The village of Sutton lies between Stalham and Potter Heigham and is 14 miles from the city of Norwich. Sutton Windmill is Britain's tallest windmill and the view from the top gallery of the coastline and countryside is breathtaking. Sutton church, St Michael, is a small building that dates in part to the early 14th century and is hidden away down a maze of narrow lanes.
Tourist Attractions in Sutton
Sutton Pottery is a small studio workshop in rural Norfolk, established by Malcolm Flatman in 1977 in the village of Sutton, near Stalham. He uses the potter's wheel and the fire of a gas kiln to create a large rang of "reduction" stoneware entirely by hand. He has developed an assortment of practical, repeatable, replaceable and affordable tableware and kitchenware in a wide variety of glaze colours which he blends himself in the interests of consistency. The products are dishwasher and microwave safe. Malcolm also produces a multitude of more decorative pieces, including house name plates and other commissions, and some distinctive lamps. He also enjoys the challenge of making orders to customers' own ideas. The pottery carries the distinctive "windmill" symbol.