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Norfolk Best Beach Guide Our Top 10 @fabulousnorfolk Why not come and stay in one of our tents. http://www.2posh2pitch.co.uk/

Fabulous Norfolk Beaches Guide Our Top 10. Family Friendly North Norfolk Beaches • Hunstanton • Holkham • Brancaster • Wells • Cromer & Sheringham.

Beach huts at Wells-Next-The-Sea

Just a few lines that came to me whilst enjoying my morning walk on the beach at Wells-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk.

Looking for the best beaches in Norfolk? Read our recommendations for the 7 best Norfolk beaches, including Holkham Beach | Wells-next-the-Sea | Brancaster Beach | Hunstanton Beach | Old Hunstanton Beach | Cromer Beach | Blakeney Point. Find out other things to do on the North Norfolk Coast #visitnorfolk #norfolkbeaches #norfolk #northnorfolkcoast #northnorfolk #visitengland #britishseaside #britishbeaches

Looking for the best beaches in Norfolk? Read our recommendations for the 7 best Norfolk beaches, including Holkham Beach | Wells-next-the-Sea | Brancaster Beach | Hunstanton Beach | Old Hunstanton Beach | Cromer Beach | Blakeney Point. Find out other things to do on the North Norfolk Coast #visitnorfolk #norfolkbeaches #norfolk #northnorfolkcoast #northnorfolk #visitengland #britishseaside #britishbeaches

Cromer seafront, Norfolk , UK by Baz Richardson. The 14th century church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. The church has a tower of over 160ft and is the highest in Norfolk and serves as a landmark for shipping

Although there has been a settlement at Cromer for the best part of a thousand years, it only became a resort in Victorian times with the arrival of the railways. The town is centred around the 14th century church of SS Peter and Paul. This was substantially rebuilt in the 19th century after it fell into disrepair. The church tower, at just over 160 feet, is the highest in Norfolk, and serves as a landmark for shipping. The red brick building on the right of the picture was originally built…

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