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Olympic Torch Relay: Plans for the visit of the Olympic Torch to Fakenham, Holt and Cromer
Plans have been drawn up to help visitors, locals and businesses understand how to get the best out of the visit of the Olympic Torch to North Norfolk.
North Norfolk District Council has helped organise a number of events to take place on July 4, when the Torch makes its way through several Norfolk communities.
In North Norfolk the Torch will pass through Fakenham, Holt and Cromer. It will enter Fakenham at 3.13pm on Wells Road, moving on to Oak Street and Holt Road. Five torchbearers will take it in turns to run through Fakenham and the Torch will exit the town at 3.34pm.
The Torch will arrive in Holt at 3.52pm and three torchbearers will carry it in turn along High Street, Market Place and Station Road. It will leave Holt at 4.01pm.
The Cromer section begins at 4.16pm, with six torchbearers taking their turns to run along Holt Road, Hamilton Road, Garden Street and down the slope on to the promenade. It will leave the promenade via the slope and on to Jetty Street, High Street, Church Street and Norwich Road, where it will finish outside the Cromer Academy.
In Fakenham and Holt, all car parks managed by North Norfolk District Council will be available. In Cromer, in addition to North Norfolk District Council car parks, there will be additional parking available on the Carnival Park and Ride car park on Holt Road.
In Fakenham there will be a health and well being day open to the public. In Holt a multi-sports event will be held after the relay has passed through town. And in Cromer there will be a mini-Olympics organised at Cromer Academy for the cluster schools.
Keith Johnson, Leader of North Norfolk District Council, said:
“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the residents of North Norfolk to see the Olympic Torch come through the district.
“I would encourage all residents to make every effort to support the Torch and its carriers.
“I am very pleased so many school children will be involved on the day and their schools are to be congratulated for allowing them to take part.”
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