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The King's Lynn Town Hall

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

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

Snettisham village

Snettisham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7LX, Tel: 01485 532610

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

Denver village sign

Denver Village, Norfolk, PE38 0DF, Tel: 01553 763044

Denver is a charming village about 1 miles south of Downham Market. Situated on the edge of the Fens, the village gently descends on the flat Fens toward Denver Sluice.


King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1HP

The Nar Valley Way is a 34 miles long walk, running from the historic port of King's Lynn to the Museum of Rural life at Gressenhall, and is contained almost entirely within the watershed of the River Nar.

Middleton village sign

Middleton, Norfolk, PE32 1RH, Tel: 01553 763044

Middleton lies on the A47 around 3 miles east of King’s Lynn. The village extends north and south of the main road extending to Fair Green in the northern part of the village and Blackborough End in the south

The village of North Runcton

North Runcton, Norfolk, PE33 0RA, 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.

The West Lynn Ferry Station

West Lynn, Norfolk, PE34 3JF, Tel: 01553 763044

West Lynn sits on the west bank of the River Great Ouse across from King’s Lynn. A ferry has linked West Lynn to main part of King’s Lynn since 1285

Heacham beach

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7DB, Tel: 01485 532610

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

The village is a great base from which to explore

Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, PE31 8DD, Tel: 01485 201256

Burnham Deepdale is in the parish of Brancaster, together with Brancaster Staithe and Brancaster itself.

The New Hunstanton Trail

New Hunstanton, Norfolk, -, Tel: 01362 694132

This is a Treasure Hunt trail. The trail is approximately 1¾ miles long and you should allow up to 2 hours to complete.

The village church

Village Centre, Thornham, Norfolk, PE36 6LY, Tel: 01485 532610

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

The riverside at Wiggenhall St. Germans

Wiggenhall St Germans, Norfolk, PE34 3EY, Tel: 01553 763044

Wiggenhall St Germans is situated 5 miles south of King’s Lynn and has developed on both east and west sides of the River Great Ouse.


Town Centre, Swaffham, Norfolk, PE37 7RB

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.

A rural landscape at The Walpoles

The Walpoles, Norfolk, PE14 7NS, Tel: 01553 763044

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


Great Cressingham, Thetford, Norfolk, UK

Castle Rising Village

Castle Rising, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 6AH, Tel: 01553 763044

The village of Castle Rising, 5 miles north east of King’s Lynn, was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1066, when it was owned by Odo, Bishop of Bayeux, the half-brother of William the Conqueror.


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

Near the train crossing at Watlington

Watlington, Norfolk, PE33 0HA, Tel: 01553 763044

Watlington is located 7 miles south of King’s Lynn and 8 miles north of Downham Market. Easily accessible from the A10,