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Community ‘Thank you’ Awards – Pop-up stall

Sheringham Town Council members are out and about on Saturday 4th February taking your nominations for this years Community ‘Thank you’ Awards.

There will be a pop-up stall at the Clock Tower on Saturday afternoon, where you can nominate a volunteer whose volunteering you believe enriches our community.

If you can’t make it on Saturday, you can nominate using our online form.

Closing date for nominations is Monday 6th March.


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Parish Council Meeting 2023

Date for your diaries…

The Annual Parish Meeting is not a Town Council meeting, but a meeting of electors where the Chair/Mayor and other Town Council members provide reports and updates about our community. Attendees can make comment on any agenda item and questions are welcome. All Sheringham residents, community groups & organisations are welcome and encouraged to attend.

The Sheringham Parish Council meeting will be held on

Tuesday 14th March 2023

Starts 6pm at the

Sheringham Community Centre




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Community ‘Thank You’ Awards 2022/23

Make your nominations now…

We want to acknowledge and thank the many people in our Town who volunteer their time to make a difference to the lives of people who live here.

You could nominate a volunteer at a club that you or your child attends, a neighbour, someone who volunteers to improve the local environment, someone who has raised money for a local charity, a voluntary group or not-for-profit organisation or any other person whose volunteering enriches our community.

Nominees must be unpaid, live or volunteer in the Town and their voluntary work should benefit residents of Sheringham.

We encourage nominations for children and young people as well as adults.

Everyone who is nominated will receive a certificate of thanks from the Council.

Closing date Monday 6th March 2023

Nomination forms can be emailed to  info@sheringhamtowncouncil.gov.uk OR  posted through the letter box at the Community Centre


May Elections 2023

From 4 May 2023voters in England will need to show photo ID to vote at polling stations in some elections.

This will apply to:

  • Local elections
  • Police and Crime Commissioner elections
  • UK parliamentary by-elections
  • Recall petitions

From October 2023 it will also apply to UK General elections too

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Councillor Coffee Morning

The next coffee morning will be held at the Community Centre in the main hall on Wednesday 25th January between 9am-11am.

This is a great opportunity for residents to come and meet some of your County, District & Town Councillors who will be on hand to explain projects that are underway and to listen to your views, ideas or concerns.

No booking necessary, just pop in and say hello. ‘You’ll receive a warm welcome in a warm space’.

FREE refreshments for all visitors.


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Road Closure – Beeston & Cromer road

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL proposes to make a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (NTRO6106) affecting the C507 Beeston Road from 42m north of its junction with A149 Cromer Road for 20m northwards in the TOWN OF SHERINGHAM to facilitate stop tap replacement works. The road will be temporarily closed (except for access) from 31st January to 2nd February 2023 for the duration of the works expected to be about 3 days within the period.

Alternative route is via: C507 Beeston Road, A149 Cromer Road, U11446 Church Street, U11445 High Street, C507 Wyndham Street.

If necessary, the restriction could run for a maximum period of 18 months from the date of the Order. Penalty: £1000 maximum fine on conviction and/or endorsement for contravention. In the event of the start date being delayed the new start date will be displayed on site in advance.

The person dealing with enquiries at Norfolk County Council is Vinnie Purdy (Community and Environmental Services) contactable by telephone at 0344 800 8020 or email at streetworks@norfolk.gov.uk.


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Learning for Communities

Sheringham Town Council has been working with Norfolk Adult Learning following the success of the Slow cooker course held in November and will be hosting some more courses in the new year.

If you are interested in any of the courses or would like to have more details visit www.norfolk.gov.uk and search for education-and-learning / adult learning or ring the team direct on 0344 800 8020. Courses will be held at the Sheringham Community Centre:

* 16th Jan to 6th Feb: Business Start up

* 9th Jan to 6th Feb: Computer skills

* 27th Feb to 27th March: Computer skills

* 27th Feb to 27th March: Business skills

More information about these courses can be found on the attached posters.

ADED Branding and Marketing

ADED Business start up

ADED Computer Skills for Beginners

ADED Computer Skills


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Armistice day and Remembrance Sunday

On behalf of Sheringham Town Council I would like to thank all the people who helped to commemorate this year’s Armistice Day and remembrance Sunday. For the first time in three years residents were able to march behind Piper Jacob Millin, setting off from the Salvation Army up to the War Memorial in town.

Alan Daniels organised the March and the parade as well as ensuring that all the wreaths were laid. Brownies and Scouts read out the names of all the people who are commemorated on our war memorial and of course we also took the opportunity to remember those who had been lost in the later conflicts during the Falklands and Iraq.

The service was conducted by the rector of Saint Peters Church.

How lucky we are in our town to have so many people who are willing to help to make such an occasion memorable for all of us. A special mention for the members of the carnival committee who made sure the roads were safe for us and for the music from the Members of the Salvation Army band.

Cllr Madeleine Ashcroft


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Councillor Vacancy

Become a Sheringham Town Councillor and make a difference in your community.

Sheringham Town Council is looking for an individual who is passionate about making sure Sheringham remains a vibrant and welcoming place for those who live, work and visit here. The vacancy is to be filled by co-option as no election was called when the vacancy was first advertised. No specific experience is required to join the Council, the appointment is official unpaid work, you are required to be over the age of 18 and a registered elector with a passion for serving your community.

If you are interested in this position and would like to apply, please contact Sarah Peberday on 01263 822213 or email info@sheringhamtowncouncil.gov.uk – The vacancy closes on Friday 23rd December 2022.

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New Clerk Sarah Peberday

New Town Clerk brings ambitions to build greater links with the Community.

Sarah Peberday has joined Sheringham Town Council as Clerk.  She said her ambitions were to build stronger links with the Community and local groups, assist with environmental matters and social engagement.

New Clerk Sarah Peberday