A bustling seaside town built around a thriving high street, with two railway lines. The Bitten Line will get you to Cromer and onwards to Norwich via the Norfolk Broads. The Poppy Line, a heritage steam railway, will take you gracefully via Kelling Heath through the countryside to Holt.
Catch a show at The Little Theatre. Swimming extravaganza at Splash Pool. Rhododendrons in Sheringham Park. An insight into the new off shore wind farm, find the visitors centre at The Mo. Blyth & Wright iron mongers established in 1897, one of the best and well stock hardware stores around. The Mo Museum celebrating the people and boats of Sheringham’s past. The famous Sheringham Shantymen singing their sea shanties. The view from the top of Beeston Bump – who said Norfolk was flat? Market days on Wednesday and Saturday. Crab and Lobster Festival 15th-17th May, a celebration of the local fishing industry. Contemporary art and design led gifts from the Red Lobster Gallery.
Perfect beach for
Cleanliness, one of three Blue Flag Beaches on the coast
Did you know?
The Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm has 88 wind turbines which when complete will supply some 220,000 homes with clean energy.
Coasthopper bus stops
You’ll find Coasthopper stops at:
- The Splash Leisure Centre, Sheringham
- The Golf club, Sheringhamam
- Railway Approach, Sheringham
- Tesco, Sheringham
- Dunstable Arms, Sheringham
- Brook Road, Sheringham
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