The Salvation Army is offering people a place to stay warm in Sheringham this winter. 

The charity will be opening its church on Cremer Street every Thursday where people can keep warm, enjoy a free hot drink or snack, and socialise. 

It will be open from Thursday, January 11, from 10am and 1pm. 

Visitors to the warm space can join in with board games, read, knit, and use Wifi. There is no need to pre-book.

Simon Fenn, the Salvation Army's community manager, said: "We are really pleased to be able to run a warm space from January as it will complement our existing community programme and offer a comprehensive, person-centred approach to connecting with our local communities, demonstrating God's unconditional love and compassion."

READ MORE: Cromer crab fishermen fear for their future after being banned from reef

For more information, contact Simon Fenn on 01263 826059 or email 

The new warm space was made possible by the Norfolk Community Foundation, which is creating community warm spaces across the county.

For more information, visit