Around half a million tourists descend on Cromer’s sandy beaches every year. The town’s coastline is dotted with sea shelters including The Marrams shelter. The shelter has offered refuge for locals and holidaymakers since the 1930’s. Now, as a result of being battered by the bracing sea breezes, it’s in need of some attention to restore it to its former splendour.
Julia Bradbury and Matt Baker from the BBC Countryfile program come to the rescue with a band of local volunteers using Bedec Multi Surface Paint, available from Promain and a graffiti artist, as well as the North Norfolk District Council.