A little village with a Great name
Great Snoring is a sleepy rural village in North Norfolk on the river Stiffkey and is 2 miles south east of Little Walsingham and 6 miles south of the sea at Wells next to Sea.
Great Snoring is recorded in the Domesday Book as Snaringa. The village is referred to as Snoryng Magna in some records until the 1500s. In the 1450s there is reference to the village as Mekyl-snoryng .
St Mary The Virgin
Sunday 23 October 11am Eucharist
Every Wednesday 8am Eucharist
Wayside Gardens Prize 2016
Mary John, South House, Fakenham Road
Excellent border, very decorative, a good selection of plants to provide interest all year
Billy Bushell, White House, Dildash Lane
Well placed larger plants, all placed very effectively
Joyce Tibbitts, 3 Thursford Road
Small but full of variety and colour.
24 Thursford Road
Not at its best just yet , but very tidy and view of garden outstanding
The White House, The Street and 10 Thorpland
Both colourful, but lacking in variety
Cherry Tree Cottage, The Street
Colourful geraniums and good grass edge