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A popular conservation village, Sedgeford is just 2.5 miles inland from the thriving village of Heacham with its wide range of shops and facilities.
Sedgeford is home to the SHARP (the Sedgeford Historical Archaeological Research Project), a long term, independently run archaeological project, one of the largest projects in Britain and is firmly rooted in the local community. Peddars Way also runs through Sedgeford to Thornham and is a 15 km trail full of history and tradition.
Additionally, on the cusp of Sedgeford and between Snettisham and Heacham is the Wild Ken Hill project, a project to restore nature, fight climate change and grow healthy food across a coastal farm in West Norfolk. There’s also the King William IV Country Inn and Restaurant, which serves traditional ales and good pub food.
King’s Lynn is 15 miles away with its many amenities including schools, shopping and leisure facilities. At King’s Lynn there is a mainline train service via Cambridge to London Kings Cross - approx. 1hr 40mins. The Sandringham Estate is close, with the House, gardens and attractive walks through the woods.
The North West Norfolk coastline is within a short drive, with beautiful, long sandy beaches, and for golfing enthusiasts there is the King’s Lynn Golf Club and the challenging links courses of Hunstanton and The Royal West Norfolk Golf Club at Brancaster.