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  • Strict deadline looming

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    The clock is ticking for Cromer Town Council to take ownership of a much-loved but stagnating clifftop park following 15 months of “frustrating” legal delays.

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  • The questions we asked.

    The Friends of North Lodge Park was set up to oversee the future of North Lodge Park on behalf of the community. As such, we want to be confident that, if Cromer Town Council (CTC) were to take on ownership of the Park, its future would be sustainable in both the medium and long ...

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  • NLP: the saga continues

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    Some key decisions were made by Cromer Town Council on Wednesday night. We are issuing this brief interim newsletter to make you aware of what is, and isn’t, happening to your Park.

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  • Ready to garden

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    Ready, Steady, Weed – all tooled up and no where to garden; watch out for the official photos in the local papers soon.

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  • Tiptoe through the tulips

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    Nelson Mandela said “It always seems impossible until its done”; we remain positive that with support from the Park owners, either the district or town, your enthusiasm will help us make North Lodge Park a real asset for Cromer. Walt Disney was right when he said “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible”.

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  • North Lodge Park The Community View

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    We completed the analysis of what you said in the survey – all 747 responses – and presented the findings with 10 recommendations to Cromer Town Council on 30th Apri

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  • North Lodge Park – The Community View

    The Friends survey on North Lodge Park generated a very strong response with 747 people responding during March and April 2015.

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  • A Jumbo response to park survey

    Many people said Cromer was tired of being asked what they wanted in North Lodge Park so we really were surprised to receive 747 responses – more than all previous surveys.

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  • North Lodge Park Friends Update

    Newsletter from Friends of North Lodge Park, Cromer, end of March 2015

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  • New Officers

    At the first committee meeting of the Friends of North Lodge Park last night the officers were elected by the committee.  They are: chair: Tony Knight vice-chair: Emma Dale treasurer: Rosemary Price secretary: Barry Meadows  

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  • Launch of Consultation at AGM

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    Nearly 100 people packed into Cromer’s Garden Street Community Centre on 4 March for the inaugural meeting of the Friends of North Lodge Park to “have their say” on the future of the Park.

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  • Consultation

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    The Friends of North Lodge Park group want everyone in Cromer to have their say in the future of North Lodge Park.

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Friends of North Lodge Park

The Friends of North Lodge Park AIM To protect, enhance and promote North Lodge Park as a place of recreation and enjoyment for the long term benefit of the local community and visitors OBJECTIVES To encourage wide community input and participation in improving the Park so that the Park may best serve the local community and visitors To manage and assist with current and future projects that will improve the Park To represent the interests of the community and visitors through a positive, co-operative approach, working in partnership with North Norfolk District Council Registered Charity Number 1169907
Friends of North Lodge Park
Friends of North Lodge Park
At next week's annual meeting of the Friends of North Lodge Park, we will be launching a public appeal to give you the opportunity to sponsor the project and become part of the story of North Lodge Park. Come and find out the details. Next Wednesday 24th April, 7.30, Parish Hall
Friends of North Lodge Park
Friends of North Lodge Park
Don't forget to collect your Kinnerton Confectionery Co Easter egg when you finish this year's Easter Treasure Hunt round the Park; available from the Park cafe, 10am-4pm Tuesday-Saturday
Friends of North Lodge Park
Friends of North Lodge Park
Just to say The Walker Brothers had a wonderful time supporting The Friends of North Lodge today for The 60s Event.
If anyone took any pictures of us while performing please can your get in touch as we didn't take any ourselves. Thanks in advance. Andy.
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Friends of North Lodge Park
Friends of North Lodge Park
Through the Easter School holidays families can explore North Lodge Park in rhyme

This Easter, families can explore North Lodge Park with the help of a special Treasure Hunt. Carefully prepared by a trainee Bard, the rhyming couplets will encourage children to look around them and find the answers to the simple clues around the Park. On completion of the Treasure Hunt, the use of the magic word in the cafe will release an Easter Egg for successful children. Come and see what wonders there are in North Lodge Park.

The treasure hunt (and Easter Eggs!) will be available during cafe hours (10am-4pm Tuesday to Sunday)

Nominal Entry cost: £1 each (with Easter Egg for all who complete it)

Thanks to Kinnerton Confectionery for their support.