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which has formed the major source of income for the local fishermen.
By 2018, experienced crabmen were having difficulty attracting young people to the business, perhaps because the many hours of work required each week during the season.
Cromer became a resort in the early 19th century, with some of the rich Norwich banking families making it their summer home.
Visitors included the future King Edward VII, who played golf here.
In 2016, about ten boats plied their trade from the foot of the gangway on the east beach, with shops in the town selling fresh crab, whenever the boats go to sea.
The place-name 'Cromer' is first found in a will of 1262 There are other contenders for the derivation, a north-country word 'cromer' meaning 'a gap in the cliffs' or less likely a direct transfer from a Danish placename.
It is reasonable to assume that the present site of Cromer, around the parish church of Saints Peter and Paul, is what was in 1337 called Shipden-juxta-Felbrigg, and by the end of the 14th century known as Cromer.
Cromer Hospital provides services across the North Norfolk area.
It includes a minor injuries unit and is run by the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The highlight of the week was an over-the-sea aerial display by the Red Arrows.