James Beck Weekly Auction, Fakenham


Weekly sales of antique and household furniture, art and collectables, specialist sales, farm and machinery. Auction starts at 11am.

Book Tickets Online

Map & Directions

James Beck Weekly Auction, Fakenham


Cornhall, Cattle Market Street, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 9AW

Tel: 01328 853653

Opening Times

Season (26 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
Thursday11:00 - 17:00

* 8.30am to 5.00pm with the auction starting at 11am.

What's Nearby

  1. Victorian technology, domestic nostalgia, local history. Visit Fakenham Museum of Gas &…

    0.13 miles away
  2. A magnificent 14th century church postitioned next to Fakenham Market Place.

    0.18 miles away
  3. Medieval church between Lynn and Norwich.

    0.24 miles away
  4. A friendly racecourse that runs from October through to June and welcomes familes and…

    0.36 miles away
  1. At Langham Glass you can watch live glassmaking demonstrations and even have a go…

    0.79 miles away
  2. A beautiful wildlife haven. Boardwalks, visitor centre and hides accessible to all.

    1.44 miles away
  3. Explore magical gardens, take a trail through our spacious reserve and gardens, and get…

    1.67 miles away
  4. 2.93 miles away
  5. St. Andrew’s stands at the entrance to the Norfolk village of Great Ryburgh, close to the…

    2.96 miles away
  6. National Shrine of Our Lady for Catholics in England. 14thC wayside chapel, also Chapel…

    3.67 miles away
  7. Remains of an abbey church dating from 13th century, including presbytery and north…

    4.06 miles away
  8. Come and visit us at The Pumpkin house, set within farmland we are fun for all the family…

    4.49 miles away
  9. Visit the chapel styled on the Byzantine model with icons, an icon screen, tower and…

    4.65 miles away
  10. Ruined Augustinian Priory, place of medieval and modern pilgrimage. Gardens, woodland,…

    4.7 miles away
  11. The Shrine is an Anglican place of pilgrimage rebuilt in the 1930's following destruction…

    4.72 miles away
  12. Thursford Steam Museum, houses the world’s largest collection of steam engines and organs.

    4.8 miles away
Previous Next