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DEVELOPING HOMES AND CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEOPLE WITHIN WEST NORFOLK

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Living in West Norfolk

In West Norfolk, you will find everything you need for a great quality of life. Beautiful coastline, sprawling countryside and all the facilities of a large town in King’s Lynn, West Norfolk has it all. And from our offices in King’s Lynn, you are just 40 miles from Norwich and from Peterborough, and just 50 minutes by train to Cambridge and less than two hours to London.


There is so much to discover. The Queen’s estate of Sandringham occupies glorious countryside and is the scene for the annual flower show which attracts visitors from far away. In the northern part of West Norfolk there is a long stretch of coastline which is extremely attractive, containing a substantial number of wildlife reserves. Parts of the coastline are within the Norfolk Coastal Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The seaside town of Hunstanton in the north and the market town of Downham Market in the south provide different services and facilities for local communities. And the main town King’s Lynn combines heritage and the arts with more modern facilities. Each year the town hosts the hugely popular Festival Too music festival which features a range of artists and bands. And the King’s Lynn Festival is a true celebration of arts and culture and offers ballet, opera, orchestral concerts, jazz, folk, classical recitals and children's entertainment. And finally, the Around the World in 80 Dishes event celebrates food, diversity and is sponsored by Freebridge.

What are you waiting for? Come and join us in West Norfolk!

The following adverts to promote West Norfolk have been produced by our employees:

Adverts by our staff

 

Local Councils:
www.west-norfolk.gov.uk
www.northnorfolk.org
www.norfolk.gov.uk

Buying and Renting a Property:
www.rightmove.co.uk

Education:
www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk
www.uea.ac.uk
www.cwa.ac.uk

 

Get in touch:
Email: jobs@freebridge.org.uk
Telephone: 03332 404 444

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