“On the lighthouse cliff at Cromer, looking west over the little fisher town, a mere cluster of cottages that encircle a tall church tower, the setting sun reddens and burns, and lingers momentarily over the horizon until at last it sinks contentedly into the silent sea…”
From Poppy-Land by Clement Scott – 1890.
Coastal flooding – the potential future impact on coastal communities in North Norfolk of the policy of ‘managed retreat’.
Located on the North Norfolk coast, Riverside Cottage at Stiffkey is a cosy romantic hideaway definitely designed for two. As the name suggests, the river is literally at the bottom of the garden and you have a private sundeck with views across the river valley meadows to the hills beyond. Privacy and peace and quiet are assured at this well-equipped luxury Norfolk holiday cottage. If you like to walk, the Norfolk coast path is only a short distance away. So pack the walking boots and binoculars and head for this area of outstanding natural beauty. It is attractive in winter as well as summer – you can snuggle up near the log burner and enjoy a bottle of wine in the evenings and take some bracing walks on the marshes during the day. There is a good local pub if you want some company and excellent restaurants not far distant. Stay at Riverside Cottage and enjoy North Norfolk – I guarantee you will return. Read on for full details.
The Great Yarmouth Coastguard have issued a press release warning of the dangers of children using inflatables at Norfolk beaches.
The Pinkfoot is an excellent art gallery at Cley-next-the-Sea. The stock consists of impressive artworks all of which are inspired by nature subjects.
The Cromer Lifeboat Crew performing traditional step-dancing in the 1970s.