Felbrigg village in Norfolk, England, UK.
Felbrigg is a village close to Cromer on the Norfolk coast,
avenues of mighty oaks and beeches lead you across a great park. Although cliffs line the
coast, behind Cromer is a ridge, which runs parallel with the sea. It is thickly wooded
and ideal for walks and picnics.
The Felbrigg Estate, a National Trust property, lies on top
of this ridge. The Hall dates back to around 1620. Many families lived at the Hall, Sir
Simon Felbrigg who was standard bearer to King Richard II, William Windham who was one of
Pitts ministers who lived through the exciting years of Napoleon and knew all the
famous men of his day, he was one of Dr Johnsons best friends. John Nettons
tomb is in the churchyard enclosed in ironwork with a passion flower delicately wrought.
Many activities are held at Felbrigg Hall so look out for the diary of events.
Only the church accompanies Felbrigg Hall in the park. The church houses some of the finest brasses in Norfolk, the most notable is one dated 1416 of Sir Simon Felbrigg and his wife who was cousin to Anne of Bohemia, Richard IIs Queen.
There are two V shaped paths running through Victory Wood at Felbrigg Hall, which
commemorate VE Day.
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