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Scenes from Rock 4 Jasmine 2016, held at Fakenham Town FC Clipbush Park. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Scenes from Rock 4 Jasmine 2016, held at Fakenham Town FC Clipbush Park. Picture: Matthew Usher.

http://www.purenorthnorfolk.co.uk/property-to-let/property/5132013-baxter-close-fakenham  New to let today, close to Fakenham town centre.

http://www.purenorthnorfolk.co.uk/property-to-let/property/5132013-baxter-close-fakenham New to let today, close to Fakenham town centre.

Nigel Worthington: Ex-Northern Ireland boss happy at Fakenham Town

Nigel Worthington: Ex-Northern Ireland boss happy at Fakenham Town

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Scenes from Rock 4 Jasmine 2016, held at Fakenham Town FC Clipbush Park. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Scenes from Rock 4 Jasmine 2016, held at Fakenham Town FC Clipbush Park. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Scenes from Rock 4 Jasmine 2016, held at Fakenham Town FC Clipbush Park. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Scenes from Rock 4 Jasmine 2016, held at Fakenham Town FC Clipbush Park. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Fakenham town centre. Photo by North Norfolk District Council

Fakenham town centre. Photo by North Norfolk District Council

The Fakenham Museum of Gas and Local History is the only surviving town gasworks in England and Wales, complete with all equipment used for the manufacture of gas from coal: retorts, condenser, purifiers, meter and gasholder.

The Fakenham Museum of Gas and Local History is the only surviving town gasworks in England and Wales, complete with all equipment used for the manufacture of gas from coal: retorts, condenser, purifiers, meter and gasholder.

The market town of Fakenham in Norfolk, England sowing the war memorial and Fakenham Parish church, there has been a placeof worship on the site for ell over a thousand years.

The market town of Fakenham in Norfolk, England sowing the war memorial and Fakenham Parish church, there has been a placeof worship on the site for ell over a thousand years.

On a sunny day you could almost be in Provence. Fakenham is a cute market town and on Thursday host an amazing auction and a flea and food market. Brilliant diversity.

On a sunny day you could almost be in Provence. Fakenham is a cute market town and on Thursday host an amazing auction and a flea and food market. Brilliant diversity.

The Aldiss drapery store in Fakenham town centre in the mid 1960's

The Aldiss drapery store in Fakenham town centre in the mid 1960's

Kate shopping in Holt Norfolk 4.13.13

Kate spotted shopping in Fakenham

Kate shopping in Holt Norfolk 4.13.13

Fakenham Upper Market. This part of the town has been destroyed by fire. A great disaster but also a fantastic opportunity to discover more about the past with an archaeological dig.

Fakenham Upper Market. This part of the town has been destroyed by fire. A great disaster but also a fantastic opportunity to discover more about the past with an archaeological dig.

Kate shopping in Holt, Norfolk April 13, 2013

Kate spotted shopping in Fakenham

Kate shopping in Holt, Norfolk April 13, 2013

NORFOLK, ENGLAND—A gold mount dating to the late sixth or early seventh century that was found in a Norfolk field may provide clues to the location of Anglo-Saxon settlements in the area. The piece, found near the town of Fakenham, may be from a sword grip, but experts have been unable to determine its precise function. The BBC reports that, according to the Portable Antiquities Scheme, the item is “similar to sword-grip mounts from the Sutton Hoo ship burial and the Staffordshire Hoard.”

NORFOLK, ENGLAND—A gold mount dating to the late sixth or early seventh century that was found in a Norfolk field may provide clues to the location of Anglo-Saxon settlements in the area. The piece, found near the town of Fakenham, may be from a sword grip, but experts have been unable to determine its precise function. The BBC reports that, according to the Portable Antiquities Scheme, the item is “similar to sword-grip mounts from the Sutton Hoo ship burial and the Staffordshire Hoard.”

East Barsham Manor is an important work of Tudor architecture, originally built in or around 1520. It is located in the village of East Barsham, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of the town of Fakenham in  Norfolk. It is protected as a Grade I listed building.The two-storey house was built for Sir Henry Fermor between circa 1520 and 1530.[2] By the 19th century it was largely ruined, and was restored in 1919 and 1938.[2] It was built contemporaneously with Sutton Place, Surrey

East Barsham Manor is an important work of Tudor architecture, originally built in or around 1520. It is located in the village of East Barsham, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of the town of Fakenham in Norfolk. It is protected as a Grade I listed building.The two-storey house was built for Sir Henry Fermor between circa 1520 and 1530.[2] By the 19th century it was largely ruined, and was restored in 1919 and 1938.[2] It was built contemporaneously with Sutton Place, Surrey