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The village church

Pentney is located about 8 miles south east of King’s Lynn. It is in the valley of the River Nar, a tributary of the River Great Ouse.

Pentney Village, Nr King's Lynn, PE32

 
The village church

The pretty little village of Holme-next-the-Sea is on the stunning Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 6LH

 
Salle

The Village of Salle in Norfolk UK, is a small rural village with a famous church, located half way between the city of Norwich and the sandy beaches of Sheringham and Cromer.

Nr Reepham, Norfolk, NR10 4SE

 
St Mary's Church, Brancaster

The village with the church of St Mary The Virgin at its centre is surrounded by stunning coastline. It is a popular stopping point for people exploring the Norfolk Coast Path.

Brancaster, Norfolk, PE31 8AP

 
Sailing is very popular at Brancaster Staithe

Now a popular sailing centre surrounded by atmospheric coastline, Brancaster Staithe was once a Roman town and thriving port.

Main Road, Brancaster Staithe, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 8BW

 
The village church

Sedgeford is situated about 3 miles south east of Hunstanton and is located in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural beauty.

Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 5LU

 
North Walsham

Settled in Anglo-Saxon times, North Walsham became an important cloth-making centre when Flemish weavers arrived in the 12th C.

Town Centre, North Walsham, Norfolk, NR28 9

 
Sailing at Burnham Overy

Burnham Overy is made up of two settlements, Burnham Overy Town the original village adjacent to the parish church and Burnham Overy Staithe, a rather larger settlement about 1 mile away and next to the creek-side harbour.

Burnham Overy Staithe, Norfolk, PE31 8JE

 
Mundesley

Clifftop village which harks back to a bygone age, with its sandy beach and colourful wooden beach huts.

Village Centre, Mundesley, Norfolk, NR11 8

 
Bale

Bale, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 0

 

Sidestrand, UK

 
Trunch

Trunch, NR26

 
Cromer

Dominated by the tower of its parish church (the tallest in the county), this sedate seaside town stands on a cliff top.

Town Centre, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9HN

Market Fair

 
Aylsham

Picturesque market town, which for 500 years was an important linen, then worstead cloth making centre.

Town Centre, Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6

 
Cley-next-the-Sea

Picturesque coastal village, noted for its fine 18th C. windmill.

Village Centre, Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, NR25 7

 
Sheringham

This traditional seaside town grew up around its old fishing village, and a band of little boats still bring in the daily catch.

Town Centre, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8LG

 
A classic village sign will be there to greet you

Around ½ mile inland from Burnham Market, the village of Burnham Thorpe is the birthplace of Horatio Nelson. His father, Edmund Nelson, moved to Burnham Thorpe in 1755, after his marriage

Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, PE31 8HN

 
Dilham

Dilham, North Walsham, Norfolk, NR28

 
Reepham

Attractive small town, with a fine collection of 18th C. houses bordering the market place.

Town Centre, Reepham, Norfolk, NR10 4

 
A village scene from Ringstead

Ringsted (Great Ringsted) is a small village situated just 3 miles inland from Hunstanton. The village offers an excellent village store, the Gin Trap Inn and is close to Ringsted Downs, a large area of chalk grasslands.

Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 5JU

 
West Beckham

Holt, Norfolk, NR25 6NX

 
Knapton

Knapton, NR26

 
The ruins at North Creake

North Creake lies 3 miles south of Burnham Market and about 5 miles from the coast. The village lies on the River Burn which flows through the centre of the village.

North Creake, Norfolk, NR21 9JW

 
East Runton

East Runton, NR27