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Date published: 29th May 2020
In response to an increasing number of visitors to the District and in light of the Government relaxing some lockdown restrictions, the Council has now taken the decision to open certain facilities in support of our local recovery arrangements.
All of our car parks are now open.
The following public toilet facilities have also re-opened:
|Wells||Stearman’s Yard Car Park|
|Fakenham||Bridge Street Car Park|
|Holt||Albert Street Car Park|
|Holt||Holt Country Park|
|East Runton||Beach Road Car Park|
|Cromer||Runton Road Car Park|
|Cromer||Cadogan Road Car Park|
|Cromer||North Lodge Park|
|Overstrand||Pauls Lane Car Park|
|North Walsham||New Road Car Park|
|Happisburgh||Cart Gap Car Park|
|Horning||Horning Village Car Park|
|Potter Heigham||Adjacent Lathams|
In addition to the public toilets that were re-opened on May 22:
|Blakeney||The Quay at Blakeney|
|Cromer||Deep History Coast Centre at The Meadow Car Park|
|Sea Palling||Beach Road|
|Sheringham||Lushers Passage, High Street|
|West Runton||Water Lane|
We are pleased to be able to open these facilities to enable residents to enjoy their exercise and time outside, and naturally expect to see more visitors to the area. However, we are still urging visitors to be considerate when coming to North Norfolk, to take note if an area seems busy and if so, consider visiting somewhere quieter.
Please remember that sadly the virus is still with us, so regular hand washing and adhering to government social distancing guidelines must be complied with at all times, further information is available below.
Residents and visitors should always observe social distancing around people outside of their household, and check the Government guidance on frequently asked questions to ensure they have up to date information and advice.
Last updated: 18th January 2021