Friday 15th October 2021
Friday morning's activities were all done in the old town of Cromer, the 'Gem of the Norfolk Coast' before heading home after a fantastic week:
- Pier - the famous Cromer pier is a grade II listed, 151 metre long traditional Victorian pier. One of only five UK seaside pier’s with a full working, flourishing theatre and home to the only end of pier show of it’s kind in the World!
- Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) Station - There has been a lifeboat service operated from Cromer for two centuries and the volunteer crews at Cromer have gained a record of gallantry stretching back to the beginnings of the RNLI. The RNLI station, at the end of the pier, houses the all-weather lifeboat, 'Lester'.
- The RNLI Henry Blogg Museum - The Henry Blogg Museum celebrates the most decorated lifeboatman in RNLI history, who served for 53 years on Cromer’s lifeboats. With the assistance of his crew, he saved 873 lives from the North Sea.