What's On in the Sheringham Area
Welcome to our What's On database for Sheringham and the surrounding area for 2015.
Viewing listings for August 2015 (23 results found)
A massive WEEK-LONG festival of fun in and around Sheringham
THE major Sheringham event in the calendar
Brochures are avialable from the Sheringham Caravan and at various shops around town. Cost £1. Contains full list of events.
2nd Aug - CROWNING DAY with activities on The Leas
4th Aug - STREET RACES DAY - 6pm start
5th Aug - CARNIVAL PARADE DAY
9th Aug - TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION
9th Aug - GRAND FIREWORK FINALE
All day events
Sheringham Carnival Queen Crowning will take place on Sheringham Seafront
This event takes over the streets of Sheringham with lots of colourfully dressed up participants, prams, homemade carts; all to have fun in an exciting street race.
The Carnival Float Parade entry form can be found by clicking the link below:
A display of the National Communication Radio Systems which came into service in 1995.
Operated by 32 Signal Regiment (V) in Scotland the unit provides mobile and static communications for deployment at short notice for the British Army.
Museum opening times
Sheringham and District Philatelic Society and J&D Crafts are holding a combined Stamp and Craft Fair on 8th August at the "Lighthouse" Cromer Road, Sheringham
Open from 10 - 4pm
There will be Stamps of the World and many unusual handmade crafts by local Norfolk People, also Charity Stalls. Free Admission.
We support the East Anglian Air Ambulance and Break Charity.
Sheringham Carnival will be concluded with a torchligh parade and fireworks on the seafront.
Sheringham Lifeboat Day is an annual showcase to promote and educate people on Sheringham's Lifeboat & it's history. It is used to help raise awareness. Pop on down to get involved.
It starts at 10am and runs through until 3pm when we have the annual lifeboat service. The local coastguard will do a cliff exercise which will be followed by the Cromer offshore and inshore and Sheringham Lifeboat who will exercise with the and air sea rescue Helicopter.
Live singing and music from the 1940's in the museum cafe.
A nostalgic performance by Teresa Williams and Ervin Munir
of all the popular songs that can be enjoyed over lunch.
1pm - 3pm
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 - 4pm
A 5 mile route near Sheringham including three of our highest peaks,
Beeston Bump, Incleborough Hill and Stone Hill
Amble, stride, jog or run your way around our course; it’s fun for the whole family! Why not bring a picnic too and make a day of it?
£1 per adult, accompanying under 12s free.
No entry fee payable if more than £5 sponsorship is raised. Get yourself, your mascot or your dog sponsored to raise funds for your favourite local charity or local organisation.
Register on the day from our start point on Beeston Common; we’ll provide a map of the route and a number for competitors/entrants. We recommend you wear suitable footwear for walking on roads and footpaths and bring drinking water. If the weather is hot we recommend wearing sun-screen and sun hat. Please be aware the route follows public footpaths which are unsuitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
All day event
Muckleburgh Museum are hosting a rifle event at their site in Weybourne.
Airsoft Combat Action offer visitors participation in firing a rifle at a target
(£2 for 100 rounds and £5 for 300 rounds) or one hours Full Combat Game for £20
Sports, Games, Music, Giant inflatables, Drama, Circus skills, Team challenges, Beach games, Tide fight (tides permitting), BBQ. Find out more about Jesus.
Marquee on "The Leas", The Esplanade, Sheringham sea-front