Runton

Runton is a civil parish in the English county of Norfolk consisting of the villages of East Runton and West Runton. It covers an area of 5.44 km2 (2.10 sq mi) and had a population of 1,633 in 7.84 households as of the 2001 census. For the purposes of local government, it falls within the district of North Norfolk.

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James Leak
... James Leak was a resident of East Runton, Norfolk around the early part of the 19th century ... one of six thatched cottage that once stood on the cliff top near Runton gap ... His blacksmith’s forge was at West Runton ...
West Runton Elephant - Conclusions
... The elephant skeleton found at West Runton is the best example of the species Mammuthus trogontherii to be unearthed so far ... The West Runton specimen is 85% complete ... these remains it has been deduced that the West Runton Elephant stood some 4 metres (13 ft) at the shoulder and would have weighed in at 10 tonnes (11 short tons) ...
East Runton - Story of James Leak
... James Leak was a resident of East Runton around the early part of the 19th century ... that once stood on the cliff top near Runton gap ... His blacksmith’s forge was at West Runton ...
Andy Runton
... Andy Runton is the creator of the graphic novel series Owly, first published in 2005 by Top Shelf ... In 2005, Runton won the Ignatz Award for Promising New Talent ...