Dippers brave North Sea for charity
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North Sea dippers take Boxing Day plunge for RNLI

More than 300 people raced into the North Sea off the coast in Norfolk on Boxing Day for the annual Cromer Dip to raise money for charity.

The annual event in the seaside town, organised by the North Norfolk Beach Runners (NNBR), has taken place since 1985 when it was originally organised as "a bit of a dare".

Over the years it has raised more than £120,000 for good causes. This year the money will be donated to the RNLI.

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  • 26 Dec 2016