The Sheringham History Group is back at the Sheringham Museum on the seafront for the 6th November meeting. Roger Richardson will talk about the history of the Sheringham Fire and Rescue Service. Roger is the latest of the five generations of his family who have served in the local Fire and Rescue service. Roger will also discuss some of the many changes that have occurred over the years, culminating in the move to the new emergency services station on the Cromer Road.
Meet at the Sheringham Museum at the Mo.
The Museum is on the seafront in Sheringham. At the bottom of the High Street, turn right and walk along the sea wall for about 100 metres. The museum will be in front of you. Please use the School Entrance towards the rear of the building.
The talk starts at 7.30 with coffee/tea from 7.00.
Visitors are asked for a donation of £2.