A Fakenham Blog
Unofficial Fakenham blog, news, opinion & rumourmill. This is an unofficial Fakenham blog, created by local website designer, Steve Hall. Information, misinformation, opinion, local news, pure gossip and other content designed to steal your time. Be prepared for subjects such as Norfolk, Fakenham, local business, food and drink, music, plus general 'grumpy-old-man' rantings. Suggestions welcomed!
Mundesley is a pretty village situated on the coast of North Norfolk and has a resident population of around 2,500. It is a mixture of rich farming land and a popular seaside resort, frequented by many people during the summer. The beautiful beach proudly flies the 2009 Blue Flag for cleanliness and there are plentiful sands stretching for miles with very little shingle.
Richardson's Holiday Parks UK have family oriented activity parks along the Norfolk Coast.
SouthreppsSouthrepps is a lovely rustic village set two miles inland from the sea and lying half way between North Walsham to the east and Cromer to the west. The village is in two halves (Upper Southrepps and Lower Southrepps) - for reasons unknown but probably to do with the Black Death - and is separated by a mile of farm land.
Trunch Village Website
The North Norfolk historic village of Trunch with a population of approximately 1,000 lies only two miles from the East coast, close to the coastal resort of Mundesley. Our nearest town inland is North Walsham, and the historic and fine city of Norwich is around 17 miles south of Trunch.
Wells-next-the-Sea is one of the most attractive towns on the North Norfolk Coast. From the long sweeping beach bordered by pine woodland, along the gentle harbour with small fishing boats and children fishing for crabs, past the shops on Staithe Street with not a chain store in sight, to the tree-lined park with its fine Georgian houses, quiet pubs and restaurants - Wells is an unspoiled seaside destination, waiting to be discovered.
The official website for Worstead Village.
The Norfolk Guide
Norfolk Guide hopes to help towards both these aims by offering a service to local businesses whilst ensuring that the needs of the site visitor remains paramount so as to increase the relevance of the site whilst maintaining the integrity of the directory and the information it provides.
The Official website of tourism in Norfolk. A fantastic website that provides everything you need to know about visiting Norfolk.
VisitBritain is Britain's national tourism agency, responsible for marketing Britain overseas. They work in partnership with thousands of organisations in the UK and overseas and seek to ensure that Britain is marketed in an appropriate way in 35 markets around the world. They also work to promote the tourism industry within the UK itself.
Norfolk Broads Review
A website which reviews places to visit around the Norfolk Broads
Hundreds of photos of Norfolk towns and villages, with guides and tourist information.