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Wacton

Wacton is a small village situated 12 miles south of Norwich close to Long Stratton, and is one of the few places in the county for which a census .............
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Walcott

Situated six miles from North Walsham, Walcott can be found right on the coastline. The name Walcott derives from the Celtic word Walecote, meaning.............
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Walpole St Andrew

The villages of Walpole St Andrew and Walpole St Peter are amalgamated under one parish council and are collectively known as Walpole. The 13th cen.............
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Walpole St Peter

The villages of Walpole St Peter and Walpole St Andrew are amalgamated under one parish council. Walpole, as it’s now collectively known, is.............
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Warham

The Warhams are made up of Warham St Mary to the west, and Warham All Saints to the east. Situated 2 miles from the seaside village of Wells, it is.............
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Waterden

The tiny village of Waterden is close to Fakenham and Burnham Market and if you were not specifically looking for it, you could easily miss it. Wat.............
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Watlington

Located 8 miles from the town of King’s Lynn, Watlington has a railway station and a social club. Its church, St Peter and St Paul, has a beautiful.............
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Waxham

The village of Waxham is on the coast, a 10 minutes drive from Stalham, and has a range of holiday accommodation on offer. Sometimes spotted from t.............
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Wayford Bridge

Wayford Bridge is a small village situated in the Norfolk Broads, on the River Ant. There are boat moorings available here and a pub. There are som.............
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Weasenham All Saints

Weasenham All Saints is roughly 8 miles south west of Fakenham, close to the A1065. In 2001 it is estimated that the north Norfolk villages populat.............
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Weasenham St Peter

The village of Weasenham St Peter is situated 7 miles south west of Fakenham, close to the A1065. It was home to John Timpson, the well-respected B.............
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Weeting

Weeting-Cum-Bromehill is a Saxon village situated between Methwold and Brandon, near to Thetford Forest Park. Weeting hosts a steam engine rally ev.............
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Welborne

The small, yet sprawling village of Welborne is situated 16 miles west of Norwich. All Saints’ Church and the village hall sit in the centre of the.............
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Wellingham

This small village is about 7 miles from the market town of Fakenham. Its church, St Andrew’s, is a typical small, Norfolk, parish church. It does .............
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Wells-next-the-Sea

The seaside village of Wells-next-the-Sea is a bracing, mile-long walk from the sea. With its brightly painted beach-huts, colour-washed houses and.............
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Wendling

The small village of Wendling is situated approximately 4 miles from the town of Dereham, close to the A47. Here you will find Honeypot Wood, which.............
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Wereham

Wereham is a village located 13 miles south east of King’s Lynn. The village is built around the village green and pond, with newer housing to the .............
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West Acre

The small village of West Acre is about 4½ miles from Swaffham, consisting of a mainly agricultural community. Actor and writer Stephen Fry, who l.............
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West Barsham

The rural village of West Barsham is situated 3½ miles from the market town of Fakenham. The village church is set within a neat graveyard that ha.............
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West Beckham

West Beckham is a small, rural village a few miles from Sheringham and Cromer and the market town of Holt. It is a pretty little village with a lov.............
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West Bilney

The village of West Bilney is situated 7 miles south east of King’s Lynn and was once home to Elizabeth Freke, a 17th/18th century memoirist, whose.............
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West Bradenham

The quiet village of West Bradenham lies south west of Dereham and east of Swaffham. Its church, St Andrew’s, has a 14th century tower porch, 13th .............
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West Dereham

West Dereham is a small village approximately 6 miles from the town of Swaffham. West Dereham Abbey was founded over 800 years ago by Hubert Walter.............
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West Lexham

The small village of West Lexham is situated between the towns of Swaffham and Fakenham. St Nicholas Church was largely rebuilt during Victorian ti.............
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West Lynn

West Lynn is just over the river from King’s Lynn and is linked by a ferry. St Peter’s Church has sadly fallen victim to vandals but has an impress.............
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West Newton

The small village of West Newton is about 8 miles north east of King’s Lynn. St Peter’s and St Paul’s Church has a 14th century tower with a 20th c.............
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West Raynham

West Raynham is a small village approximately 6 miles from Fakenham with a primary school and village hall. The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall is one o.............
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West Rudham

This small, quiet north Norfolk village is situated between King’s Lynn and Fakenham. During the last one hundred and fifty years, its population h.............
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West Runton

The coastal village of West Runton is situated roughly 2 miles from Cromer and Sheringham. There is a lovely sand and pebble beach, as well as a ra.............
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West Tofts

The small village of West Tofts is near to the town of Thetford and approximately 7 miles from Santon Downham. St Mary’s Church is a large village .............
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West Walton

West Walton is a small village 12 miles south west of King’s Lynn. St Mary’s Church campanile stands 60ft to the south of the church. It was built .............
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West Winch

West Winch is 2 miles from King’s Lynn and has a thriving community. The village offers many well-attended groups and activities, making good use o.............
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Weston Longville

The village of Weston Longville is an agricultural village situated between Dereham and Fakenham. It is home to the popular Dinosaur Park and Westo.............
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Westwick

The small village of Westwick is located to the south of North Walsham and to the east of Aylsham. Its church, St Botolph is a stately church on a .............
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Weybourne

Weybourne is a coastal village midway between Holt and Sheringham on the north Norfolk coast. It is on the route for the Holt to Sheringham, North .............
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Whinburgh

The quiet village of Whinburgh is situated 3 ½ miles south of Dereham, close to the B1135.

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Whissonsett

Whissonsett is a small village that prides itself on its sense of community. It has a long history of fundraising and has also won competitions for.............
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Whitewell

The tiny village of Whitwell neighbours Reepham and is located south west of Aylsham. Its church, St Michael, is an imposing medieval church and is.............
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Whittington

The west Norfolk village of Whittington is roughly 15 miles north west of Thetford, close to the A134 and Thetford Forest Park.

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Wickhampton

The tiny village of Wickhampton lies on the edge of the Halvergate Marshes, 8 miles west of Great Yarmouth. Halvergate Marshes became Britain's fir.............
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Wicklewood

Wicklewood is a rural village, 11 miles south west of Norwich and about 3 miles from Wymondham. Wicklewood windmill is one of the smaller corn wind.............
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Wickmere with Wolterton

Wickmere is a tiny hamlet with a population of approximately 100 people. There are several traditional brink and flint cottages, which are over 30.............
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Wiggenhall St Germans

The pretty village of Wiggenhall St Germans is near to King’s Lynn, with the River Ouse running through the centre of it. In 1953 St Germans suffer.............
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Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen

The village of Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen is located 6 miles south south west of King’s Lynn and to the north of Downham Market.

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Wiggenhall St Mary Virgin

Wiggenhall St Mary the Virgin is a village situated roughly 5 miles south south west of the historic town of King’s Lynn. It is also known as just.............
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Wiggenhall St Peter

The small village of Wiggenhall St Peter is about 5 miles south of King’s Lynn and north of Downham Market.

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Wighton

Wighton is a pretty little village, near to the coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea. Once there was a watermill in Wighton, but this was dismantle.............
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Wilby

The small village of Wilby can be found south of Attleborough and north east of Thetford. All Saints Church at Wilby was partly destroyed by fire i.............
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Wimbotsham

Wimbotsham is an attractive and quiet village 1½ miles from Downham Market. St Mary’s church features two Norman doorways, and carved bench ends wi.............
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Winfarthing

The quiet south Norfolk village of Winfarthing is located 4 miles north of Diss, 12 miles east of the town of Thetford and 18 miles south of the ci.............
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Winterton on sea

The coastal village of Winterton-on-Sea is approximately 8 miles from Great Yarmouth and close to Caister-on-Sea. In 2003, Winterton-on-Sea won awa.............
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Wiveton

The pretty north Norfolk village of Wiveton is close to the popular villages of Morston, Blakeney and Cley-next-the-Sea. St Mary’s church dates fro.............
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Wolferton

Wolferton is a small village, about 5 miles from King’s Lynn and used to be the location for the Royal Family’s Railway Station, before it closed i.............
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Wood Dalling

The village of Wood Dalling is roughly 7 miles west of Aylsham, 3 ½ miles form Reepham and 14 miles north west of the city of Norwich. Its church.............
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Wood Norton

Wood Norton is a village that is situated 6 miles east of Fakenham and 18 miles north west of the city of Norwich.

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Woodbastwick

The pretty village of Woodbastwick is situated 8 miles north east of Norwich, on the edge of the Broads. St Fabian and Sebastian church received do.............
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Woodgate

Woodgate is located near to the town of Dereham, close to the A47. The city of Norwich is in easy reach by car, as are the Norfolk Broads.

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Woodrising

The pretty village of Woodrising is set in woodlands, south of Dereham. St Nicholas Church had a tower that fell down 200 years ago and itsm bell.............
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Woodton

Woodton is a small village 5 miles from Bungay. It is both a commuter village for Norwich and a village for retirees. Woodton holds an annual ‘Farm.............
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Wormegay

The village of Wormegay is situated roughly 7 miles from the historic town of King’s Lynn. Wormegay Castle is an unusual earthwork motte and bailey.............
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Worstead

Located in north Norfolk, about 13 miles north of Norwich is the village of Worstead. It was once a town but is now a small village with a village .............
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Worthing

The rural village of Worthing is roughly 6 miles from Dereham and about 12 miles from Fakenham. St. Margaret's Church is a Saxon church with a Norm.............
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Wramplingham

The village of Wramplingham is north of Wymondham, and close to the city of Norwich. The mill at Wramplingham was a three-storey corn mill, built o.............
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Wreningham

The village 3 miles from Wymondham was originally three parishes, namely Wreningham All Saints, Wreningham St Mary and Wreningham Nelonde. This uni.............
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Wretham

Also referred to as East Wretham, the village of Wretham is situated approximately 7 miles north east of Thetford. The Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s nat.............
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Wretton

Wretton is a quiet rural village situated south east of Downham Market and south of King’s Lynn. It has only recently attached to mains sewerage an.............
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