The Shantymen are on the look out for some new members.

The Sheringham Shantymen, a men’s singing group, are actively seeking bass and harmony singers to join their crew.

Originally formed in 1988 as The Augusta Singers, the group officially became The Sheringham Shantymen in 1990.

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The team of around 25 members perform 20-30 gigs a year, raising substantial sums of money for the RNLI and other local charities through their performances of historic sea shanties and well-known folk songs.

These performances can be seen in venues such as church halls, carnivals, lifeboat days, and even at sold-out shows on Cromer Pier and the annual Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival.

Practice sessions are held at 7.30pm every Thursday at Oddfellows Hall, Sheringham.

Prospective members are invited to contact Musical Director Brian Farrow on 07748 641707, and may be invited for an informal audition.

It's not necessary to live in Sheringham to join, with some members living as far as Beccles.

All interested parties are welcome to observe the practice sessions.