On Wednesday, March 6th, David Stannard will be the speaker at the Sheringham History Group. He will review a year in the life of a Norfolk longshoreman, looking at the various species of fish and shellfish that visit our shores annually, or come out of hibernation at certain times of the year.
David will describe the various methods of catching these creatures, how to preserve them, and the best ways to prepare them for the table – all against a background of Norfolk’s remarkable fishing heritage.
The talk will be followed by a simple fish cookery demonstration and of course a tasting of the result!
Meet at The Mo, Sheringham Museum
Please use entrance on Lifeboat Plain
Talk at starts at 7.30 Coffee/tea from 7.00.
Visitors are asked for a donation of £2.