Cromer Community WiFi and Buses
Community WiFi and buses may be coming to Cromer soon.
21:30 14 March 2018
Councillor Philip Harris has brought forth proposals to bring community WiFi and buses to Cromer saying that it could boost tourism and help local residents.
He said: “Younger people are often on Facebook so much they could come to Cromer and be telling their friends: ‘Come and join us, it’s lovely!’ So it could be a real boost for tourism.”
Mr Harris said that he got the idea from a recent holiday he had and want Cromer to be one of the tourist destinations that offer free WiFi in the town for everyone use.
As for his proposal on having a community bus service to the seaside town, he said: “It could be a link between the train station, the bus station, and out to other tourist attractions such as Felbrigg Hall and the zoo.
“We get a lot of tourists coming here and it could work as a bit of a park and ride to ease congestion in the summer.”
He added: “The other thing is that for people in Suffield Park, the supermarkets are on the other side of town. It could provide a service to residents who like to go and do their own food shop, or need to get to hospital.”