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What's On in the Sheringham Area

Welcome to our What's On database for Sheringham and the surrounding area  for 2015.





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Viewing listings for February 2016 (8 results found)

12 February 2016

Strange Fascination Theatre are holding a Valentines Day special at the coffee house cafe opposite the railway station

'You Only Love Once' is a comedy adventure based on Bond with a three course meal thrown in 

A recent Trip Advisor report said recently:

We went to the 1920s Murder Mystery Evening in December, the first time we had ever been to anything like this. What a terrific experience! Delicious food, well presented with great service. Fantastic atmosphere created by the actors who mingled with the clientele, all of whom were dressed 1920s style to add to the fun. Well done to all involved. Can't wait for the next event in February.

13 February 2016 to 14 February 2016

Sheringham plays host to a Vikings Weekend for the Second year

Viking Festival!

13th / 14th February
Sheringham Town

 

•   Torch light parade
Slave Market
Sword & Shield making 
•   Burning a viking longboat at sea
•   Tradition food and mead
•   Music and street performances
•   Historical street production using re-enactment groups

Dress up and come along!

Sheringham Carnival Website for updates 


8.00am - 10.00pm

Viking Festival 2016

13 February 2016 to 21 February 2016

The UK's largest privately owned working Military collection opens ready for the School Half Term Holiday

Many new miniature model displays have been carefully crafted over the winter and are ready for you to see.

With over 25 working tanks in the collection there are opportunities to see these being driven.

Sporting a new look website and an App giving you an insight into its collections.

See the Website 


10am - 5pm (last entry 4pm)

Muckleburgh Collection

16 February 2016 to 17 February 2016

Learn the signs animals leave behind and make a plastercast print. Then take a walk off the beaten track to look for animal signs - footprints, feeding signs and poo! Finally we'll check our camera trap to see animal activity from the night before

Booking on  08442491895

See Website Page


10.30am - 12.30pm

Sheringham Park (NT) showing Rhododendrons

17 February 2016 to 18 February 2016

Hilltop Family Adventure Days 2016

Give Boredom the Boot during the school holidays! 

Download our 2016 Adventure Day Leaflet soon!

Prices and Times

Half Day: £20.00 pp   10:00-13:00  OR  13:30-16:30

Full Day: £38.00 pp    10:00-16:30   (30 min break for lunch) 

2016 Opening dates

February Half Term: 17th & 18th February 2016

Easter Holidays: Tuesday 29th March - Friday 8th April 2016

May Half Term: Tuesday 31st May - Friday 3rd June 2016

Summer Holidays: Monday 25th July - Friday 2nd September 2016

Booking is essential - please call 01263 824514 or email: office@hilltopoutdoorcentre.co.uk

Hilltop Activity Centre

18 February 2016
We'll go out as night falls to see what's stirring after the sun sets. Star gazing and Going on a nature walk at night are two of the 50 things to do before you're 11 and ¾ !
 
Booking required 08442491895
 

4.30pm - 6.30pm

23 February 2016 to 27 February 2016

This hilarious, well-known and much-loved comedy starts with the Parish Council awaiting their new vicar. To their shock, the new vicar turns out to be a woman called Geraldine. A chocolate loving, non-traditional, radical woman vicar with a wicked sense of humour.

Box Office 01263 822347

See Website page

Sheringham Little Theatre - Vicar of Dibley FEb 20

25 February 2016
The Sheringham and District Society hold a series of talks during the year, usually on the last Thursday of year month. All are welcome.
The talks – 10.15 for 10.30am - are held in the St. Joseph’s Hall, Cromer Road, Sheringham. There is a small charge for the talks of £3 per person which includes coffee/tea and delicious home- made cake.
 
Smuggling Tales - Talk by Richard Edwards - Sheringham Coastwatch
 

10.15am for 10.30am

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