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Norfolk villages beginning with 'a'


A quiet village, Alburgh lies about four miles north-east of Harleston and 16 miles south of Norwich. Alburgh had a post mi..........

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This small village, roughly five miles north-east of Aylsham is made up of scattered houses and farmland. Found on..........

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Aldborough village, its church and mill are all listed in the Domesday Book. Lying three miles west of the A140 between ..........

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Aldeby was once a Viking settlement, hence the Viking ship on the village sign. There is also a bunch of fruit and a sheaf of corn depicted on the..........

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The village of Alderford is quiet and picturesque and can be found 3 miles south east of Reepham. Its population is low and there are no community ..........

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A pleasant village 6 ½ miles south east of Norwich with a population of 460 in 2001. Alpington parish church was dilapidated many centuries ..........

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This small village lies on the edge of the Royal Estate of Sandringham. There are approximately 30 houses built mainly of brick and flint. Member..........

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The north Norfolk village of Antingham is 2 ½ miles north west of North Walsham, 16 miles north of Norwich and 6 miles south of Cromer. It c..........

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A village situated around 3 miles south east of Norwich with a pretty church named St Mary. In 1929 Gilbert Insall discovered a prehistoric timber..........

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The village church is mostly perpendicular in style, of flint construction and over 700 years old. On the second buttress is a scratch dial which ..........

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The village of Ashmanhaugh which is pronounced Ashmanner, is located 9 miles east of Aylsham. Its flint church, St Swithins is believed to date b..........

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Ashwellthorpe is situated south of Wymondham and is a small village with basic amenities. The church tower was built in the late 13th century and ..........

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Aslacton is approximately 7 miles north east of Diss and is an attractive village with its church, St Michael, at its centre. The church has an imp..........

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Attleborough's history can be traced back to Saxon times and, sadly, much of the town was destroyed by fire in 1559. It has a fine example of a..........

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This village is situated 8 miles north west of Norwich where the A1067 crosses the River Wensum. It covers an area of 5.27 square kilometres and in..........

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Aylmerton is a small village that can be found 3 miles south east of Cromer. To the north of the village stands the church, St. John the Baptist wi..........

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