- Start: Saturday 26 October 2019
- Venue: Cromer Community Centre, Garden Street, Cromer
- Categories: art, Bar, Events for Families, Exhibitions, film, fun, fundraising, history, Local Organisations, Local Traders, outdoor, photographs, talk, Visual art, walking, Wellbeing and Health
WalkCromer Festival Drop-In at Cromer Community Centre
(Donations to British Heart Foundation welcome)
Festival Drop-in Day and Evening Film Show
Cromer Peregrine Film Premiere at Festival
On 26 October at the Cromer Community Centre Walk Cromer will be hosting a free day and
evening event to celebrate the Norfolk Walking & Cycling Festival and COAST Arts Festival.
There will be display tables where you can talk to the experts and pick up all sorts of useful
information. Exhibitors include Cromer Peregrine Project, Deep History Coast, Felbeck Trust,
Poppyland Brewery, Marine Conservation Society, Hawk & Owl Trust, British Heart Foundation,
North Lodge Park etc.
At regular intervals throughout the day a super selection of short films will be shown, produced
as part of the 2 Minutes of Your Time Community Film Project and COAST Film Festival 2013,
they present a unique “look at Life” around Cromer & Sheringham just a few years ago. The
Blue Balloon featuring Sir John Hurt and many hilarious film look-alikes will also be shown.
You’re welcome to join one of our 90 minute guided walks too.
12.00 from Community Centre to Overstrand
13.30 from the Belfry: Overstrand at War (wheelchair friendly)
14.30 from Community Centre: Fishing Heritage Town Walk (wheelchair Friendly)
The Evening event focuses on 3 fascinating films with interval & licensed bar.
We will premiere “The Cromer Peregrines” produced by Siri Taylor & Eddie Anderson, featuring many local
personalities and dramatic bird action shots from dedicated local photographers.
Our second film “Because I am Part of This” produced by artist Jayne Ivimey, is a dramatic and moving film
about coastal erosion at Happisburgh.
Our third film “Sculthorpe Moor – a Year in the Life” will be introduced by renowned wildlife film maker Martin Hayward-Smith.
An unmissable, full andfascinating evening – with a chance to meet the film makers too.
“We’re really excited to be bringing some great new films to Cromer” said Hilary Cox (chair WalkCromer)
The Day runs from 10.30 to 17.00 The evening runs from 18.00 to 20.30
Free entry and we welcome donations to British Heart Foundation