Cromer VEO staged another entertaining night at the parish hall, for senior citizens. The evening included, music, dancing and comedy.
Free coaches were available from Suffield Park play area, Links Avenue and Suffield Park Post Office. Car transport was provided for people who couldn’t get to pick up points.
Light refreshments, delicious sandwiches and sausage rolls were prepared by the dedicated catering team. The Cromer Carnival committee also served sherry, coffee and mince pies.
Tony Shipp MBE welcomed guests in his opening speech and thanked volunteers for their work. Ellie Cook, Ballet Angels and Annamarie Sterne’s Dance Attitude troop entertained an enthused audience.
The comedy was provided by local favourite, Pat Nearney. Over the years Pat has played numerous parts in musicals, straight plays and farces for his local society.
Members of the Cromer Royal Family were presented with framed photographs, courtesy of Carnival photographer Hubba Dave Roberts.
After a visit from Santa, the evening concluded with Christmas Carols.