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.

I went to hilbre for 9 years and I loved the place...they are who I am today... I loved the building and it old look inside and out...the memeroys I have of this place are good...plz respect that...

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

Something else that can be blamed on Tesco then?

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After Miss Wilson decided to retire in order to concentrate on her charity work – which including setting up Sheringham’s Stable Door Housing Trust – the school was run by the Younger family until it closed in 1994.

A walk during autumn will provide a feast for your eyes. Wildlife feeding up on autumn berries in preparation for winter , trees changing into their autumn colours and birds on the move. It is a great time of year to be in the outdoors and observe nature at work

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The site was bought by Tesco two years later and, after planning permission for a supermarket was turned down, the now empty Hilbre fell into disrepair, becoming an eyesore with crumbling walls, broken windows and trees growing from its roof.

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Hilbre School, on Holway Road, was built as a private house in the 1890s.

After squatters moved out, vandals moved in, causing further damage to the now derelict building.

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If students have issues of concern they sometimes prefer to talk to their peers rather than adults. The school operates an effective peer support system...

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.”

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Famous for its vast collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, the last owner, Tom Upcher, would hold rhododendron champagne parties in the 1950s to show them off. Ladies would arrive in their fine gowns, some wearing Wellington boots to walk down the main carriageway, sipping champagne and admiring the colours.

Today, you can climb to the top of the towers to experience breathtaking views of this beautiful landscape, the North Norfolk coast and maybe a steam train passing through.

We welcome well behaved dogs to Sheringham Park. With a 1000 acres to explore the varied habitats of the park provides a place to exercise your dog while you enjoy views of the North Norfolk coastline.


Given how the remainder of Holway Road has now been developed without any regard to aesthetics, the old Hilbre building would have stuck out like a sore thumb even if it hadn't been left to rot. No doubt the new development which replaces it will follow the others and be equally as bland? Apart from the town centre Sheringham has no aesthetic appeal whatsoever.

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With some of the best results in Norfolk, Sheringham Sixth Form is an inclusive, caring place to study – in 2016, more than 82% of students in some subjects achieved an A* – C grades.

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

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Its owners included a Colonel Atkinson in the 1940s and local politician Brigadier Henry Cubitt-Smith until the early 1960s. He sold Hilbre to Sheringham schoolteacher Gillian Wilson, who wanted to turn the building into a school for children with special needs.

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