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District and Parish Council Elections

Make a change, become a Councillor

If you care about where you live and are passionate about your community, why not consider standing as a candidate in these elections?

Becoming a Councillor will allow you to make a real difference in our town, engaging with residents, local groups and businesses to find out their needs. Making decisions on projects for the Town Council to take forward and getting involved locally to make sure services are meeting the community’s needs.

For full details and your nomination forms visit:


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Beeston Hills Putting Green



The Tender process is now open.

Applicants are invited to submit sealed Tender bids in excess of £2000 to Sheringham Town Council by 5pm on Monday 20th March.

Addressed to ‘The Clerk’


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Annual Parish Meeting – POSTPONED

Due to operational constraints, the Council have met today and made the decision to postpone the Sheringham Annual Parish Meeting scheduled for 14th March to a later date, this will be announced following the next full council meeting on 21st March.

The Council apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and hope that you will be able to join us at a later date.





The Annual Parish Meeting is not a Town Council Meeting, but a meeting of electors where the Chair/Mayor presides and gives a report; The Clerk and Chairs of Council Committees also provide updates on achievements and future projects.

Community groups and organisations are encouraged to attend. Parishioners can make comment on any item and raise any other queries and concerns they may have.
All residents of Sheringham are welcome to attend. Please come along and hear more about everything the Council is doing for the Community and share ideas and feedback.

Casual Caretaking Staff – We’re Hiring…

Join our team and make a difference in your Community.

We are looking for casual caretaking staff for the Community Centre. Tasks will include opening & closing the Community centre, cleaning, greeting hirers, setting up and clearing away tables and chairs.

For more information or to apply, please email


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Street Light Update

Streetlighting Replacement Update

We are pleased to confirm that the replacement of Sheringham Town Council’s 131 owned streetlights is in the final phases.  Contractors over the course of the next few weeks will be finalising the connection and removal of the lampposts across Sheringham.  They will also be replacing the lanterns with low energy led models.

Once completed the Town will benefit from the savings made as there is a significant saving on energy costs, the savings made will be invested in other projects for the benefit of Sheringham and its residents.

If you would like to find out more or have any suggestions, please come to the Annual Town meeting, 6pm, 14th March – Sheringham Community Centre.

Contact the team:

Beeston Commons – Tree Safety work

Sheringham Town Council has completed a Health & Safety tree survey and are now looking to employ a contractor to undertake the works required specific to Beeston Commons. Are you and your team a company who could potentially undertake the work that is required?

If this a project that you would be interested in taking on, please contact and we will supply the work details to you.

The deadline for receipt of all quotes/tenders is Wednesday 15th February 2023 in readiness for the Full Council meeting on 21st February for decision.

Expressions of Interest invited – SCAP

Expressions of Interest invited– SCAP

‘On behalf of the Sheringham Community Art Project, (SCAP), Sheringham Town Council would like to receive expressions of interest from any businesses interested in the supply of the following services:

  1. Professional architectural and structural engineering services to support the installation of a wooden embossed structure to a promenade wall. The value of services is circa. £2000.00
  2. Purchase of 240-volt hand power tools, (drill, sander, chop-saw, etc), and associated consumables, paint and hand tools. The value of the equipment and consumables is less than £3000.00
  3. Provision of scaffold access to enable safe access for the painting of murals in some shelters along the East Promenade. The value of services is circa £500.00

In the first instance, please make your interest known by email to the Town Clerk who will provide more detailed information. The closing date for expressions of interest is Friday 17th February 2023. Sheringham Town Council Clerk’s email address is:

The Sheringham Community Art Project, (SCAP) is about the creation of new murals which promote Deep History Coast themes along the East Promenade in Sheringham including:

  • East Prom murals will feature DHC themes including a flint-knapper and a stone age village.
  • One of the East Prom murals will include a wooden embossed structure of the West Runton Mammoth; the intention is for this to be a life-size sculpture.

Friday Socials… Come join the fun

Sheringham Community Centre will be the hub for a series of bi-weekly Friday Social events, starting from 17th February 2023. 

This joint initiative is being run by Sheringham Town Council and Sheringham Little Theatre with the aim to bring, fun, connectiveness, and Community spirit to the Town of Sheringham. 

Town Clerk, Sarah Peberday said – “The sessions are open to all – couples, families, single people – we want to provide something every other Friday which enables people across Town and beyond to socialise for a couple of hours.  Refreshments will be provided at all sessions; each session will have a different activity.” 

The first session on 17th February is a “Prize” Bingo session between 1:30 and 3:30pm, followed by a Quiz afternoon on 3rd March and Tea Dance on 17th March.  Future events planned are a Game Show afternoon, Coronation Party and a Plant swap. Entry is free – with refreshments on a “pay what you can” basis. 

If you would like to find out more, please call 01263 822213  (Booking is advised but not essential – drop ins welcome)  

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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