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Norfolktalesmyths.com   DA: 21 PA: 21 MOZ Rank: 42

  • NOTICE: ‘Norfolk Tales, Myths & More!’ is a ‘non-commercial’ Site seeking only to be informative and educational on topics broadly related to the history and heritage of the County of Norfolk in the U.K

Norfolktalesmyths.com   DA: 21 PA: 7 MOZ Rank: 29

  • We endeavour to identify and promote an interest in tales specific to the County of Norfolk (UK) and its immediate county neighbours
  • These tales will, inevitably, be far ranging and will include topics of Fact, Fiction, Historical, Contemporary, Mythological, Folklore – and probably much more
  • Our aim is to air all of these topics.

Facebook.com   DA: 16 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 68

  • THE GAPS IN NORFOLK – AND ELSEWHERE! If you look up ‘Gap’ in a dictionary, you’ll find it described as “a space or interval; a break in continuity”

Thenorfolkdumpling.com   DA: 22 PA: 17 MOZ Rank: 42

  • Legend has it that a flock of starlings moved the bell tower that used to be attached to St Nicholas’ Church in East Dereham
  • Thank you to Norfolk Tales, Myths and More for their folk tale which led to the Norfolk Dumpling’s version

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NORFOLK’S BIG FREEZE! On 27 December 1962 Mary Barnard recorded that Norwich was in the grip of a ‘Big Freeze’ and that the icy weather would go …

Norfolkrecordofficeblog.org   DA: 27 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 82

  • Sadly, the historical facts do not bear out this or any of the other tales of Eccles church bells tolling beneath the waves
  • The 1552 Inventory of Church Goods, a national survey of all English parish churches undertaken at the behest of Edward VI confirms that on 31 August 1552 Eccles St
  • Mary-next-the-Sea held two bells valued at £6

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  • Norfolktalesmyths – Norfolk Tales, Myths & More! Norfolktalesmyths.com DA: 21 PA: 26 MOZ Rank: 48
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Colonelunthanksnorwich.com   DA: 26 PA: 46 MOZ Rank: 79

  • The resulting book – Colonel Unthank’s Norwich: A Sideways Look at the City – is a collection of articles on the history and buildings of Norwich
  • All chapters are based on personal research yet this was never intended to be a straight-on history book that followed a timeline
  • Topics are eclectic but, as characters and buildings are

Colonelunthanksnorwich.com   DA: 26 PA: 37 MOZ Rank: 71

  • An Act of 1836 allowed Nonconformists to conduct their own funeral services but it wasn’t until 1880 [1] that they had the right to be buried in a parish church, using their own rites instead of a Church of England service [2]
  • After the 2011 census, Norwich was reported to be the country’s most godless city [3] but the 1851 census had

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