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Norfolk villages beginning with 'd'

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Damgate

The village of Damgate is close to Acle on the A47 in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. It is in easy reach of the seaside resorts of Great Yarm..........more info

Denton

The south Norfolk village of Denton is located between the towns of Harleston and Bungay and its church, St Mary, dates from around the 12th cent..........more info

Denver

The village of Denver is situated 1½ miles south of Downham Market, and 14 miles south of the town of King's Lynn. Its church, St Mary..........more info

Deopham

The quiet village of Deopham is about 5 miles south west of Wymondham, between the villages of Great Ellingham and Hingham. Its church, St Andr..........more info

Deopham Green

Deopham Green is a small village situated 2 miles north of Attleborough and roughly 6 miles from the market town of Wymondham. During World War I..........more info

Dersingham

The village of Dersingham is a west Norfolk village, situated 7 miles north of the town of King's Lynn, and 43 miles north west of the city of..........more info

Dickleburgh

The quiet village of Dickleburgh is located 6 miles from Diss in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk countryside. It is near to Bressingham Steam ..........more info

Dilham

Dilham is a peaceful village situated 9 miles east of Aylsham, on the River Ant, within the Broads National Park. Its name derives from the herb, ..........more info

Ditchingham

The south Norfolk village of Ditchingham is 2 miles north of Bungay, on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. Ditchingham lies by the River Waveny and withi..........more info

Docking

Docking is the highest point in Norfolk, and the village stands high above the coastal resorts of Hunstanton and Heacham. Docking church, St Mary..........more info

Dunston

The village of Dunston is 3 miles south of the city of Norwich, close to the A140 road. It is where the De Vere Hotel, Dunston Hall is located, a..........more info
 

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Visit Norfolk Website

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Tour Norfolk Website

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Norfolk & Suffolk Tourist Attractions

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Visit North Norfolk

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