Welcome to Sheringham Town Council
Sheringham Town Council (STC) has 16 members who are unpaid Public Servants. They are the first tier of Local Government, raising taxes through a precept each year to cover the local services and projects for which it is responsible.
The strength of a local council is that it is able to make a unique response to the needs of the community of Sheringham, with a sensitivity, that neither North Norfolk District Council or Norfolk County Council can achieve. STC also has a vital role to play in representing the interests of the community it serves and influencing other decision makers.
What is going on in the area
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Anglian Water’s Latest Update on the Sink Hole
3 members of the Anglian Water Team attended a Sheringham Chamber of Trade meeting along with Sheringham Town Council, North …
Sheringham honoured to take part in the Lord’s Mayors Parade – Can you join us?
sheringham have been invited to join in the Lord Mayor’s Procession on the 6th July and a fantastic community project …
Do you want to make a difference in Sheringham? Come and join the Council
What is it that you love about Sheringham? How would you make life better for the residents and visitors to …
Sheringham Open for Business Despite Sink Hole
One week on from the sudden appearance of a sink hole in the High Street, the site is already looking …
Step back in time
History of Sheringham
The story of Sheringham stretches back over many centuries and is built around tales of ordinary folk who settled below the glacial moraine (the cromer ridge) left by the last ice age.