Cromer


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Cromer

a resort in E England, on the Norfolk coast: fishing. Pop.: 8836 (2001)
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"We were always referencing him," Cromer says of the creative team, which included Yazbek and book writer Itamar Moses.
But the Victorian resort of Cromer is reassuringly down to earth, perched on a small cliff with the beach below and a web of alleys and lanes busy with holidaymakers eating crab sandwiches.
The school also said DHR International would work with Cromer Peoples in the search for a football coach.
Cromer said that the two parties expect to finalise the LOI and turn it into a firm agreement by the "end of this year."
MedicX said the completed development will consist 1,147m2 let to the Cromer Group GP Practice and a local pharmacy under leases running for a term of 20 years from practical completion.
The funding will bring together a digital archive of work displayed at Cromer Museum, the Imperial War Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, the National Media Museum and the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Centre in Austin, Texas.
LAHC will honor all policies, but it will not participate in the 2016 open enrollment period, according to Greg Cromer, the chief executive officer.
Suzanne Hughes, aged 67, was due to return home last Saturday from Cromer in Norfolk.
They are Andrew Pickering, 44, of Nunthorpe Gardens, Nunthorpe; William Moloney, 52, of Cromer Street, Longlands, Middlesbrough; Jeffrey Potts, 50, of Central Mews, Middlesbrough; Anthony Cullen, 51, of Princess Drive, Liverpool and Damien Colleran, 40, of Central Drive, Liverpool.
"We were in a fish restaurant in Cromer last week and two children on the next table were served their fish and chips in a plastic bucket with a spade in it.
Bellemare also announced that Fred Cromer is appointed president, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft, effective immediately.
Today, a visit to the Gunton Arms, in Thorpe Market, near Cromer, is more like staying with friends than booking into an hotel.