skip to main content

Norfolk villages beginning with 'f'

A B C D E
F G H I J
K L M N O
P Q R S T
U V W X Y
Z

Felbrigg

The village of Felbrigg is located south west of Cromer, close to the north Norfolk coastline. It is home of Felbrigg Hall, a 15th century Nation..........more info

Felmingham

Felmingham is situated in north Norfolk, 4 miles north east of Aylsham and 3 miles south west of North Walsham. Felmingham Mill Lakes is a popula..........more info

Felthorpe

The small village of Felthorpe is located north west of Norwich International Airport and within easy reach of the city of Norwich. There are fish..........more info

Feltwell

The village of Feltwell is one of the largest villages in Norfolk with a population of around 2900 in 2006. The village lies on the Norfolk/Suffo..........more info

Fersfield

Fersfield is 4 miles north west of Diss and is a peaceful village that lies off the main road into Diss. The village is famous for having been th..........more info

Field Dalling

The small north Norfolk village of Field Dalling is located roughly 4 miles west of the pretty town of Holt, and only 3 miles from the beautiful N..........more info

Filby

Filby is a village 6 miles north west of the town of Great Yarmouth and 16 miles east of the city of Norwich. The village derives its name from th..........more info

Fincham

The village of Fincham is situated about 11 miles south of the historic town of King's Lynn, near to Thetford Forest Park. Its church, St Mart..........more info

Flitcham

Located on the edge of the Sandringham estate, the quiet village of Flitcham lies north of the A148, King's Lynn to Fakenham road. Its church,..........more info

Flordon

The village of Flordon is situated 7 miles south of the city of Norwich, just north of Long Stratton. The village church, St Michael, is a small ..........more info

Fordham

Fordham is a small village south of Downham Market and consists of a scattering of houses and a church, St Mary. ..........more info

Forncett St Mary

The village of Forncett St Mary is roughly 6 miles south east of the market town of Wymondham and 1 mile north west of Long Stratton. The village ..........more info

Forncett St Peter

Forncett St Peter is a village 6 miles south east of the market town of Wymondham and 1 mile north west of Long Stratton. Its church, St Peter, h..........more info

Foulden

The village of Foulden is in Breckland, and in 2001 its population was estimated at 425. Foulden lies near the river Wissey, just east of the A13..........more info

Foulsham

The large Norfolk village of Foulsham lies south east of Fakenham, close to the A1067, Norwich to Fakenham road. On the 15th June 1770, a devast..........more info

Foxley

The ancient village of Foxley is roughly 15 miles from the city of Norwich on the A1067, Norwich to Fakenham road. The village is mentioned in the..........more info

Framingham Earl

The village of Framingham Earl is located in south Norfolk, next to Poringland, and has many pretty walks along quiet country roads. It is home o..........more info

Framingham Pigot

The small village of Framingham Pigot is 5 miles south east of the city of Norwich, close to the A146, Norwich to Lowestoft road. Framingham Pigo..........more info

Freethorpe

Freethorpe is a village that is located 8 miles west of Great Yarmouth and 12 miles east of Norwich. The village has a post office, public house,..........more info

Frettenham

The small rural village of Frettenham is situated 6 miles north of the city of Norwich, close to Wroxham and the Norfolk Broads. This peaceful vil..........more info

Fring

Fring, sometimes spelt Frenge, is a small village, north east of the historic town of King's Lynn. The village is close to the coastal town of..........more info

Fritton

(Near Long Stratton) Situated 11 miles south of the city of Norwich and east of Long Stratton is the village of Fritton. It has a 70 acre common s..........more info

Fulmodestone

Fulmodestone is a village to the east of the market town of Fakenham and south west of the pretty town of Holt. Fulmodestone church is a late 19t..........more info
Blakeney Happisburgh Lighthouse Swaffham
 

Useful links

Visit Norfolk Website

www.visitnorfolk.co.uk

Visit Norfolk is the strategic voice of the county's visitor industry. This brand delivery vehicle, operated by Visit East Anglia, is responsible for promoting all that the county has to offer at local, regional and national levels.

Tour Norfolk Website

www.tournorfolk.co.uk

An independent tourist guide for the county of Norfolk in England, that shows you what places actually look like.

Norfolk & Suffolk Tourist Attractions

www.norfolkandsuffolkattractions.co.uk

Norfolk + Suffolk Tourist Attractions is the trade association for tourist attractions in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Visit North Norfolk

http://www.visitnorthnorfolk.com/

Norfolk + Suffolk Tourist Attractions is the trade association for tourist attractions in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Have you got a business that’s worth shouting about? Advertise with us for FREE

There are several advertising options available, these include:

  • Simple business, accommodation or restaurant listing - FREE
  • Full page business listing advertising your brand, accommodation, restaurant.
  • Full page article.
  • Bespoke banners

Contact us for options available and costs

Find out more about our advertising options