Councillor Tony Nash, was appointed new Mayor for Cromer last night at North Lodge as David Pritchard’s term in office came to an end.
Mr Nash, a retired policeman, took the leading role at the council chamber and thanked Mr Pritchard for his successful year in office.
Speaking at the meeting he said: “I find it a huge privilege to be sitting back in this chair. I never thought I would be doing it and I appreciate your confidence in me.”
Mr Pritchard, who will chair the council’s works and general committee said he had a memorable year.
He said: “It has been a wonderful experience and I have enjoyed every moment. I will remember it for the rest of my life.”
Councillor Tim Adams, who has been deputy mayor the last four weeks was appointed deputy mayor.