A body found on Thursday, 24 October is believed to be that of a missing man from Sheringham.Read the full story ›
The North Norfolk Railway is launching an appeal to reinstate a demolished platform building at Sheringham railway station.Read the full story ›
An electricity line fault has left the towns of Cromer and Sheringham without power.Read the full story ›
Up to 40,000 people are expected in the Norfolk towns of Sheringham and Holt as the clock is turned back to the 1940s and wartime Britain.Read the full story ›
Work on a sinkhole which opened up in Sheringham High Street is expected to be completed by the end of August.Read the full story ›
A hole in the road has opened up in Sheringham, closing the High StreetRead the full story ›
More than a hundred brave souls have taken a New Year's Day dip in the chilly waters of the North Sea off Norfolk to raise cash for Sheringham lifeboat.
The swimmers took to the water at 1am in support of the RNLI.
Sheringham on the north Norfolk coast near Cromer has had a lifeboat station for nearly 170 years. It was the first station to receive a B class Atlantic 75 lifeboat.
Plans to build a ten million pound leisure centre in Sheringham have been approved by North Norfolk District Council.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information after thieves smashed their way into Sheringham Lifeboat Station over the weekend.Read the full story ›
A popular annual steam gala has been postponed because of safety fears following the recent dry spell.
The North Norfolk Railway, running between Sheringham and Holt, was due to host the event in a couple of weeks' time.
But organisers say the threat of line-side fires caused by sparks from the locomotives igniting the very dry fields surrounding the track remains too high.
"With the dry weather set to return through August and into September, we have had to make the difficult decision to reschedule the gala which usually takes place in September.
"With a number of areas of vulnerable landscape along the Sheringham to Holt route we feel that we have a duty of care and that it is of the utmost importance that we protect the delightful countryside and our neighbours' property that we run through."
The gala, which will include a visit from the National Railway Museum's Oliver Cromwell locomotive, will take place between October 12 and 14 instead.