Blickling Hall, Norfolk. Belonged to the Boleyn family, has 400 year old hedges…

Blickling Hall, Norfolk. Belonged to the Boleyn family, has 400 year old hedges…

Beach huts at Wells-Next-The-Sea

Beach huts at Wells-Next-The-Sea

Boat trip to see the seal pups is a must when visiting Norfolk

Boat trip to see the seal pups is a must when visiting Norfolk

Holkham Beach North Norfolk , England . Don't need to go too far for a stunning beach

Holkham Beach North Norfolk , England . Don't need to go too far for a stunning beach

- Wells next the Sea

- Wells next the Sea

magicalwanderings: Blakeney Harbour by Taylor Dundee on Flickr — FUCKITANDMOVETOBRITAIN

magicalwanderings: Blakeney Harbour by Taylor Dundee on Flickr — FUCKITANDMOVETOBRITAIN

Cookie's Crab Shed is a North Norfolk institution - you get to eat zingy fresh seafood within sight of the sea, then you can buy some to take home

Cookie's Crab Shed is a North Norfolk institution - you get to eat zingy fresh seafood within sight of the sea, then you can buy some to take home

Norfolk-St Benet's Mill was a level drainage mill and stood on Horning marshes on the opposite side of the River Thurne to the white Thurne drainage mill. The mill was originallly built around 1775 with common sails.

Norfolk-St Benet's Mill was a level drainage mill and stood on Horning marshes on the opposite side of the River Thurne to the white Thurne drainage mill. The mill was originallly built around 1775 with common sails.

Wells next the Sea, Norfolk

Wells next the Sea, Norfolk

Cromer is a largely unremarkable English seaside town, famous for its crabs but not a lot else. Chris Warren’s picture, looking down Jetty Street towards the open sea gives this ‘gem of the Norfolk Coast’ an exotic, almost Mediterranean air. The sky is unusually blue, the North Sea even more so and the light catching the jettied upper floors of the houses adds a warmth not always associated with this stretch of coastline | From 4cornersimages.com

Cromer is a largely unremarkable English seaside town, famous for its crabs but not a lot else. Chris Warren’s picture, looking down Jetty Street towards the open sea gives this ‘gem of the Norfolk Coast’ an exotic, almost Mediterranean air. The sky is unusually blue, the North Sea even more so and the light catching the jettied upper floors of the houses adds a warmth not always associated with this stretch of coastline | From 4cornersimages.com

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