2012 was one of our most successful years ever, and so far 2013 is going tolerably well.
Our opening times are similar to last year (see our Opening Times page). Although we have managed to replace some of the stewards who had to resign at the end of last year because of health problems, we are always on the lookout for more. Lack of stewards has meant that the Shell Gallery has not always been open at the advertised times, which can be very disappointing for potential visitors, especially if they have travelled a long way. So if you live locally and would like to volunteer, please get in touch right away.
Maureen Cooper, our Social Secretary has produced another attractive series of events (see Events page). Please note that all our coffee mornings are now held in St Joseph’s Hall on Cromer Road, owing to the impending sale of the St John Hall.
We are still facing the prospect of major expensive repairs to the roof of the HRU lifeboat shed – a problem which is currently being addressed.
As regular visitors to this site will know, Sheringham Preservation Society became the Sheringham and District Society (Sheringham Society for short) just over a year ago. There is another Sheringham Society, dedicated to the memory of a writer on angling called Hugh Tempest Sheringham. Putting Sheringham Society into Google or similar will bring up both, or you can go straight to www.sheringhamsociety.com.