The Village of Trunch in Norfolk
A visitors guide to the small inland
Norfolk village of Trunch set amongst the byways of Norfolk in an Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty. Dominating the village is the attractive
church of St. Botolph's, situated right next to the village's 16th century
pub The Trunch Crown. The Trunch Crown is an award winning Pub
Specializing in Real Ales, along with delicious and home made fayre.
Trunch is a Norfolk village that can trace its history back to 1066 with
the word Trunch being derived from a Danish word meaning ‘weighing
The village has a local village
store. For a larger range of shops then try the market town of North
with its supermarkets and range of independent shops.
Here you will also find a swimming pool and ten-pin bowling attraction.
Two miles away on the coast is the seaside village of Mundesley
renowned for its sandy beaches and cliff side walks.
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