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Norfolk villages beginning with 'b'


The quiet village of Babingley is roughly 6 miles north east of King's Lynn and is made up of rolling fields and marshland. Its church, St Felix, ..........more info


The village of Baconsthorpe is in north Norfolk, situated east of Holt and is one of the few places in the county where a census before 1841 containin..........more info


Bacton-on-Sea is known for its North Sea gas terminals that pump gas around the United Kingdom. Bromholm Priory, or Bacton Abbey as it is ..........more info


Bagthorpe is a village roughly 9 miles west of Fakenham and is close to the Sandringham Estate. It is only a short drive to the spectacular north Norf..........more info


The quiet village of Bale is situated about 5 miles from the pretty village of Holt in north Norfolk. It has a small but interesting church, All Saint..........more info


Banham is located south west of Norwich and is an interesting village with pretty thatched cottages and an old fashion tree lined village green. It..........more info


Banningham is a quiet Norfolk village to the north of Aylsham, with a village green surrounded by houses. Its church, St Botolph is a large church ..........more info


A quiet village situated roughly 8 miles west of Norwich and 4 miles north of Wymondham. The village has 3 well stocked fishing lakes and fishing t..........more info


A small village west of Fakenham which in 2001, had a population of only 53.Its church, Barmer All Saints, is a tiny church with a round tower and ..........more info


Barney is a small village in north Norfolk, between the towns of Fakenham and Holt close to the A148. It has a church named St Mary, with a medieva..........more info

Barnham Broom

The village of Barnham Broom is in south Norfolk and can be found on the River Yare, 13 miles west of Norwich. It is home to the popular Barnham Br..........more info

Barton Bendish

Barton Bendish is a village in west Norfolk, 7 miles east of King's Lynn and 35 miles west of Norwich. It is a very flat area of Norfolk and it..........more info

Barton Turf

Barton Broad is the second largest Broad in the county and is home to the Norfolk Punt Club, which was formed in 1926. Barton Turf's cricket g..........more info


The village of Barwick is located near the town of Fakenham and is pronounced 'Barrick' ..........more info


Situated 6 miles west of Norwich, Bawburgh is a picturesque village with a mill that was mentioned in the Domesday Book. Until 1967 this mill was ..........more info


Bawdeswell is a pleasant village that sits between Norwich and Fakenham. It has a popular garden centre and an area of heathland favoured by dog wa..........more info


The quiet village of Beachamwell is west of Swaffham and is an ancient place. Many prehistoric tools, Saxon jewellery and Roman coins have been un..........more info


Beeston is in West Norfolk, between Dereham and Swaffham. Its church, St Mary's, was built in the 14th century and has 48 houses that date bac..........more info

Beeston Regis

The village of Beeston Regis is located between Cromer and Sheringham on the north Norfolk coast. Majority of the homes in Beeston Regis were built..........more info


The village of Beetley is in Breckland and is roughly 4 miles north west of Dereham. ..........more info


A small village 10 miles west of Great Yarmouth and 2 miles south west of Acle. Its church, Beighton All Saints, on Church Hill, is a 14th centur..........more info


Belaugh is a quiet village that is mentioned in the Doomsday Book. It is 7 miles north east of Norwich, nestling in a bend of the River Bure. The..........more info


Belton was once part of Suffolk, only becoming part of Norfolk in 1974 with boundary changes. Up until 1959 Belton's rail station was a bustli..........more info

Bergh Apton

A village in south Norfolk that is located 7 miles south east of Norwich. Its church, St Peter and St Paul, is open for worship and other communi..........more info


Besthorpe is a Norfolk village, roughly 1 mile east of Attleborough. Besthorpe Hall opens its gardens to visitors and has had formal gardens sinc..........more info


The village of Bexwell is roughly 11 miles south of King's Lynn, to the east of Downham Market. It is a quiet village with a lovely church tha..........more info


Billingford is a village close to the River Waveny, 4 miles East of Diss. It has a mill, which was the last working wind powered windmill to work comm..........more info


Billockby is a village 8 miles north west of Great Yarmouth. Its church, All Saints, is now in ruin, after suffering a ferocious strike of lightn..........more info


The north Norfolk village of Binham is located 28 miles north west of the city of Norwich, and 5 miles south east of Wells-next-the-Sea. It is fam..........more info


Sometimes spelt Bintry, you will find this village 8 miles north east of Dereham and 9 miles south east of Fakenham. It has a pretty church, St S..........more info

Bircham Tofts

The village of Bircham lies on the border of the Sandringham Estate and consists of three parts: Bircham Newton, Great Bircham and Bircham Tofts. ..........more info


Bittering is a quiet village near to the town of Dereham. ..........more info

Blackborough End

Blackborough End is a village 5 miles from Norfolk's historic town, King's Lynn. Set in a rural location, Blackborough End has an equestri..........more info


Situated between Wells-next-the-sea and Sheringham, Blakeney is an idyllic coastal village noted in the Domesday Book as one of a small number of p..........more info


Blickling is known for its great Hall and is located near to Aylsham. Sir Nicholas Dagworth (b. 1390) built a rectangular moated house where the p..........more info


Mentioned in the Domesday Book, Blofield has a long history and has some excellent examples of 18th and 19th century houses. Blofield Church of St..........more info


The village of Bodham can be found between Holt and Cromer and, with many farmhouses, it is obvious that the main industry was agriculture. Today ..........more info


The village of Bodney is situated 7 miles south of Swaffham and during the Second World War, was one of 18 airfields occupied by The United State..........more info


Booton is a village located east of Reepham and 7 miles west of Aylsham. Its church, St Michael and All Angels, is beautifully designed with very..........more info


You will find the village of Boughton roughly 9 miles south west of Swaffham, close to Downham Market. ..........more info

Bracon Ash

Bracon Ash is situated six miles south-west of Norwich and has a pretty parish church built of flint, stone and brick. Bracon Hall is..........more info


The village of Bradenham is located 5 miles south west of the town of Dereham and 20 miles west of the city of Norwich. The river Yare rises to t..........more info


Bramerton is a small village south east of Norwich on the River Yare. There are public moorings at Bramerton common and good food is served at th..........more info


Situated ten miles north-east of Norwich, Brampton is a small village with an equally small population. Norwich Castle Museum has many tr..........more info


Loacted in west Norfolk, Brancaster's coastline is considered a place of outstanding natural beauty. It is noted for its wealth of bird life a..........more info


Sometimes spelt Brandistone, it is a small village, south west of Aylsham. Its church, St Nicholas, is now under the care of the Churches Conserv..........more info

Brandon Bank

Brandon Bank is a village near Downham Market near to the Little Ouse, a tributary of the River Great Ouse. ..........more info

Brandon Creek

Near to Downham Market, Brandon Creek is a small village close to the River Great Ouse. ..........more info

Brandon Parva

The small village of Brandon Parva is situated south east of Dereham, consisting of Upper Brandon Parva and Lower Brandon Parva. It has a church,..........more info


The village of Breckles has got smaller and smaller over the years, what with the introduction of machinery. The number of people required to wor..........more info


Bressingham is roughly 3 miles west of Diss and 14 miles east of Thetford. Here you will find Bressingham Steam and Gardens, which is an attracti..........more info


The village of Brettenham is mentioned in the Doomsday book and is to the east of Thetford. It has a church, St Andrews, which dates back to the ..........more info


This village is around 6 miles east of Thetford, running parallel with the River Thet. The original shops and crafts have long gone, as have the ..........more info


The unusually undulating village of Briningham is in north Norfolk and can be found south west of Holt and north east of Fakenham. Briningham chu..........more info


Located 3 ½ miles from the pretty town of Holt, the north Norfolk village of Brinton is small, with a church, St Andrew's, dating in pa..........more info


The village of Brisley is roughly 6 miles south east of Fakenham, close to Dereham and boasts to be the place where English cricket batsman, Full..........more info


Situated 10 miles from the coastal town of Sheringham, Briston is a large village with a good variety of shops and amenities that include butcher..........more info


Lying either side of the Norwich-Bungay road, B1332, it is seven miles from both Norwich and Bungay. There are both old and new houses, the oldest..........more info


Broome can be found 2 miles north east of Bungay and 13 miles south east of Norwich, on the north bank of the River Waveny. Its church, St Michae..........more info


The village of Brundall is about six miles east of Norwich and lies on the banks of the River Yare. It has rapidly grown in population with many o..........more info


New Buckenham is a village 7 miles north west of Diss. To the east of the village there is a common that is a designated conservation area, and t..........more info


Bunwell is village in south Norfolk situated roughly 9 miles from Diss. It has a good community spirit, with many groups and organisations offeri..........more info

Burgh Castle

Until 1974 Burgh Castle was a Suffolk village but, when local authorities decided to straighten out the county boundary, it found itself in the co..........more info

Burgh St Margaret

More commonly known as Fleggburgh, the village of Burgh St Margaret is west of the Trinity Broads, 7 ½ miles north west of Great Yarmouth. ..........more info

Burgh St Peter

Burgh St Peter can be found six miles north-east of Beccles and is surrounded to the south and east by the River Waveney and marshland. ..........more info


Burgh-next-Aylsham is a village 2 miles south east of Aylsham, on the east side of the River Bure. Its beautiful church, St Mary, is in an idylli..........more info

Burnham Deepdale

A tiny coastal village that sits next to Brancaster Staithe, with a church, St Mary, on the boarder between the two villages. It is about 3 miles ..........more info

Burnham Market

Situated 11 miles east of Hunstanton and 5 miles west of Wells-next-the-Sea, the village of Burnham Market is becoming an increasingly popular pla..........more info

Burnham Norton

Burnham Norton is located 22 miles north east of King's Lynn, near the larger village of Burnham Market. It is a small village close to the co..........more info

Burnham Overy Staithe

On the north Norfolk coast, the village of Burnham Overy Staithe lies between the villages of Burnham Market and Holkham. King's Lynn is situa..........more info

Burnham Overy Town

One of 7 villages referred to as "The Burnhams", the north Norfolk village of Burnham Overy Town is the original village adjacent to the..........more info

Burnham Thorpe

The village of Burnham Thorpe is the birthplace of Lord Horatio Nelson who was born in the village on 29 September 1758. The village is roughly 2..........more info


Burston is a small village located 3 miles north east of Diss. It is famous for the Burston Strike School and its 2 teachers, Kitty and Tom Higdon..........more info


The village of Buxton can be found between Norwich and Aylsham, adjacent to the village of Lamas on the Bure Valley Railway. The River Bure separ..........more info

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