Play areas, tips and toilets among closures

All public toilets and play areas operated by North Norfolk District Council are now closed – and will remain so until further notice.

Amenities including leisure centres and Cromer Pier – which has been closed so as not to encourage people to congregate – have also been shut.

Holt Country Park remains open at the time of writing, but with restrictions, including a limit on the number of people who can walk together.

Several recycling centres in the area are also closed, as are leisure centres.

The full list of closures is:

All public toilets

All play areas, as follows:

Cromer – Burn Hills Woods, Ferns Park Station Road, Meadow, Nelson Height, Warren Stoney Field,

Edgefield – Edgefield Rectory Road

Fakenham – Heather Barrow, Lawns, Trap Lane, Wensum Way

Holt – Neil Avenue, Holt Country Park

Mundesley – Nelson Way

North Walsham – Acorn Road, Gigli Close, Hollybush Road, Howlett Close, Sadlers Wood,

Sheringham – Coopers Road, Cromer Road, Foxglove Lane, Leas, Nelson Road

Stalham – Allen Meale

The following coastal car parks: 

Cromer – Runton Road

East Runton – Beach Road

Happisburgh – Cart Gap

Mundesley – Beach Road

Overstrand – Pauls Road

Sea Palling – Clink Road

Sheringham – Chequers, Cliff Road

Weybourne – Beach Road

All leisure facilities, including Splash in Sheringham, Victory in North Walsham and Fakenham Sports and Leisure Centre.

The Pavilion Theatre and Cromer Pier will not be accessible to the public except for access by the RNLI which is still in operation.

Holt Country Park is open but will be monitored to ensure visitors are following government guidelines on social distancing, and groups of two people or more (unless in the same household) should not be visiting the park for any reason other than to have their one permitted form of outdoor exercise. All other facilities such as the play area and café are closed.

Recycling centres including those at Worstead, Sheringham, Wells and Hempton are also closed. All the latest bin collection information can be found here.

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