- Not to be confused with shearing (disambiguation).
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Sheering
Sheering shown within Essex
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Sheering is a village located in the Epping Forest district of the County of Essex, England. It is located 2.8 miles (5 km) north-east of Harlow and 4.5 miles (7 km) south-west of Bishop's Stortford. With the neighbouring village of Lower Sheering it forms the civil parish of Sheering.
Sheering Village has about 350 households. There is a Church of England primary school and two pubs, The Cock Inn and The Crown, a general store with a post office, a sandwich shop, a hairdresser's, and a butcher's shop. St Mary's Church is a Norman building in Church Lane. It is also noted as the birthplace of the rhythm and blues band PCF.
Sheering has bus services to Harlow and Chelmsford.
- Steve Harris, founder and bassist of Iron Maiden
- Ocean Blue Segev, Sheering's 'Australian Cattle Dog of the Year', 2005-present
- Jim Upson and "H", founder members of PCF
Also, Sir Roderick David Stewart, (musician)
-  Epping Forest DC Census
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