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Sheringham

Sometimes called the jewel of the north Norfolk coast, Sheringham is a pretty little coastal village full of charm and character. The village was built from farming and fishing, and, although the number of boats has declined substantially over the years, there is still a small core of determined fishermen looking mainly for shellfish. This does combine though to make really fresh food available.

Sheringham has a typical high street with late nineteenth and early twentieth century buildings though unusually, many of these are made from flint. A market is held every Saturday next to the railway station and is usually packed with bargain hunters. Down on the seafront can be found the "Mo". This is the museum and takes its name...

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Baconsthorpe Castle

Sheringham, Norfolk Coast

Well worth a visit, the significant ruins of Baconsthorpe Castle, a fortified 15C manor house complete with a moat, that is evidence of the rise and fall of the previously very prominent Heydon family

Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate

Sheringham, Norfolk Coast

Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate is a truly wonderful location for a day out. The hall itself is a place of mystery and intrigue that will keep you entertained for many an hour. Outside the gardens...

 

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