North Norfolk Council has halved the price of renting a beach hut in a bid to encourage more people to visit the coast.
The funeral service for a couple from Norfolk who died from gunshot wounds earlier this month has taken place.
A council leader and his wife have been found shot dead at Cromer in Norfolk. Police are trying to discovered what led to the shootings.
Detectives are investigating the personal lives of a Norfolk council leader and his wife found shot dead outside their home. Police believe Keith Johnson, 58, shot his wife Andrea, 44, before killing himself. Some witnesses say Mr Johnson was looking depressed the day before the shootings.
Post mortem results have confirmed that the couple shot dead in Cromer died of gunshot wounds.
Officers from the Norfolk and Suffolk Joint Major Investigation Team are continuing their investigation into what lies behind the deaths of Andrea and Keith Johnson, at Compit Hills, Cromer, on Sunday.
Local neighbourhood officers and Police Community Support Officers are still at the scene and will be working with detectives to support and reassure their families and the wider community affected by the tragic events.
The family of Cromer shooting victim Andrea Johnson say they are devastated by her death.
Police say they believe Andrea, who was 44, was shot dead by her husband Keith in the garden of their home at Compit Hills just outside Cromer. He then turned the gun on himself. Her family issued a tribute.
– Andrea Johnson's family
She was a wonderful daughter, aunt and sister. She was so bubbly and full of life, she adored her family and has been tragically taken from us. She will be very sorely missed.Please leave us to grieve in peace at this sad time.'
The detective leading the investigation into the deaths of a couple in Cromer has confirmed police believe that the woman was shot before the man turned the gun on himself.
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Guy, commenting on the enquiry said:
"While investigations continue into the full circumstances surrounding the couple's deaths, at the moment it is thought that two shots were fired. We believe the first shot led to the death of the woman followed by the second shot which led to the death of the man."
"It is with enormous shock and huge sadness that we have learned of the deaths of Council Leader Keith Johnson and his wife Andrea. Keith was a highly respected and much loved Member of North Norfolk District Council."
"He will be greatly missed by the Council and his death is a great loss to the whole community. Keith and Andrea were well known by many people in the district and our thoughts and prayers go out to both their families and close friends."
Sheila Oxtoby - CEO, North Norfolk District Council
"I am sure that everyone in North Norfolk and many much further afield will share the deep sense of loss that I and all my colleagues at the District Council feel at this terrible news."
"Keith was a great champion for North Norfolk and a great friend, and he worked tirelessly for the Council and for the people who live here. We will all miss him hugely."
Tom FitzPatrick - Deputy Leader, North Norfolk District Council
North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb said he was "deeply shocked" by the death of council leader Keith Johnson
"I've known Keith for some years through his work on the council and we both attended the wedding of a mutual friend a few years ago," he said.
"We've always been on very good terms despite the fact I'm Lib Dem and he was a Conservative. I didn't know Andrea beyond seeing them both at civic events but she was always good for a friendly chat. I share the community's sense of disbelief and my heart goes out to their family and friends."
A neighbour of a council leader and his wife who died of gunshot wounds at the weekend said the husband had seemed "really depressed" the day before their deaths.
Derek Houlston, whose garden backs on to the couple's property, said:
"He was always very friendly but we saw him doing his paper round - which she got him to do to keep fit - on Saturday and he seemed really depressed. I said hello but he just kept his head down and didn't respond. It's really sad because they seemed like such a lovely couple."
David Stow, who lives nearby, said "I knew them to speak to and they always seemed a very nice couple."