Thanks to financial assistance from Sheringham Town Council the roof of the lifeboat shed was renewed in time for opening over the school Easter holidays, and with the usual helpful assistance of the Combined Cadet Force at Gresham’s School, all was made clean, shipshape and Bristol fashion in the HRU shed.
Thanks to much better weather over Easter than was experienced last year, we got off to a good start with lots of visitors. At the end of the holiday we will close again until 3rd May when we open for the main part of the season.
Our Social Secretary, Maureen Cooper, has provided a varied and lively series of talks for our regular coffee mornings and is busy planning trips for members and friends, to Gressenhall, How Hill and possibly the Yarmouth Maritime Festival (see Events).
Anyone looking for the opening times for the Fishermen’s Heritage Centre and Peter Coke Shell Gallery in 2014 should look under the separate section – Opening Times.
The annual Art Exhibition will again take place in the Masonic Hall on Cromer Road at the end of August (dates to be confirmed).
As usual, especially in the Fishermen’s Heritage Centre, we need people to come forward to replace volunteer stewards who are no longer able to continue with their vital and enjoyable work. Please contact us if you live in or near Sheringham and are able to help (see Contact Us).
The Sheringham Society is a thriving group and we always welcome new members (see Join Us).