At the age of 36, that defeat signalled the final end of Sheringham's international career, during which he had earned fifty-one caps and scored eleven times for England.

Originally a small North Norfolk fishing village the arrival of the railways in the 1870's turned Sheringham into a popular destination for visitors from far and wide.

Humphry Repton was commissioned to design and produce a 'Red book' for at least nine sites now owned by National Trust. He may have a hand in many other's but he described Sheringham Park as his "most favourite work.”

Spend a day here exploring 1000 acres of varying habitat including woodland, parkland and cliff top. Look out for wildlife, 3 species of deer can be seen alongside a wide variety of birds and butterflies.

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The following season was better, as he helped Spurs finish seventh in the Premiership and reach the semi-final of the FA Cup, just missing out on European football for the 1995–96 season.

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* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

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In May 2014, Sheringham was appointed as an attacking coach with West Ham United.[59] He was credited with a change in West Ham's style of play which led to a run of good form at the start of the 2014–15 season, earning striker Diafra Sakho the Premier League Player of the Month award for October 2014.[60]

Courtyard Café open from 8:45 and visitor centre from 9:30 every Saturday. Visitor centre and Courtyard Café open daily 13 to 21 February 10 - 5 (See note for Saturday opening) and 28 to 31 December, 11 to 4. Closed 24 and 25 December.

Discover learning at our special place. From bushcrafting to land art and minibeast hunting there's plenty to discover and learn about on your visit

Established Sheringham's architecture and history have played host to visitors from the world over from the arrival of the first steam train encouraging them to relax and unwind in its unhurried and natural surroundings. A town of fine local businesses, Sheringham's heritage calls proudly and its sons are fondly and sympathetically remembered from elephants to mammoths, lifeboatmen to shantymen. We hope you enjoy your visit to our town.

The Oddfellows Hall on the Lifeboat Plain, built in 1867, was the original RNLI Lifeboat station and a gathering place for fishermen and boat builders, and has over the years been used as a craft centre, used to exhibit a model railway, and to display a model village. The hall was also used as a shoe factory.

Come along to our Parent and Toddler club, take part in our workshops or get back to nature with one of our forest school sessions.

Sheringham has three schools. One is the Woodfields for disabled children,[12] the other two are Sheringham High School[13] and Sheringham Community Primary School.[14]

If the place runs Gift Aid on Entry, we'll offer you the Gift Aid Admission prices. But it's entirely up to you which ticket you choose. If you want the Standard Admission instead, just let us know when you come to pay.

From conservation work to gardening and greeting visitors there's a role for you at Sheringham Park. Join us and make new friends as you learn about the estate.

With his then long-term partner Denise Simms, Sheringham is the father of non-league footballer striker Charlie Sheringham. After his relationship with Simms ended in 1992, Sheringham dated models Katie Price, Nicola Smith (sister of Mandy Smith), and Danielle Lloyd.[64]

On 15 October 2010, Tesco won a 14-year battle to open a store in the town. In a split vote North Norfolk District Council development committee chairman Simon Partridge used his casting vote in favour of the scheme.[4] The store finally opened on 24 October 2013.[5]

There is a large practice area with bunkers and facilities including pitching areas, practice nets and practice putting greens, there is also an indoor practice and coaching facility. 

Sheringham's architecture and history have played host to visitors from the world over from the arrival of the first steam train encouraging them to relax and unwind in its unhurried and natural surroundings. A town of fine local businesses, Sheringham's heritage calls proudly and its sons are fondly and sympathetically remembered from elephants to mammoths, lifeboatmen to shantymen.

Clear blue skies, deep red sunsets, beaches of gold, silver foreshores, ochre cliffs, rock pools and streams. Freshly caught shellfish, locally baked bread, fine wine and ale, European, Indian, Chinese and Thai cuisine, theatre and live music.

Upon his retirement from professional football in 2008, Sheringham has been a noticeable figure on the world poker scene, playing in various competitions worldwide. He made the final table in the €5,000 No Limit Hold'em Main Event in the EPT Vilamoura, finishing 5th out of a field of 384 players, winning €93,121.[58]

Discover more about Humphry Repton, the designer of our, and many more of the National Trust's special places.

An annual Cromer and Sheringham Crab/Lobster festival is held in May,[6] and the town's Carnival is held at the beginning of August.[7]

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Special - Diverse - Friendly - Established. Sheringham appeals to a wide variety of age groups, which is why many choose to make return visits and many more to make Sheringham their home. Originally a small North Norfolk fishing village the arrival of the railways in 1887 turned Sheringham into a popular destination for visitors from far and wide.

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Enjoy a sweet treat or a tasty snack in our Courtyard Café before browsing the range of gifts and mementos in our shop.

Sheringham is currently the ninth-highest goalscorer in Premier League history with 147 goals, and is the competition's 19th-highest appearance maker.[6] He holds the record as the oldest outfield player to appear in a Premier League match (40 years, 272 days)[7] and the oldest player to score in a Premier League match (40 years, 268 days).[8]

Over the years it has expanded into a thriving town with many diverse shops, places to eat, and places to visit.

Sheringham is a safe and friendly place, with nowhere beyond easy walking distance, welcoming with a warm embrace, buildings that absorb you and inviting promenades. You'll never be lost in Sheringham.

Over the years it has expanded into a thriving town with many diverse shops, places to eat, and places to visit. The sandy beach at Sheringham holds the European Blue Flag award for cleanliness which it has held for many years. Sheringham holds regular events throughout the year including The Sheringham Carnival in August and the 1940's weekend in September.

The town's museum now known as The Mo includes a collection of old lifeboats, various displays, a viewing tower and houses the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm visitor centre.[10]

Whilst at Colchester, Sheringham was the oldest player in all four divisions of the Football League, and is now part of the elite list of players who have achieved more than 700 League appearances in their career. He retired at the end of the 2007–08 season, his career ending on a low note as Colchester were relegated from the Championship – the club's first relegation for 18 years.[51]

Historically, the parish of Sheringham comprised the two villages of Upper Sheringham, a farming community, and Lower Sheringham, which combined farming with fishing.

He was selected as part of Eriksson's 2002 FIFA World Cup squad after impressing throughout the 01–02 season with his club, and played in the famous 1–0 win against Argentina, almost scoring a goal with a volley that was well saved by the Argentine goalkeeper, and made his final England appearance as a substitute in the 2–1 quarter-final defeat to Brazil in Japan. His twelve appearances for Eriksson were all as a substitute.[53]

Humphry Repton was a leading Georgian landscape gardener completing commissions throughout the UK over a 30 year period.

Gift Aid Admission includes a 10 per cent or more voluntary donation. Gift Aid Admissions let us reclaim tax on the whole amount paid* — an extra 25 per cent — potentially a very significant boost to our places' funds.