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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First Meeting of the Town Council takes place at the Community Centre
Tuesday 3rd September saw the Town Council hold their first full council meeting at the Community Centre. Items agreed were …
The High Street is now open
The road was opened by Mayor Madeleine Ashcroft and Dave King…Sinkhole Dave from Anglian Water on Sunday September 1st. The …
Sheringham Survived the Sinkhole Street Party a community success
What a day Sunday 1st September was. It wasn’t a celebration but an acknowledgement that as a town we have …
Sheringham Survives the Sinkhole with a Community Street Party organised by the Carnival Association and supported by the Town Council and Chamber of Trade
As you are all aware on the 25th May an extremely large sinkhole opened up on Sheringham High Street at …
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.