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There has never been a better time to move to the picturesque town of Fakenham in Norfolk. It has maintained the feel of a traditional, countryside town but is developing into a local hub. It now has a popular, monthly famer’s market in its pedestrianised town centre. Much of the floor in Fakenham is inlaid with old printing blocks in a nod to the town’s former prominence as an industrial centre for printing. If you have a sweet tooth you’re in luck, as the town’s most important industry now is as a specialist chocolatier and confectionary producer.
There are many local sites of interest including the historic Raynham Hall and the beautiful Pensthorpe Nature Reserve and Park. But if you fancy something a little more rugged, there are many country walks accessible all over the Norfolk country side. Even better is Fakenham’s proximity to the coast. In just 20 minutes you can be at the coastal Area of Natural Beauty and in around half an hour you could be having fish and chips on the traditional pier at Cromer.
Fakenham no longer has a railway station and the country roads of Norfolk can be difficult to navigate. So why not use reallymoving to find quotes for the best removals companies in the area? Our service will help you find companies with expert local knowledge that will make your move easy.
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