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12 October 2014
Take a walk with local expert Tony Leech and discover the many varieties of fungi that can be found in Sheringham Park.

More Information: Sheringham Park, 01263 820550,

Event details
Buy Tickets at £7.75
Booking Essential 0844 249 1895  Booking Fee Applies


15 October 2014 to 18 October 2014

The Flint Street Nativity was originally a TV comedy produced for Yorkshire Television and aired during Christmas 1999. Tim Firth rewrote the play and added music for this production at the Liverpool Playhouse. 

Little Theatre - Flint Street Nativity

16 October 2014

Come and join us for a night at the Races

Holt Road, Sheringham, NR26 8ND

£2 entry fee per person - call 01263 820520 to book your seats.

All proceeds to The Friends of Sheringham Woodfields School 

Thursday 16th October 2014

18 October 2014

Quality Handmade Crafts, Art & Photography Fair 'Local arts by Local people' at Oddfellows Hall (behind the Crown Pub) Sheringham

Exhibits open from 10am – 4pm

FREE Entry – Exhibitors include (but may vary as available): Driftwood sculptures, Gemstone Jewellery, Handmade Bags, Painted Norfolk Flint cottages, Cards, Knitted goods, Soft furnishings and Patchwork, Tatted Lace, Teapot bird houses, Novelty Gifts, Pottery, Hand painted Glass, Wooden Candle holders, Handmade glass items, Local artists and photographers, please come and have a look.

10am to 4pm

18 October 2014
Learn the basics of mushroom identification in this workshop for adults

Mushrooms and toadstools are fascinating and diverse. Discover the world of fungi and learn how to identify them with this workshop, which includes field and classroom sessions. With Dr Tony Leech.
Cost £25
More Information: Sheringham Park, 01263 820550,


19 October 2014

The quartet was introduced to us by Martin Eaton, a popular and highly regarded Norwich based musician who is involved with a variety of projects. The ensemble was formed in 2003 by four of East Anglia’s best saxophone players and its repertoire is wide-ranging. You can expect every type of jazz from the 1920’s to the present day, with a hint of tango and celtic roots. The line-up is: Martin Thomas (soprano), Anna Parker (alto), Martin Eaton (tenor) and Christine Godfrey (baritone).

Tickets priced at £8.00 per person.
01263 822347
Show Times
Sunday 19th October 7.30pm


Little Theatre - Pinewood Saxophone Quintet

19 October 2014
Take a walk with one of our rangers to seek some of Sheringham Parks champion trees.

Take a walk with ranger Ed to look at some of the special trees that flourish in Sheringham Park, including the largest Scots Pine in England and one of the largest UK snowdrop trees. Discover how specimen trees around the world came to be present in the estate and what they were used for.
Free event (Normal admission charges apply) 

More Information: Sheringham Park, 01263 820550,


25 October 2014 to 01 November 2014
Halloween half term starts on 25th October, and the North Norfolk Railway is ready with a week that’s full of treats and more than a spooky trick or two!

Ghoulies and ghosties abound! At Weybourne Station, if you're feeling brave enough, you can enter the spook-laden Ghostly Grotto, hellish haunt of witches, warlocks and shuddering spiders. 

We'll be running a few special, free to enter, competitions, a fancy dress contest for the best-dressed Hallowe’enster (age limit 15).  And we’ll be looking for the best carved pumpkin, which will earn the winner a family ticket for a fabulous Day Out with Thomas next May.


North Norfolk Railway Halloween Image

30 October 2014

The Sheringham and District Society hold a series of talks during the year, usually on the last Thursday of the month.  All are welcome. 

Tricia Brookes - The History of Sue Ryder Homes

10.15am start 


30 October 2014
Along the theme for this  year’s festival of War and Peace, Natasha will be leading WW1 songs, as well as some other songs centred around the message of Peace. 7.30pm. Presented in The Hub.

Tickets £8.  Please note this will be in our Bar/Foyer of the Theatre.

Show Times
Thursday 30th October 7.30pm


Little Theatre - Sing along the coast

31 October 2014

Fantastic event for all those aged 0 to 11yrs. (0 - 4yrs accompanied by an adult)

There will be Games, Drama, Circus skills, Challenges, Craft, Competitions, Face Painting and more...

Free event - just turn up - no need to book

website info: 

Lighthouse, 62 Cromer Road, Sheringham 

3pm - 5pm

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