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Norfolk villages beginning with 'c'


Caister on Sea

Caister-on-Sea was formerly known as Caister-next-Yarmouth, but in 1927 the parish council formally applied for it to become known what it is today..........more info

Caistor St Edmund

The south Norfolk village of Caistor St Edmund is a small village on the east side of the River Tas, It is 3 miles south of Norwich and was once N..........more info


On the Norfolk coast, California is close to the seaside resorts of Great Yarmouth, Caiser-on-Sea and Hemsby. California got its name when 16th c..........more info


The tiny village of Calthorpe is close to the A140, north of Aylsham. It has a pretty church, Our Lady and St Margaret, that sits within a walled..........more info


Situated halfway between Gt Yarmouth and Norwich, Cantley is known by many for its sugar beet factory, which can be seen for miles. The gr..........more info


Close to Watton, Carbrooke is a quiet village that has a good range of facilities that include a school, church and village hall. It is steeped i..........more info

Carleton Forehoe

The village of Carleton Forehoe is roughly 9 miles west of Norwich and close to the town of Wymondham. ..........more info

Carleton Rode

Situated 13 miles south west of Norwich, Carleton Rode church, All Saints, dates from the 13th and 14th centuries and is open for worship. In 186..........more info

Castle Acre

The small but attractive village of Castle Acre is close to the north Norfolk coast, 5 miles north of Swaffham, on the River Nar. Castle Acre Cas..........more info

Castle Rising

Castle Rising is in west Norfolk, roughly 5 miles north west of King's Lynn and is best known for its Castle. Its keep was built in 1140 by Wi..........more info


The village of Caston is located 4 miles from Watton, and 19 miles south west of Norwich with many old and interesting properties. There is a goo..........more info


The quiet village of Catfield is on the Norfolk Broads, north east of Wroxham. The rare Swallowtail butterfly and its larval food plant, milk par..........more info


Cawston is a large Norfolk village near to Aylsham and the Norfolk Broads and within easy reach of the city of Norwich. There is a wide range of ..........more info


The village of Chedgrave lies 9 miles south east of Norwich, near to the A146 Norwich to Lowestoft road. Its church, All Saints', with its th..........more info


Claxton is located 7 ½ miles south east of Norwich and is close to the River Yare. There are the remains of a 14th century masonry castle an..........more info


Only a few miles west of King's Lynn you will find the village of Clenchwarton, It is in the heart of the fens, with a good bus service into t..........more info


The beautiful village of Cley-next-the Sea is roughly 4 miles from Holt on the breathtaking north Norfolk coast. Its windmill dates from around th..........more info

Clint Green

The small village of Clint Green lies 2 miles south of Dereham and 19 miles west of the city of Norwich, near to the busy A47. ..........more info


Clippesby lies in the heart of the Broads National Park, in an area considered to be of outstanding natural beauty. The village is close to Acle..........more info

Cockley Cley

The small village of Cockley Cley can be found near to the town of Swaffham and Thetford Forrest Park. The village church at Cockley Cley, St Mary..........more info


The tiny village of Cockthorpe is close to the north Norfolk coast and the picturesque villages of Stiffkey, Blakeney and Morston. Cockthorpe is ..........more info


Located 9 miles from the seaside town of Cromer, the Norfolk village of Colby is also close to the towns of Aylsham and North Walsham. Its church..........more info


Colkirk is a village 2 miles from the market town of Fakenham and roughly 10 miles from the pretty north Norfolk coast. The village church, St Ma..........more info


The village of Colney is close to the city of Norwich on the A47 Southern Bypass. It is home of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and t..........more info


On the River Bure, Coltishall is 7 miles from the city of Norwich in the Norfolk Broads. It is close to the popular town of Wroxham and only 20 m..........more info


The small village of Colton is close to the A47, west of Norwich in the Yare Valley. Its church, St Andrew, dates in part to the late 13th centur..........more info


The peaceful west Norfolk village of Congham is 6 ½ miles from the historic town of King's Lynn and 35 miles from the city of Norwic..........more info


Corpusty is in north Norfolk near to Aylsham and Holt on the B1149. Its church, St Peter, stands high above the village and can be seen for miles..........more info


The village of Coston is close to Wymondham and the city of Norwich and near to the B1135. Its church, St Michael, is now redundant and under the..........more info


Cranwich is near to Thetford and Thetford Forest Park, a popular place for both cyclists and walkers. Cranwich church, St Mary, is a tiny church ..........more info


The village of Cranworth is situated south of Dereham, and north east of Watton. Its church, St Mary, is at the centre of the village and was bui..........more info


Close to the town of Downham Market, one of Norfolk's oldest market towns, lies the village of Crimplesham. The village is 13 miles south of K..........more info


Cringleford is a south Norfolk village close to the centre of Norwich, making it a popular place for commuters to reside. It is a large village w..........more info

Crossdale Street

The quiet village of Crossdale Street is near to the seaside town of Cromer, on the A140 road. It is also close to the pretty villages of Northrep..........more info


Crostwick is close to Norwich International Airport, and south west from Wroxham and the Norfolk Broads. ..........more info


The village of Crostwight is close to North Walsham and the seaside villages of Bacton Walcott and Happisburgh. Its church, All Saints, has some ..........more info


The tiny village of Crownthorpe is close to the historic market town of Wymondham, 10 miles south west of the city of Norwich. The village church..........more info


Croxton is a small village close to the town of Thetford, near to Thetford Forest Park. Its church, All Saints was built in the 13th century and ..........more info

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