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Crab & Lobster Festival

An event in May in Norfolk
Cromer
Norfolk
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It seems only right that there should be a festival to celebrate the food legend Cromer Crab . This festival is held over a weekend in May in Cromer and Sheringham, two of Norfolk's premier seaside towns.

Two fun filled days and nights packed with events, competitions and entertainment. Featuring a Grand Opening Concert, cookery demonstrations with local chefs and "cook offs", the World Pier Crabbing Championships, music, street performers, a street market, heritage & seafaring crafts... and much more.

Email : enquiries@crabandlobsterfestival.co.uk

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