What's On in the Sheringham Area
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Viewing listings for April 2014 (16 results found)
Search for the clues in the wild garden, return to the visitor centre with your completed answer sheet to collect your Easter prize
10am to 4:15pm
When this railway line was closed due to the mass closure of many rural railways by Beeching in the 1960's many thought that was the end of trains to our Coast. But how wrong could they be .... 157,800 passengers in 2013 !
The North Norfolk Railway is pleased to announce details regarding the forthcoming event; marking 50 years from the closure of the line to Melton Constable back on Monday 6th April 1964.
BUT more importantly this is the time to relive the 1960's fun and dress style. Dress up and become part of the nostalgic revival in the town that welcomes period diversity...
Sample a variety of puddings whilst being entertained.
Saturday 5th April
Why not come and sample the very best in adventure days for children & families?
Monday to Fridays
Suitable for children aged 6 years and over
Booking is essential - please call 01263 824514.
Easter Holidays: 7th - 18th April
Foxes, badgers and deer live in the Park but are seldom seen. Learn how to follow the trails these animals make and spot the tell-tale signs they leave behind.
Come and meet some amazing amphibians! Learn how to tell a frog from a toad and pond dip for tadpoles
Our 2014 Easter Youth Production is LES MISÉRABLES School Edition, a spectacular show with a cast of local under-19′s.
An production not to be missed !!
7.30pm. Sat Matinees at 2.30pm
A new song Road Safety Song called 'Stop! Stop! Stop!' 12 bar blues, for 5-7 years. We will be learning the song in 'Signalong' clapping, stamping and making puppets. Certificates will be given at the end of the workshop. Community police will be there.
Join us as we go in search of Britain's only venomous snake ' the adder!
Sheringham Park National Trust have organised a special event. Join us as we look for the incredible creatures that can be found living on (and in!) the beach.
The Sheringham and District Society hold a series of talks during the year, usually on the last Thursday of the month. All are welcome.
James Stanbrook - Woodfield School "Hopes and Aspirations"