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    North Norfolk Railway

    The North Norfolk Railway The North Norfolk Railway offers a 10.5 mile round trip by steam train (vintage diesel trains on some journeys) through a delightful area of North Norfolk designated as being of outstanding natural beauty. To the south are wooded hills and the Norfolk beauty spots of Kelling Read more [...]

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    Otterndorf Green

    Sheringham is twinned with two other communities, Otterndorf in Saxony, Germany and Muzillac in Brittany, France. Otterndorf Twinning Association The Sheringham – Otterndorf Twinning Association came into being following extensive enquiries by both Sheringham and Otterndorf Town Councils to find a suitable partner town with which to enter into a Read more [...]

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    RNLI Coastal Watch Tower

    Coastal Watch Tower Enjoy a picturesque walk along the coast to visit the Coastal Watch Tower. You’ll enjoy views along the coast to Weybourne and back towards Sheringham and Beeston Bump.   Don’t forget to visit the RNLI charity shop in town.

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    RNLI Sheringham Lifeboat Station

    Sheringham Lifeboat Station is run entirely by volunteers committed to saving lives at sea. This website aims to provide an insight to the men and equipment that have made, and continue to make, Sheringham Lifeboat Station a success since 1838.

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    Sheringham Beach

    Sheringham Beach. A colourful sandy beach with rock pools at low tide. Lined with beach huts. Grab an ice cream and tip your toes in.     Please be aware of NNDC environmental protection restrictions for the beach: Dogs are banned on the beach between the 1st of May and Read more [...]

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    Sheringham Boating Lake

    Model Boating Lake The model boating lake is a perfect place for the kids to try out their new model boats, or you can just admire as a spectator. Also benefiting from an old Victorian shelter with a seating area. From here you can get a wonderful view the wind farm Read more [...]

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    Sheringham Clock Tower

    The ‘Mary Pym’. The clock tower, was presented to Sheringham by a lady called Mary Pym in 1901. The building on which the clock sits was erected in 1862 at a cost of £220. It started life as one of the town’s reservoirs receiving piped water from local springs. Women Read more [...]

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