Monthly Archives: December 2011

BEESTON REGIS   PARISH  COUNCIL Minutes of the meeting held on 12th October, 2011 at the Scout HQ, B/Regis.     Present: R.Beckley (Chair), Mrs.M.Roffe, B.Hill, Mrs.M.Wright, C.Goodwin, G.Dyson, D.Thompson, P.Kemp and the Clerk. Also present were Mrs.A.Sweeney (NNDC), and three … Continue reading

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Beeston Regis History

History and Background of Beeston Regis.   Beeston Regis lies on the North Norfolk coast between the towns of Cromer to the east and Sheringham to the west and forms an eastern boundary with Sheringham. Beeston Regis was once known … Continue reading

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Beeston Regis – History

History and Background of Beeston Regis Beeston Regis lies on the North Norfolk coast between the towns of Cromer to the east and Sheringham to the west and forms an eastern boundary with Sheringham. Beeston Regis was once known as … Continue reading

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Safer Neighbourhoods

Safer Neighbourhoods About Safer Neighbourhoods Safer Neighbourhoods is a truly local policing style: local people working with local police and partners to identify and tackle issues of concern in their neighbourhood. Safer Neighbourhoods teams usually consist of one sergeant, two … Continue reading

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Mobile library

www.libraries.norfolk.gov.uk For all enquiries about this route please call 01692 402 482 Route Number NWA 448 Calls on Thursday Normally Every 4 wks BEESTON REGIS ARRIVAL TIME    DEPARTURE TIME REGIS AVENUE                                             11:20                      11:35 CAXTON PARK                                               11:40                      11:55 … Continue reading

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Beeston Bump from Britons Lane

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Beeston Regis Beach

Although the Beeston Regis Beach is only about 100 metres long on a fine summer day it can be a lovely place to visit. The beach can be accessed by a short walk from Sheringham, a long walk from Cromer … Continue reading

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