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Wacton

Wacton is a small village situated 12 miles south of Norwich close to Long Stratton, and is one of the few places in the county for which a census ..........more info

Walcott

Situated six miles from North Walsham, Walcott can be found right on the coastline. The name Walcott derives from the Celtic word Walecote, meaning..........more info

Walpole St Andrew

The villages of Walpole St Andrew and Walpole St Peter are amalgamated under one parish council and are collectively known as Walpole. The 13th cen..........more info

Walpole St Peter

The villages of Walpole St Peter and Walpole St Andrew are amalgamated under one parish council. Walpole, as it’s now collectively known, is..........more info

Warham

The Warhams are made up of Warham St Mary to the west, and Warham All Saints to the east. Situated 2 miles from the seaside village of Wells, it is..........more info

Waterden

The tiny village of Waterden is close to Fakenham and Burnham Market and if you were not specifically looking for it, you could easily miss it. Wat..........more info

Watlington

Located 8 miles from the town of King's Lynn, Watlington has a railway station and a social club. Its church, St Peter and St Paul, has a beaut..........more info

Waxham

The village of Waxham is on the coast, a 10 minutes drive from Stalham, and has a range of holiday accommodation on offer. Sometimes spotted from t..........more info

Wayford Bridge

Wayford Bridge is a small village situated in the Norfolk Broads, on the River Ant. There are boat moorings available here and a pub. There are som..........more info

Weasenham All Saints

Weasenham All Saints is roughly 8 miles south west of Fakenham, close to the A1065. In 2001 it is estimated that the north Norfolk villages populat..........more info

Weasenham St Peter

The village of Weasenham St Peter is situated 7 miles south west of Fakenham, close to the A1065. It was home to John Timpson, the well-respected B..........more info

Weeting

Weeting-Cum-Bromehill is a Saxon village situated between Methwold and Brandon, near to Thetford Forest Park. Weeting hosts a steam engine rally ev..........more info

Welborne

The small, yet sprawling village of Welborne is situated 16 miles west of Norwich. All Saints' Church and the village hall sit in the centre of..........more info

Wellingham

This small village is about 7 miles from the market town of Fakenham. Its church, St Andrew's, is a typical small, Norfolk, parish church. It d..........more info

Wells-next-the-Sea

The seaside village of Wells-next-the-Sea is a bracing, mile-long walk from the sea. With its brightly painted beach-huts, colour-washed houses and..........more info

Wendling

The small village of Wendling is situated approximately 4 miles from the town of Dereham, close to the A47. Here you will find Honeypot Wood, which..........more info

Wereham

Wereham is a village located 13 miles south east of King's Lynn. The village is built around the village green and pond, with newer housing to ..........more info

West Acre

The small village of West Acre is about 4½ miles from Swaffham, consisting of a mainly agricultural community. Actor and writer Stephen Fry..........more info

West Barsham

The rural village of West Barsham is situated 3½ miles from the market town of Fakenham. The village church is set within a neat graveyard ..........more info

West Beckham

West Beckham is a small, rural village a few miles from Sheringham and Cromer and the market town of Holt. It is a pretty little village with a lov..........more info

West Bilney

The village of West Bilney is situated 7 miles south east of King's Lynn and was once home to Elizabeth Freke, a 17th/18th century memoirist, w..........more info

West Bradenham

The quiet village of West Bradenham lies south west of Dereham and east of Swaffham. Its church, St Andrew's, has a 14th century tower porch, 1..........more info

West Dereham

West Dereham is a small village approximately 6 miles from the town of Swaffham. West Dereham Abbey was founded over 800 years ago by Hubert Walter..........more info

West Lexham

The small village of West Lexham is situated between the towns of Swaffham and Fakenham. St Nicholas Church was largely rebuilt during Victorian ti..........more info

West Lynn

West Lynn is just over the river from King's Lynn and is linked by a ferry. St Peter's Church has sadly fallen victim to vandals but has an..........more info

West Newton

The small village of West Newton is about 8 miles north east of King's Lynn. St Peter's and St Paul's Church has a 14th century tower w..........more info

West Raynham

West Raynham is a small village approximately 6 miles from Fakenham with a primary school and village hall. The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall is one o..........more info

West Rudham

This small, quiet north Norfolk village is situated between King's Lynn and Fakenham. During the last one hundred and fifty years, its populati..........more info

West Runton

The coastal village of West Runton is situated roughly 2 miles from Cromer and Sheringham. There is a lovely sand and pebble beach, as well as a ra..........more info

West Tofts

The small village of West Tofts is near to the town of Thetford and approximately 7 miles from Santon Downham. St Mary's Church is a large vill..........more info

West Walton

West Walton is a small village 12 miles south west of King's Lynn. St Mary's Church campanile stands 60ft to the south of the church. It wa..........more info

West Winch

West Winch is 2 miles from King's Lynn and has a thriving community. The village offers many well-attended groups and activities, making good u..........more info

Weston Longville

The village of Weston Longville is an agricultural village situated between Dereham and Fakenham. It is home to the popular Dinosaur Park and Westo..........more info

Westwick

The small village of Westwick is located to the south of North Walsham and to the east of Aylsham. Its church, St Botolph is a stately church on a ..........more info

Weybourne

Weybourne is a coastal village midway between Holt and Sheringham on the north Norfolk coast. It is on the route for the Holt to Sheringham, North ..........more info

Whinburgh

The quiet village of Whinburgh is situated 3½ miles south of Dereham, close to the B1135. ..........more info

Whissonsett

Whissonsett is a small village that prides itself on its sense of community. It has a long history of fundraising and has also won competitions for..........more info

Whitewell

The tiny village of Whitwell neighbours Reepham and is located south west of Aylsham. Its church, St Michael, is an imposing medieval church and is..........more info

Whittington

The west Norfolk village of Whittington is roughly 15 miles north west of Thetford, close to the A134 and Thetford Forest Park. ..........more info

Wickhampton

The tiny village of Wickhampton lies on the edge of the Halvergate Marshes, 8 miles west of Great Yarmouth. Halvergate Marshes became Britain's fir..........more info

Wicklewood

Wicklewood is a rural village, 11 miles south west of Norwich and about 3 miles from Wymondham. Wicklewood windmill is one of the smaller corn wind..........more info

Wickmere with Wolterton

Wickmere is a tiny hamlet with a population of approximately 100 people. There are several traditional brink and flint cottages, which are over 30..........more info

Wiggenhall St Germans

The pretty village of Wiggenhall St Germans is near to King's Lynn, with the River Ouse running through the centre of it. In 1953 St Germans su..........more info

Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen

The village of Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen is located 6 miles south south west of King's Lynn and to the north of Downham Market. ..........more info

Wiggenhall St Mary Virgin

Wiggenhall St Mary the Virgin is a village situated roughly 5 miles south south west of the historic town of King's Lynn. It is also known as ..........more info

Wiggenhall St Peter

The small village of Wiggenhall St Peter is about 5 miles south of King's Lynn and north of Downham Market. ..........more info

Wighton

Wighton is a pretty little village, near to the coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea. Once there was a watermill in Wighton, but this was dismantle..........more info

Wilby

The small village of Wilby can be found south of Attleborough and north east of Thetford. All Saints Church at Wilby was partly destroyed by fire i..........more info

Wimbotsham

Wimbotsham is an attractive and quiet village 1½ miles from Downham Market. St Mary's church features two Norman doorways, and carved be..........more info

Winfarthing

The quiet south Norfolk village of Winfarthing is located 4 miles north of Diss, 12 miles east of the town of Thetford and 18 miles south of the ci..........more info

Winterton-on-Sea

The coastal village of Winterton-on-Sea is approximately 8 miles from Great Yarmouth and close to Caister-on-Sea. In 2003, Winterton-on-Sea won awa..........more info

Wiveton

The pretty north Norfolk village of Wiveton is close to the popular villages of Morston, Blakeney and Cley-next-the-Sea. St Mary's church dates..........more info

Wolferton

Wolferton is a small village, about 5 miles from King's Lynn and used to be the location for the Royal Family's Railway Station, before it ..........more info

Wood Dalling

The village of Wood Dalling is roughly 7 miles west of Aylsham, 3½ miles form Reepham and 14 miles north west of the city of Norwich. Its c..........more info

Wood Norton

Wood Norton is a village that is situated 6 miles east of Fakenham and 18 miles north west of the city of Norwich. ..........more info

Woodbastwick

The pretty village of Woodbastwick is situated 8 miles north east of Norwich, on the edge of the Broads. St Fabian and Sebastian church received do..........more info

Woodgate

Woodgate is located near to the town of Dereham, close to the A47. The city of Norwich is in easy reach by car, as are the Norfolk Broads. ..........more info

Woodrising

The pretty village of Woodrising is set in woodlands, south of Dereham. St Nicholas Church had a tower that fell down 200 years ago and itsm bell..........more info

Woodton

Woodton is a small village 5 miles from Bungay. It is both a commuter village for Norwich and a village for retirees. Woodton holds an annual '..........more info

Wormegay

The village of Wormegay is situated roughly 7 miles from the historic town of King's Lynn. Wormegay Castle is an unusual earthwork motte and ba..........more info

Worstead

Located in north Norfolk, about 13 miles north of Norwich is the village of Worstead. It was once a town but is now a small village with a village ..........more info

Worthing

The rural village of Worthing is roughly 6 miles from Dereham and about 12 miles from Fakenham. St. Margaret's Church is a Saxon church with a Norm..........more info

Wramplingham

The village of Wramplingham is north of Wymondham, and close to the city of Norwich. The mill at Wramplingham was a three-storey corn mill, built o..........more info

Wreningham

The village 3 miles from Wymondham was originally three parishes, namely Wreningham All Saints, Wreningham St Mary and Wreningham Nelonde. This uni..........more info

Wretham

Also referred to as East Wretham, the village of Wretham is situated approximately 7 miles north east of Thetford. The Norfolk Wildlife Trust's..........more info

Wretton

Wretton is a quiet rural village situated south east of Downham Market and south of King's Lynn. It has only recently attached to mains sewerag..........more info
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