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Saxlingham The village is 13.1 miles west of Cromer, 26 miles north-west of Norwich and 126 miles north-east of London. The village lies 3.6 miles west of the nearby town of Holt.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. The town lies within North Norfolk district and for Westminster elections, the constituency of North Norfolk, currently represented by Norman Lamb, a Liberal Democrat. It is in the civil parish of Saxlingham Nethergate.
Saxlingham Saxlingham is a village that is located in the civil parish of Field Dalling in the English county of Norfolk.
Saxlingham Saxlingham is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 where it is listed under the names ‘Saxelinghham' and 'Saxelingaham'. The main tenant of the manor was Bishop William Peter de Valognes.
Saxlingham The Parish Church of Saint Margaret was constructed mainly in the 15th Century. The Church was extensively restored by a benefactor, Sir Alfred Jodrell, in 1896 giving it the appearance of far more recent construction. Inside is a font which dates from the 15th century and an example of an ironbound chest dating from the same period. In a niche is an alabaster figure of an Elizabethan lady kneeling on a tasselled cushion. She was the daughter of Sir Christopher Heydon. To the east of the church is the former ruin of Heydon Hall, the home of Sir John Heydon before he decamped to Baconsthorpe Castle. It was recently restored and renamed, and is now a private residence.
Saxlingham Nethergate The civil parish has an area of and the 2001 Census recorded a population of 676 in 276 households, the population increasing to 688 at the 2011 Census. For the purposes of local government, the parish falls within the district of South Norfolk. The Church of England parish church of St. Mary is Decorated Gothic, with a chancel, nave and square west tower with a ring of eight bells. In 1867 the church was thoroughly restored, the nave enlarged, a vestry added and a stained glass window inserted in the tower: several of the other windows are stained glass.
Saxlingham Nethergate The local cricket team plays in the Norfolk Alliance league.
Saxlingham Nethergate Saxlingham Nethergate is a village and civil parish in Norfolk, England, about south of Norwich.
HMS Saxlingham (M2727) She was sold to Ross & Cromarty County Council education department and convereted to a training ship for the nautical college at Lews Castle in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis. The conversion added a cabin to the previously open bridge, removal of mid-ship generators and that space converted to a classroom. She was renamed "Lews Castle" and retained that name until finally decommissioned following damage sustained during a grounding.
HMS Saxlingham (M2727) HMS "Saxlingham" was one of 93 ships of the of inshore minesweepers.
HMS Saxlingham (M2727) On 29 May 1973, while on passage to Oban through the Sound of Mull, she suffered failure of both Paxman diesels and was towed into Craignure, on the island of Mull by the Caledonian MacbRayne ferry "Bute". Following inspection by a Paxman engineer who determined that one engine would need replacement, she was towed to the Timbercraft boatyard, at Shandon, Gareloch by the tug "Flying Spray" and made fast to a mooring buoy on 5 June 1973 while awaiting repairs.