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|Holidays in Thornham Norfolk|
|OS Grid: TF 730430||Approx 1.7m 2.7km From the Coast|
|Latitude: 52° 57' 22"|
|Longitude:0° 34' 33"|
|Latitude: 52.956||Select another Norfolk Location:||View Google Map|
Titchwell Marsh under two miles away is one of the RSPB's most visited reserve with hundreds of thousands of migrating birds passing through in spring and autumn. Unrivalled opportunity to see many species of ducks, waders, seabirds and geese.
Inland is the village of Docking with its charm and history, village stocks, old lock up and carefully hidden village stores. One of Norfolks unsung heroes was born here in 1845, George Smith the youngest son of the local shoemaker He went to Natal as a missionary in 1871 when the Zulu war started seven years later he became attached to the British Army as a temporary chaplain and played a prominent part in the defence of Rorkes Drift.