Part three of the Norfolk trilogy comes from the north coast. A bit of Cromer with a side helping of Sheringham and a sprinkling of grated Blakeney on top...
Cromer church. Tallest tower in Norfolk, apparently.
Performing for one week only, the local Am-Dram Society does Singin' In The Rain...
...at the theatre on the pier
IronLobster! at the end of the pier. I want one.
At the end of the pier is a lifeboat station which you are free to wander inside and take a look at the swanky multi-million pound boat, ready to go at the drop of a hat. Unfortunately you can't get on board, grab the wheel and make 'brrrrrrm' noises (or whatever a boat does)
Stained glass inside the boathouse
Back to the seafront, wandering past the lovely colourful beach huts
Coastal defences on the walk to Sheringham, a pleasant stroll all the way along the beach from Cromer
Arriving at Sheringham and going full circle, happening upon the Robin Hood pub!
Mmm... giant ice cream
New museum on Sheringham seafront. Gulls everywhere!
Heading back to Cromer. Wouldn't be a Norfolk wander without a traaaaaator
Back to the pier
Off to the shops. Wonky fisherman in Cromer
Leap forward in time for a day out to see the seals at Blakeney Point. Quick stop in Blakeney village for a cuppa
Mini wander in Blakeney. Norfolk exceedingly flat but some utterly beautiful countryside
Boatyard in Blakeney
Leaving Blakeney we hopped to the next village to catch our boat from Morston quay
On the water
Seals on the Blakeney Point spit. Apparently it was the first time they'd been there this year, so very lucky to see about a dozen or so. Last winter there were 2000 adult and baby seals crammed onto the spit!
Dropped off at Blakeney Point for a quick wander further down the spit from the seals. This is the wonderful old lifeboat station, now recommissioned as a visitors centre
Back to Cromer for high tide, watching the waves crash off the sea wall
Some more feisty waves roll in