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Norfolk villages beginning with 'g'

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Garboldisham

The village of Garboldisham is situated roughly 9 miles east of Thetford and 8 miles west of Diss. All Saints church is now a mere ruin, with litt..........more info

Garvestone

Garvestone is a village north west of the town of Wymondham and north east of Watton, on the B1135 road. The village was noted in the Domesday Bo..........more info

Gateley

The small village of Gateley is close to the market town of Fakenham and in 2001 had an estimated population of 65. The village church, St Helen,..........more info

Gayton

Gayton is a village 7 miles east of the historic town of King's Lynn and 10 miles north west of the town of Swaffham. In recent years several..........more info

Gayton Thorpe

The small village of Gayton Thorpe is located between the towns of King's Lynn and Swaffham, close to the B1145 road. The village church, St M..........more info

Gaywood

The village of Gaywood is situated close to the historic town of King's Lynn and villages such as South Wootton and West Lynn. ..........more info

Geldeston

Geldeston is a village in Norfolk, 4 miles north east of the Suffolk market towns of Beccles and Bungay. This quiet village offers ample opportun..........more info

Gillingham

The south Norfolk village of Gillingham is just off the A146 road, close to the market town of Beccles, in Suffolk. The village has a regular bus..........more info

Gimingham

Gimingham is a village in north Norfolk, near to the coastal village of Mundesley, and not far from the seaside resort of Cromer. It is within ea..........more info

Gissing

The south Norfolk village of Gissing is located 6 miles north of the market town of Diss, near to the pretty villages of Tivetshall St Margaret, ..........more info

Glandford

The north Norfolk village of Glandford is about 4 miles north west of Holt in the Glaven Valley. Glandford is very close to the coastal villages ..........more info

Gooderstone

The west Norfolk village of Gooderstone is located close to Thetford Forest Park and to the west of the city of Norwich. It is home of Gooderston..........more info

Gorleston on Sea

Gorleston-on-Sea lies next to the town of Great Yarmouth, on the Norfolk coast. It is close to the Norfolk Broads and within easy reach of the cit..........more info

Great Bircham

The village of Great Bircham is roughly 10 miles west of Fakenham and is sometimes also known as Bircham St Mary. Bircham Windmill stands proud i..........more info

Great Cressingham

The quiet village of Great Cressingham is west of Watton, near to the A1065 road and Thetford Forest Park. The village is an ideal place to walk ..........more info

Great Dunham

Great Dunham is 6 miles from Swaffham and roughly 8 miles from Dereham. The village has its own small primary school and the village church, St And..........more info

Great Ellingham

The village of Great Ellingham is located close to Attleborough and only 10 minutes drive from the city of Norwich. Great Ellingham is close to the..........more info

Great Fransham

Great Fransham is a Norfolk village that lies to the east of Dereham, close to the A47 road. It is within easy reach of the city of Norwich and the..........more info

Great Hockham

The south Norfolk village of Great Hockham is 6 miles from Watton and Attleborough and 8 miles from the town of Thetford. Great Hockham has a pre..........more info

Great Massingham

The village of Great Massingham is situated 13 miles east of King's Lynn and 40 miles west of the city of Norwich. The village has several larg..........more info

Great Melton

Great Melton is a quiet village south west of the city of Norwich and close to the villages of Barford, Little Melton and Hethersett. The village c..........more info

Great Moulton

The south Norfolk village of Great Moulton is a quiet village close to Long Stratton, between Diss and Norwich. The village church, St Michael is s..........more info

Great Plumstead

Great Plumstead The village of Great Plumstead is located roughly 5 miles east of Norwich close to the A47 Norwich to Great Yarmouth road. I..........more info

Great Ryburgh

The village of Great Ryburgh is situated 2 miles south east of the market town of Fakenham and has the river Wensum flowing through it. Great Rybur..........more info

Great Ryburgh

The village of Great Ryburgh is situated 2 miles south east of the market town of Fakenham and has the river Wensum flowing through it. Great Rybur..........more info

Great Snoring

The small north Norfolk village of Great Snoring is 7 miles inland from the coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea. The market town of Fakenham is only..........more info

Great Walsingham

The village of Great Walsingham is south of the coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea and lies next to the neighbouring village of Little Walsingham. ..........more info

Great Witchingham

The village of Great Witchingham is situated on the A1067, Norwich to Fakenham road and is roughly 8 miles south west of Aylsham and about 9 mile..........more info

Gresham

Gresham is a village in north Norfolk, a few miles south west of the coastal town of Cromer. Gresham All Saints church has one of the famous Seven ..........more info

Gressenhall

The village of Gressenhall is located 3 miles north west of Dereham, close to the A47 Southern Bypass. It is home of Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse..........more info

Grimston

Grimston is a village 6 miles north east of the historic town of King's Lynn, in west Norfolk. The village is close to the Royal Family's ..........more info

Griston

The quiet rural village of Griston is located south east of Watton, close to the A1075 road. The village church, St Peter and St Paul, dates in par..........more info

Guist

The village of Guist lies on the A1067 Norwich to Fakenham Road and is a fairly big village with some attractive buildings. The village church, St ..........more info

Gunthorpe

Gunthorpe is a north Norfolk village situated 5 miles south west of the picturesque town of Holt, near the A148 road. The village church, St Mary, ..........more info
 

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