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Narborough

Narborough is a village 5 miles north west of the town of Swaffham, on the river Nar. Items have been unearthed in the village that suggest tha..........more info

Neatishead

The small sprawling village of Neatishead is situated to the east of Norwich and the number of residents in the village has virtually remained ..........more info

Necton

Necton is 4 miles east of the town of Swaffham and south of the A47, Norwich to King's Lynn road. The village is within easy reach of Thetfor..........more info

Needham

The small and pretty south Norfolk village of Needham is situated 7 miles east of the town of Diss. Needham has greatly benefited from the buildi..........more info

New Buckenham

New Buckenham was an important market town in medieval times, but now it is effectively a village. Situated in the Breckland district of Norfolk,..........more info

New Houghton

The small village of New Houghton is in west Norfolk, close to the villages of Flitcham and East Rudham. New Houghton is approximately 30 miles f..........more info

Newport

Newport is a village located between the costal resorts of Scratby and Winterton-on-Sea, close to Hemsby and Ormesby St Margaret. The Norfolk Bro..........more info

Newton Flotman

The village of Newton Flotman is 6 miles south of Norwich on the A140, Norwich to Ipswich road. Newton Flotman church, St Mary, dates to around..........more info

Newton St Faith

Located in the Broadland district of Norfolk, Newton St Faith lies to the north of Norwich International Airport and the city of Norwich. The Nor..........more info

Nordelph

The village of Nordelph is 4 miles south west of Downham Market, close to the A1122 road in the Norfolk fens. Nordelph church, Holy Trinity, was ..........more info

North Barsham

The small rural village of North Barsham is approximately 5 miles north of the market town of Fakenham and east of the B1105 road. The civil pari..........more info

North Creake

North Creake is a village in north west Norfolk that lies 3 miles south of Burnham Market and approximately 5 miles from the north Norfolk coast. T..........more info

North Elmham

The village of North Elmham is 5 miles north of Dereham on the west bank of the river Wensum. It was the site of the pre-Norman cathedral of Elmham..........more info

North Green

North Green is a small village in south Norfolk, south east of Long Stratton, and close to the A140, Norwich to Ipswich Road. ..........more info

North Lopham

The village of North Lopham is roughly 6 miles north west of the market town of Diss, close to the villages of South Lopham, Garboldisham and Fer..........more info

North Pickenham

The village of North Pickenham is located 4 miles south east of Swaffham, just north of the village of South Pickenham. North Pickenham is withi..........more info

North Runcton

North Runcton is a village in west Norfolk, 3 miles south east of King's Lynn. During the First World War, actor Sir Michael Caine, spent 6 ye..........more info

North Tuddenham

North Tuddeham is a small village 4 miles east of Dereham and close to the A47 road. North Tuddenham church, St Mary, is a large building that ..........more info

North Wootton

The small west Norfolk village of North Wootton is situated 3 miles north east of King's Lynn, close to the Norfolk coast. North Wootton was p..........more info

Northrepps

The village of Northrepps is 3 miles from the north Norfolk coastal town of Cromer and is approached from all directions by pretty meandering c..........more info

Northwold

The village of Northwold is situated 18 miles from the historic town of King's Lynn just north of the A134 road. Northwold church, St Andrew,..........more info

Norton Subcourse

The south Norfolk village of Norton Subcourse is situated south east of the city of Norwich and roughly 9 miles south west of Great Yarmouth, clo..........more info
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