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Cromer is twinned with Nidda, Germany and Crest, France.
The town has an Air Training Corps Squadron and an Army Cadet Force Platoon, based at Cromer High School.
Cromer became a resort in the early 19th century, with some of the rich Norwich banking families making it their summer home.
Visitors included the future King Edward VII, who played golf here.
The local government authority is North Norfolk District Council, whose headquarters is in Holt Road in the town.
Cromer suffered several bombing raids during the Second World War.
Shortly after one raid, Cromer featured as the location for an episode of "An American In England", written by Norman Corwin with the narrator staying in the Red Lion Hotel and retelling several local accounts of life in the town at wartime.
In 1888 a small pleasure steamer called Victoria struck the remains of the church tower, and the rock was subsequently blown up for safety.
In the present day, members of Great Yarmouth sub-aqua club dived at the site, and salvaged artefacts from both the medieval church and the wreck of Victoria.
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Close to the town's pier the RNLI Henry Blogg Museum is housed inside the early 21st century Rocket House.