North Walsham Town Sign stands in front of the Cedars (the old North Walsham Town Council offices) on the corner of New Road and Yarmouth Road in North Walsham. It was unveiled by county W.I. Chairman; Mrs Jill Scott in October 1978. The town sign was paid for jointly by the North Walsham & District W.I. and the Market Cross W.I. and commemorates the diamond jubilee of the W.I. movement in Norfolk. Mrs Marie Millington, the Town Mayor at the time, accepted the sign on behalf of the town council, and it was dedicated by Canon David Maurice. The sign depicts the Market Cross, built by Bishop Thirlby in 1549 and the peasants' revolt of 1387 is commemorated by a representation of the Norwich Road monument. A plough signifies the town's links with town and country. On the back is the town's coat of arms.
The sign was restored and mosaic was added to the base to mark the millennium in 2000.