Planning a school or other group visit
We welcome visits from schools and other groups.
If you’re planning a school, or other group, visit to Cromer Parish Church, please read this information carefully. Then download and complete the Visit Planning form at the bottom of the page and email it to the address on the form.
The information you provide will help us to help you by making the most suitable arrangements for your visit, so that you have a safe, enjoyable and worthwhile time at the Parish Church. We offer support from experienced guides and have supporting information and resources for different age groups. To help us plan for your visit, we need the right information so that we can choose the right people to work with you and manage things effectively, especially during the busy summer months.
Groups must be supervised by an appropriate number of adults. This is your responsibility and we expect you to apply standard adult : child ratios, according to age, at all times – for the group overall and in any smaller groups.
When visiting, you should probably allow up to an hour to explore the church.
We have a pair of peregrine falcons nesting on the church tower, so the tower is closed to all visitors until further notice. We know this may disappoint many visitors, but it simply isn’t possible to climb the tower whilst the birds are there. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
We have a large number of visitors and anyone planning to come with a group should contact Anne Cottingham (our School and Group Visits Coordinator) well in advance so that we can make the necessary arrangements and avoid clashes with other groups and events. The best way to do this is by completing the Visit Planning form, below.
Please work carefully through the form, completing all details, before emailing it to our School and Group Visits Coordinator.