Cromer


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Cromer

a resort in E England, on the Norfolk coast: fishing. Pop.: 8836 (2001)
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Now we feel we're at the right age to enjoy Cromer again.
Give us six Thursday evenings," Cromer said, "and we'll give you the skills you need to experience all the fun of solo or group singing.
The school also said DHR International would work with Cromer Peoples in the search for a football coach.
Target: New primary healthcare medical centre in Cromer, Norfolk
LAHC has sustained itself over the last few years, but is not growing enough to maintain a healthy future," Cromer said in a statement about the decision to wind down the company's operations.
The restaurant was No 1 Cromer, run by renowned chef Galston Blackiston.
The new Philippine office will provide additional services capabilities for our big data analytics, database migration and managed services segmentsareas where we see the most demand from our clients," Cromer explained.
Stay a minute's walk from the sea in the centre of Cromer at a three-storey terraced holiday cottage which has a rental discount throughout May with Norfolk Country Cottages (01263-715779; www.
TUCKING in to freshly dressed crab in Cromer, it occurs to me that you could eat your way around north Norfolk.
Norwich-based recruiter Stafloree has been chosen as the recruitment partner for Jonas Seafood for their exciting new crab processing plant on Stone Hill Way in Cromer.
TUCKING into freshly dressed crab in Cromer, it occurs to me that you could eat your way around north Norfolk.
The Sandpiper Scope option would add 180,000 bpd of capacity from Beaver Lodge, ND to Steelman, Saskatchewan, and 325,000 bpd into Cromer, Manitoba.