Counties > Norfolk

Commuter Towns in Norfolk

Sitting on the east coast, Norfolk is a low lying county that is exposed to the North Sea along its varied coastline. With its many beaches, marshes and cliffs running along the coast, the man made Norfolk Broads & the heavy agricultural use of most inland areas, Norfolk has a wide range of landscapes dotted with untouched pretty towns and villages. Larger towns to note in Norfolk include Norwich, Diss, Kings Lynn, Thetford, Wymondham & Holt.

Norfolk is Known for being flat (although not as flat as some think), Colman’s (mustard), Aviva, Sandringham House, Norfolk Broads, Bernard Matthews & BBC East is located in Norwich.

Norfolk has train lines running from Liverpool Street and Kings Cross (via Cambridge). Journey times are are approximately 84-114 minutes in length.

One of the few counties in England that doesn’t have a motorway, Norfolk is connected to London via the A11 - which turns into the M11 and the A10 runs to London from Kings lynn.

Surrounding counties are Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire to the west and Suffolk to the south.