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Guestwick Guestwick is a village and a civil parish in the English county of Norfolk. The village is south-west of Cromer, north-west of Norwich and north-east of London. The village lies west of the nearby town of Aylsham. The village lies far from any High roads. The nearest railway station is at Sheringham for the Bittern Line which runs between Sheringham, Cromer and Norwich. The nearest airport is Norwich International Airport.
Guestwick In the Domesday Book, Guestwick is mentioned but as the settlement of Geghestueit and is described as an area of pasture land used by the people of the nearby village of Guist. By the beginning of the 11th century it has been recorded that the settlement had its own church and so had become independent. The village has an Old Station House, which belonged to the former Midland and Great Northern Railway which ran from Norwich to Sheringham on the North Norfolk Coast.
Guestwick The Parish church of Saint Peter has a Saxon-Norman tower constructed of carstone set in the angle between the chancel and the north aisle. Originally it was set in the center and the arches to its chancel and nave are still there although they are filled with masonry now. In the south aisle there are two windows with examples of 15th century Norwich Glass. The altar rails and altar table are from the Georgian period.
Guestwick To the north of the church can be found the Congregational Chapel which is one of the earliest in England. It was built in 1652 but has been altered in 1809 and again in 1840. The one time minister John Godwin was the father of the political philosopher William Godwin and the grandfather of Mary Godwin who became Mary Shelley
Guestwick There are two settlements that make up the parish of Guestwick. Guestwick Green in the south west of the parish and Guestwick which is centered on the parish church of Saint Peter. In the parish there is a scattering of farms and isolated properties. The Parish largely relies on near-by settlements of Foulsham and Reepham for its facilities. Guestwick is situated south of the North Norfolk coast which is only or 20 minutes by car.
Guestwick who is best known for her Gothic novel "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus" (1818).
Guestwick railway station Like many of the stations on the line, Guestwick was simply too small to support a station and regular trains to Norwich and King's Lynn.
Guestwick railway station Guestwick railway station is a former station in Norfolk, England. It was constructed by the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway in 1882 on the line between Melton Constable and Norwich City. It was closed in 1959. It served the village of Guestwick. It is on the path of Marriott's Way which follows the route of the old line.
Robert Sheringham He was born in Guestwick, Norfolk. He studied at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he was B.A. in 1623, M.A.and Fellow in 1628. He was removed from his fellowship in 1644, but restored in 1660. While in exile, he taught Arabic and Hebrew in Rotterdam.
Bawdeswell Bawdeswell is one of 13 parishes in the Heart of Norfolk benefice. which includes Billingford, Bintree, Foulsham, Foxley, Guestwick, Guist, North Elmham, Stibbard, Themelthorpe, Twyford, Wood Norton and Worthing. The parish finances are ably supported by 'The Friends of Bawdeswell Church', who with various fund raising events and appeals, contribute towards the maintenance of the church fabric and the cost of heating it and insuring it.