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Docking is a pretty village in the north western corner of Norfolk which can trace its origins back to Roman times.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 8NG

tel: 01485 532610

 

Swaffham is an attractive, family friendly Norfolk market town which sits at the very northern point of the Brecks, an area of outstanding tranquillity and beauty which stretches across Norfolk & Suffolk.

Town Centre, Swaffham, Norfolk, PE37 7RB

 

North Wootton village is immediately adjacent to King’s Lynn. Former marshland, drained several centuries ago, links the village to the coast

North Wootton, Norfolk, PE30 3RE

tel: 01553 763044

 

Snettisham is located 5 miles south of Hunstanton and 10 miles from Kings Lynn. There has been a settlement in Snettisham since ancient times as shown by discoveries of flints from the Mesolithic and Neolithic periods

Snettisham Village, Snettisham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7LX

tel: 01485 532610

 

Sandy Lane, South Wootton, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 3NX

 

One of the largest villages in West Norfolk, Dersingham is 9 miles north of King's Lynn.

Dersingham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 6LN

tel: 01485 532610

 

South Wootton is about 2 miles north east of King’s Lynn town centre, adjacent to North Wootton and about 2 miles south of Castle Rising village.

South Wootton, South Wootton, Norfolk, PE30 3NG

tel: 01553 763044

 

The village of Tilney All Saints lies 6 miles south east of King’s Lynn and is easily accessible form the A17 and A47.

Tilney All Saints, Norfolk, PE34 4SW

tel: 01553 763044

 

Gaywood Plantation is small woodland, adjacent to a residential area, on the outskirts of Kings Lynn. The wood is characterised by large mature oaks with a hazel coppice under storey.

Plantation Wood, off Parkway, Gaywood, King's Lynn, PE30 4QJ

 

The Norfolk Coast Path stretches from Hunstanton in the west to Cromer in the east and runs through Norfolk's heritage coast within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 6EL

 

Dating back to the 12th C. the market town of King's Lynn was once one of England's most important ports.

Town Centre, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1HP

 

The village of Castle Acre lies on the River Nar, 15 miles east of King’s Lynn. It is best known today for the twin ruins of Castle Acre Castle and Castle Acre Priory

Castle Acre, Norfolk, PE32 2XD

tel: 01553 763044

 

Thornham is a small coastal village about 4 miles east of Hunstanton and is situated in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Village Centre, Thornham, Norfolk, PE36 6LY

tel: 01485 532610

 

Beachamwell, Swaffham, Norfolk, PE37 8BD

 

The Peter Scott Walk follows the old sea bank along the Wash from King's Lynn, to the Peter Scott lighthouse at Sutton Bridge in Lincolnshire.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE34 3JQ

 

There is evidence of settlement in the Heacham area, for around the last 5,000 years, with numerous Neolithic and bronze age finds

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7DB

tel: 01485 532610

 

Situated around 9 miles west of King’s Lynn, The Walpoles comprise two villages, Walpole St Peter and Walpole St. Andrew, as well as the hamlet of Walpole Marsh

The Walpoles, Norfolk, PE14 7NS

tel: 01553 763044

 

North Runcton is situated about 4 miles south east of King’s Lynn. In the centre of the village is the green and All Saints' parish church.

North Runcton, Norfolk, PE33 0RA

tel: 01553 763044