Community Social Groups

Sheringham plays host to a wide range of social groups. they range from arts based groups to health and gardening, music and sport. Without a doubt, there really is something for everyone.

What are you waiting for? Try something new today and get involved.

Community Organisations

There are many community organisations in Sheringham, providing support, advice and education, as well as opportunities for volunteering.


There are many churches and faith groups in Sheringham. These organisations also run many social, support  and activity groups in the town.


Explore this section for medical advice and support out of hours, as well as to identify and contact local medical facilities.


Sheringham’s award winning beaches are waiting for you to come and enjoy them. Find out about them, local beach facilities and safety as well as the latest tide and weather forecasts.

Missing the sea… catch up on our live beach webcam.


Domestic Abuse & Violence

Sheringham Town Council has pledged to not stay silent about or condone domestic violence or abuse as part of the White Ribbon Campaign.

Use the information here to find out about the local support services, refuges and the advice lines available.

If you are in immediate danger dial 999


A full range of sports are accessible in the area for all age ranges.

Why not try something different or start on a new healthy lifestyle with our directory of options.



The north Norfolk coast provides a spectacular backdrop and great creative stimulus for the local festivals and arts projects, which take place in the area.

Sheringham District Society

The main objectives of the Society, as defined by the constitution, are to preserve and improve features of historic interest, to promote high standards of planning and architecture and to stimulate interest in the area of benefit, which is the town of Sheringham and the parishes of Upper Sheringham and Beeston Regis.


Sheringham Museum

Sheringham Museum continues to raise its profile as one of the town’s premier tourist attractions. The recent award of the ‘Hidden Gem’ Accolade by VisitEngland came as a fine surprise to the Museum’s team – manager Lisa Little and her band of enthusiastic volunteers.