

10 Sep, 2016, 3:30pm


We are holding an After Carnival Get Together at Cromer Football Club, Cabbell Park, Mill Road, Cromer, NR27 0BG, from 15:30.
  • (Price TBC) per head (including children aged 12 and over)
  • (price TBC) per head (for children under the age of 12)
  • Booking forms can be downloaded on the 'Entry Forms' page of the website
  • For further information or to book, please see contact details on the Booking Form
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Presentation Evening

16 Sep, 2016, 7:30pm


An evening to celebrate Cromer Carnival and to present trophies and awards to the winners of the years Carnival events.

Please come along to The Cottage, Louden Road, share a drink or two and enjoy the evening.

We look forward to meeting you all there!

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Senior Citizens Christmas Concert

6 Dec, 2016, 7:00pm


Enjoy an evening with Cromer Carnival Committee with sherry, coffee and mince pies.

A Christmas concert for senior citizens in the Parish Hall, Church Street, Cromer.

Featuring local artists, singers, dancers and a visit from Father Christmas.

  • Free admission
  • Free coach from Suffield Park play area at 6.25pm, Links Avenue (Station Road end) and Suffield Park Post Office
  • Free car transport available for those who cannot get to coaches

For further information, please telephone Steve Everitt on 01263 514469

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New Years Day Fireworks Display 2017

1 Jan, 2017, 5:00pm


A truly unique way to start off the New Year!

It is advisable to join us in Cromer and make a whole day of it, as the town does fill up for this event. See you then!

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Art Week 2017

26 May, 2017 - 31 May, 2017, 10:30am


An exhibition of paintings, crafts and photography, to view, enjoy and buy at the Parish Hall, Cromer.

This exhibition is a celebration of more than 400 works of art and craft by more than 90 artists and 7 schools and community groups. With earnings, handmade cards, knitted items, photography and artwork, there is something for everyone!

Entry is free, so come and have a browse. Tea, coffee, biscuits and other refreshments are available.

Opening times:

  • 26th May - 10:30 to 17:30
  • 27th May - 10:30 to 17:30
  • 28th May - 14:30 to 17:30
  • 29th May - 10:30 to 17:30
  • 30th May - 10:30 to 17:30
  • 31st May - 10:30 to 17:00

CLASSES:

Children's Section:

  • Class 1 - A project by any group of children 5 to 7 years
  • Class 2 - A project by any group of children 8 to 11 years
  • Class 3 - A project by any group of children / students from 11 years and upwards

Adult's Section:

  • Class 4 - Open Section - Painting or drawing in any medium
  • Class 5 - Photography
  • Class 6 - Craftwork

Most items are available for sale and proceeds go to Cromer Carnival.

For further information or to display your work, please telephone Steve Everitt on 01263 514469.

Cromer Carnival - Dates for 2017!

12 Aug, 2017 - 18 Aug, 2017


Looking ahead for next year - Dates for 2016!!

Carnival week is always held in August, in the week which includes the third Wednesday.

So in 2017 it will be held from Saturday 12th August to Friday 18th August, with Carnival Day being held on Wednesday 16th August.

Put a date in your diary NOW!!