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The Narborough Arms dates back to the 14th century featuring beamed ceilings. The Narborough Arms is a relaxed quiet and friendly place. It offers great value rooms with a fully licensed bar and restaurant. This hotel is ideally located near the Meridian Business Park Narborough Wood Park High Cross Shopping … more >>
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"At Holy Well they speak Welsh, the inhabitants go barefoote and bare leg'd a nasty sort of people; their meate is very small here, mutton is noe bigger than little lamb, what of it there is was sweete; their wine good being neare the sea side and are well provided with fish ..."
Trunch- Trunch, Norfolk, England
A very attractive village near the north Norfolk coast, Trunch has a small village green, a friendly 16th century pub, and a wonderful 15th century church dedicated to St Botolph. The most interesting part of the church is its magnificent carved font canopy, one of only four such canopies in all of England.