Around Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
This is another traditional seaside town on the North Norfolk coast about 15 miles west of Sheringham. A small fishing port, now also catering to the tourist, which has lost none of it's original character having quaint narrow streets and alleys.
The Quay, seen here, is about a mile from the sea at the end of an L-shaped inlet.
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Binham is a small village about 6 miles south-east of Wells-next-the-Sea and features the impressive ruins of an 11th century priory.
The current church consists of the first seven bays of the original Priory Church, but without the original aisles.
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Cley is a small, typical Norfolk village on the coast roughly halfway between Wells-next-the-Sea and Sheringham. The name is now pronounced 'Cly', as in Cry, but was pronounced as 'Clay' until the early 20th century.
The early 18th century windmill no longer functions as a mill and has been converted into a small guesthouse.
A ford in typical Norfolk countryside near the village of Little Thornage which is about four miles south of Cley and adjacent to Letheringsett with it's water mill.