Lack of mental health services blamed for spate of suicides in Cromer

Cromer fisherman Adam Brown who took his own life in June. Credit: Shawnie Brown, brother

A lack of mental health services has been blamed for a spate of suicides in Cromer.Campaigners say up to seven young men have taken their own lives. Among them fisherman Adam Brown - now his parents fear his brother will kill himself too.

Natalie Gray reports.

A public meeting, called ‘Rebuild NHS Mental Health Services in North Norfolk’, will be held at Cromer Methodist Church on Friday, November 30, at 6.30pm.