Cromer is a town on the northern coast of the English county of Norfolk, not far from regional hub Sheringham.
Close to the town, Oxburgh Hall is a key landmark in the area. Built in 1482 by Sir Edmund Bedingfield, the property is surrounded by a moat and includes a priests hole and chapel due to its history as a Catholic stronghold. The area surrounding the hall is renowned throughout the region for its range of flora and fauna, especially local wildflowers that bloom each spring.
Nearby, the Norfolk Broads are a renowned area of rivers and lakes formed by the flooding of low-lying peat lands. An important part of Britain’s natural beauty, the Broads are emblematic of Norfolk’s understated appeal.
Throughout the area, from East Runton to Overstrand, Floom’s Cromer flower delivery covers the whole community.