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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Sheringham Tribute to the fallen- a new book launched
On Tuesday 23rd October Town Mayor Madeleine Ashcroft and Deputy Mayor Liz Withington were honoured to attend the launch of …
New skateboard park design- plans chosen by public vote
After months of work behind the scenes Rob Sayles reported that a public vote had been held at Splash to …
Fantastic Carnival praised by Sheringham Town Council
At the meeting of the town council on the 7th August, Mayor Madeleine Ashcroft asked for the council to send …
Major step forward for new £10 million Sheringham Leisure Centre
Date published: 27th July 2018 A project to build a multi-million pound, state of the art leisure facility in Sheringham …
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.