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Castle Rising, Norfolk, England Heritage Rating: A medium sized village near Aylsham, Cawston draws visitors from every corner of the country to see the fabulous hammer-beam roof of St Agnes church.
There was a church here as early as the 12th century, but the present building dates to the 14th century.
At opposite ends of the village stand the ruins of a Norman castle and the equally impressive remains of an 11th-century priory.
Castle Acre, Norfolk, England Heritage Rating: A lovely old village, part of the great Sandringham estate.
Caister-on-Sea is a seaside resort town just north of Great Yarmouth.
Caister took its name from the Roman 'castra', a reference to the Roman fort established here in the late 2nd century AD.
Cawston, Norfolk, England Heritage Rating: Cley-next-the-Sea is a popular village near Blakeney on the north Norfolk Coast.
Diss is built around a natural lake called the Mere.
Diss boasts a wide variety of Georgian and Edwardian buildings, and nearby is the Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens.