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Pages: 184

Language: English

Publisher: Halsgrove (15 Oct. 2009)

By: Hindringham History Group (Author)

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Few villages can boast a more imposing church
than Hindringham. St Martin's tower, at 84
feet high and standing 200 feet above sea level,
can be seen from miles around, and dominates
the village. The village hall, the old school, the
beautiful barns of Church Farm and St Martin's
standing proud on Church Hill is the picture in
most people's minds whenever they think of
Hindringham.
Nestling in central North Norfolk, the village
of Hindringham is about four miles from the
coast and equidistant from Fakenham,Wellsnext-
the-Sea and Holt. By Norfolk standards,
the parish is very large, covering 3,314 acres
of prime agricultural land on which the local
economy was founded. Since 1940, the village
has changed dramatically with the construction
of many new dwellings and the disappearance
of the mills, shops and pubs. The village has
long been known for its sporting prowess and
many can still recall the dances in the village
hall that people came from miles around to
enjoy. Over and above all this, it's the people
and their shared memories that make up a
village and bring it to life. These are just some
of the things that the History Group has aimed
to capture in The Book of Hindringham.


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