Tea Cup Challenge winner

Tea Cup Challenge Winner

Tea Cup Challenge winnerMilly, age 6, is the WINNER of this summer’s Tea Cup Challenge – creating a teacup, saucer and spoon from paper. The judges were particularly impressed by the use of colour in the design, the varied styles, and the curled cup handle. Well done Milly – your prize is on it’s way.
broads in the paek

Broads in the Park

Thanks to The Broads for a great afternoon and to you all for braving the chilly winds to make them so welcome. I’m sure they’ll be back.broads in the paek

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Cromer Christmas Lights

Cromer Christmas Lights

Cromer Christmas LightsCromer Christmas lights is an entirely volunteer led operation – from the people who organise and hang the lights, to the funding of the lights.  They need your help:

Saturday 2nd Sept 10.30 to 12
Please pop into  Cromer church for Coffee & Cake organised by the church in aid of the Cromer Christmas Lights Volunteers group.

Ist Sept until 31st October
Cromer Christmas Lights are one of three community projects short-listed for an award of £4000, £2000 or £1000 from Tesco’s Bag Fund. The more votes then more funding!
It’s easy – simply visit the Tesco store in Sheringham as many times as possible in September and October and make ANY value purchase and receive a token per transaction and vote for LIGHTS FOR A CROMER CHRISTMAS. Please tell your friends too!

The volunteers are in their 3rd year of an essential refurbishment programme to provide the town with brighter,  better illuminations and reduce electricity costs. This year they are concentrating on the Suffield Park/schools area and minor roads such as Garden Street and others central to the Christmas celebrations in Cromer

7 September, from 7pm:  Council Offices, North Lodge Park

Ever wondered what it would be like to be a member of the Cromer Christmas Lights Volunteers? They work hard throughout the year to make Cromer look great at Christmas. However,  numbers have dwindled over the years through illness and age, and they could use some help. The tasks are varied, from making tea to directing traffic, manning stalls as well as putting up the lights and the trees. There will be something to suit you.

Let’s help the volunteers make if a brighter Christmas.

Wind in the Willows - North Lodge Park

Wind in the Willows

Many thanks to Boxtree productions for bringing Wind in the Willows to North Lodge Park; thanks to all the volunteers who worked hard all day to make the day run smoothly; and thank to you, the audience, who may the day so special.

Cromer Carnival parade

Cromer Carnival Float

It’s what the Cromer Carnival parade is all about; and FIRST PRIZE as well. What more could you ask for.

If you have any photographs of our parade float, please email to friends@northlodgepark.org.uk.

Thanks to J Lee Crabs for generous sponsorship which made it all possible.

broads in the Park

Broads in the Park

broads in the ParkSunday 10th September
2pm – 4pm

Any mention of The Broads and you probably start to think of boating on quiet waterways east of Norwich, passing through the reed beds searching for birds and wildlife.

Well think again!

The Broads are a fun, colourful, female singing trio who are coming to North Lodge Park, Cromer beside the cafe and boating lake, on Sunday afternoon 10th September. Join us from 2pm – 4pm for a fabulous afternoon of sing-along and perhaps, perhaps, perhaps (for all you Doris Day fans) a little dancing!

With nostalgic classics from the 40’s, 50’s and more, all sung in close harmony with a vintage vibe, come and spend a relaxing afternoon in the park by the sea while listening to The Broads. The tearoom is open all day from 10am serving hot and cold drinks plus a delicious array of home made cakes and Norfolk ice cream.

We look forward to seeing you there !

Broads in the Park

summer tea cup challenge

Summer Tea Cup Challenge

summe tea cup challengeThis summer we’ve a great tea cup challenge to bring out the creativity in you and your little ones.  Pop into the cafe and for a shiny pound we’ll give you a template to take away to be artistic with.  Once it’s been coloured in and stuck together (don’t worry we’ll let you have full instructions) bring it back and it will be in with a chance of a prize (please write a name, contact details and age on the bottom).  There will be prizes for various different age groups: Under 5 years, 5 to 7 years, 7 to 11 years, and  over 11 years.  The competition is open all August.