North Walsham

North Walsham is a market town and civil parish in Norfolk, England in the North Norfolk district.

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Potter Heigham Railway Station
... Sporle Dunham Fransham Wendling Scarning King's Lynn to Hunstanton North Wootton Wolferton Dersingham Snettisham Heacham Hunstanton Heacham to Wells Sedgeford Docking Stanhoe Burnham Market Holkham Wells ...
Crostwight - History
... the time of the Peasants' Revolt of 1381, the area of North Walsham was "the cradle, the supreme fortress, and the tomb of the Norfolk rebels", generating surveys of households, and ... of North Walsham, has only 69 souls, and 777 acres (3.14 km2) of land, mostly the property of Martin James Shepheard, Esq ... of the North Walsham and Crostwight Hall, a large old mansion near the ruin of the ancient manor house, which was a seat of the Walpoles ...
Cambridge R.U.F.C. - History
... in 1988 and by 1991 was playing in London 3 North East Division ... the Club was promoted to London 2 North and after 4 years in this division, was promoted at the end of the 1998–99 season to London 1, which feeds into the National Leagues ... was second to an all-conquering London Scottish team in London 2 North and won an exciting play-off against Barnes 21-19 to regain promotion to London 1 ...
North Walsham - Sport
... North Walsham is home to a National League 3 South rugby union team ... North Walsham R.F.C ...
St Nicholas Church, North Walsham - History
... of the Peasants' Revolt in 1381, following the Battle of North Walsham, when a large group of rebellious local peasants was confronted and defeated by the heavily armed forces led by the warlike bishop ... The Paston Way (from North Walsham to Cromer) starts at the parish church ...

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    If I could put my hand on the north star, would it be as beautiful? The sea is lovely, but when we bathe in it the beauty forsakes all the near water. For the imagination and senses cannot be gratified at the same time.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)