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Map of Sheringham promenade

Sheringham promenade

Like nearby Cromer, this is a short town seafront promenade route with rugged cliff views at each end, colourful beach huts. A number of access points into the town and a short clifftop promenade for those panoramic views. Added to the existing artwork along the walls and historic information in 2016 a new set of amazing wall murals were added that make this an experience not to be missed.

Illustration for Sheringham promenade

Length of walk:  Seafront promenade about 3/4 of a mile (1300m and the clifftop promenade under 1/4 mile (350m)

Location:  North Norfolk coast a few miles west of Cromer

Getting there: Well signed
by public transport:  Bus: Regular bus services into the town including Coasthopper. Rail: Bittern Line from Norwich
by cycling or walking:  On Norfolk Coast Path

Site owned/managed by North Norfolk District Council www.north-norfolk.gov.uk Information boards in car parks and further information along promenades

On site

Parking:  A range of car parks and parking in town

Shop and café: Selection of vendors along lower promenade; wide selection in town

Toilets: Four blocks in Sheringham

Accessibility and family provision

Toilets: Disabled accessible and baby changing East (lower) and West promenade

Hire equipment: Sheringham Mobility shop

Wheelchair access: Both proms accessible. (Most of town on level but narrow pavements to some of shopping areas)

Induction loops: Check with individual premises

For families: Good range of facilities in Sheringham

Dogs: Allowed on promenade; season restrictions to some beach areas

Access for all route

Start & Finish. Depends on user 

Distance(s). Seafront promenade about 3/4 of a mile / 1300m and the clifftop promenade under 1/4 mile / 300m

Accessibility. Suitable for buggies and wheelchairs

Gradients. Yes, slopes to access lower seafront promenade

Stiles & Gates. None. There are step alternatives

Surface.  Concrete or tarmac

Waymarking. General fingerpost signs

Seating. Yes

Specific hazards. No kerb between lower promenade and beach below

Footwear/clothing. No special footwear; clothing to suit weather

Downloadable Walks for all guide sheet

East promenade beach huts

East promenade beach huts

Upper promenade near boating pond

Upper promenade near boating pond