North Norfolk Information Centre (Cromer)
Winner of the EDP Best Visitor Information award 2011
North Norfolk Information Centre is an environmentally-friendly and innovative designed building that includes solar energy and underground heat source pumps which provides 60% of the heating needs for the building.
Services provided include public internet access, free wi-fi hotspot and some council services such as the sale of parking permits. There are two touch screen computers which are available to access tide timetables, bus timetables, accommodation (in north Norfolk and nationwide) and council services.
North Norfolk Information Centre
Tel: 01263 512497
|Spring||Monday - Sunday||2 January - 19 May 10am - 4pm|
|Summer||Monday - Sunday||20 May - 8 September 10am - 5pm Monday - Saturday, 10am - 4pm on Sundays|
|Autumn/winter||Monday - Sunday||9 September – 24 December 10am – 4pm|
The nearest train station is Cromer. National and local rail information is available from National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.
From Norwich: Journey time is just under one hour and services operate a 1-hourly 'skip stop' service at the rural intermediate stations. All services call at Hoveton & Wroxham, North Walsham, Cromer, West Runton and Sheringham with alternate calling at Salhouse, Worstead, Gunton and Roughton Road.
From Sheringham: Journey time is 8 minutes, with a stop in between at West Runton.
Directions from the station: Leaving the station, turn left and follow the road (Holt road, then West street) for about 300 metres until the junction with Meadow Road and Louden Road (the A149). Crossing over onto Louden Road the Information Centre is on your right in front of a car park.
There are 16 routes serving Cromer provided by a number of operators. National Express provide coach routes in Norfolk, and regional and local services are offered by First. For more information visit Traveline or call 0870 6082608.
Directions from Cadogan Road bus station: From the bus station cross Prince of Wales road and turn right, heading away from the sea front. The road bends to the left, where the Information Centre can be found on the opposite side of the road in front of a car park.
There are a number of cycle routes in North Norfolk. Regional route 30 is the main cycle route along the Norfolk coast, running from Great Yarmouth to Wells and Fakenham. Visit the Sustrans website for more information. You can also carry your bike on the train, but be sure to check with the operator prior to travel.
From the church in the town centre, with your back to the church follow Church Street to the right, and follow the pedestrianised street diagonally to your left (also Church Street). Emerging at a four-way junction, the Information Centre will be visible to your left on the opposite side of the road, in front of the car park.