Things to see & do

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Nature update

Warm sunny days are still providing a lot of butterfly interest. Red admirals in particular can be seen in good numbers. Nuthatch's are very vocal at the moment and with the autumn migration in full flow keep an eye out for anything unusual. 

Our walks

  • Temple walk - short on length big on views
  • Repton walk - views by Humphry Repton
  • Ramblers route - see a wide variety of wildlife and plants
  • Tree trail - discover many tree species

Parkrun

A 5km fun run open to all abilities and ages, dogs on lead are also welcome. Enjoy stunning coastal views as the course takes you through park, heath and woodland. Every Sat 9am, cafe open from 8.45am.

Why not try Repton's walk

Repton's big reveal as the hall comes into view © Rod Edwards

See the vision created 200 years ago by landscape gardener Humphry Repton.

Woodland and coastal walk

Fantastic views over the North Norfolk coast and over Repton landscape © Rod Edwards

A circular walk from Sheringham Park into Weybourne, coming back into the park along the cliff-top.

50 Things to do before you're 11 3/4

Den building is all about teamwork

 Autumn provides a great opportunity to tick off some more of those 50 Things.

  •  Pick blackberries
  • Catch a falling leaf
  • Go birdwatching

Find out more about the other 47.

 

 

Fungi Foray

Take a walk with local expert Tony Leech and discover the many varieties of fungi that can be found in Sheringham Park. Can we beat last year’s 48 species?

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