Shopping in Sheringham
Sheringham is a lovely seaside town nearby to Cromer, with which it shares a proud maritime and RNLI heritage. Sheringham is definitely worth a visit, with a heritage steam railway, indepdent and locally run shops as well as a beautiful, family-friendly beach with pretty views and lots more to see and do! Shopping in Sheringham is a fantastic idea, and here we give some helpful information on doing just that!
Blyth & Wright has been in business since 1898 as Ironmongers. However, the business has since expanded, and now offers a selection of products and brands for the home, garden as well as leisure.
The Courtyard is home to 6 unique shops, and also features a lovely little café. Spirit Vegan is a spiritual, ethnic and new age specialist, and you can pick up some pretty photographs at an affordable price in John Harris Photography. Zest Hair & Beauty does what it says on the tin, a friendly salon which provides a range of beauty treatments. Yolo’s Vintage and Retro shop sells a mix-match of vintage items, where Sheringham Handicrafts specialises in Papercraft materials for card making. Finally, Julie’s Coffee Shop offers a welcome respite for shopaholics, serving fresh tea and coffee alongside homemade cakes.
If you’re looking for some fresh fruit and vegetables for the caravan, try Dawn Fresh. For fresh meat try M & D Butchers. Owned by Martin and Debbie, this butchers has a selection of quality products prepared in traditional ways alongside
For souvenir sweeties, try Fudgetastic, which stocks a range of homemade sweet treats and fudge, and for vintage clothing, try Worn Out, which has a range of ladies and gentleman’s vintage clothing and accessories. You can also pick up some more souvenirs or gifts for those back home at Katie’s Gifts and Accessories, a family run business selling accessories and gifts. Creativity, established since 2007, is self-described as a “fascinating gift shop”, Creativity sells a range of cards, gift bags and wrap alongside jewellery, accessories and home décor, as well as Handmade Norfolk Soaps and Sheringham-based Stubbs Mugs.
There are plenty more places to go shopping in Sheringham, so why not make a day of it and browse the streets? You could also pay a visit to the town’s beautiful beach and grab a bite to eat in one of the town’s local eateries!