Dickleburgh, Norfolk, :: Shared Description

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Dickleburgh is a village in South Norfolk situated six miles north of the Suffolk border. It lies on the Pye Road, a Roman road that ran between Colchester and Caistor St. Edmund although a bypass was built in the early 1990s. Dickleburgh has a 15th-century church, primary school, The Dickleburgh Crown pub and hotel, a village shop and Post Office, a children's play area and a village green.
Dickleburgh is part of the parish of Dickleburgh and Rushall in the county of Norfolk and District of South Norfolk.


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TM1682 : The Dickleburgh Crown Public House by Adrian Cable
TM1781 : Hall Lane sign by Adrian Cable
TM1682 : Shimpling Road, Dickleburgh by Adrian Cable
TM1781 : Dancer's Cottage sign by Adrian Cable
TM1682 : Shimpling Road, Dickleburgh by Adrian Cable
TM1682 : Ipswich Road & Chennery Garage Services by Adrian Cable
TM1781 : Common Road, High Common by Adrian Cable
TM1781 : Wood Lane, High Common by Adrian Cable
TM1782 : Rectory Road Postbox by Adrian Cable
TM1681 : Manor Barns by Adrian Cable
TM1682 : Ipswich Road sign by Adrian Cable
TM1682 : Rectory Road, Dickleburgh by Adrian Cable
TM1782 : Rectory Road & Rectory Road Postbox by Adrian Cable
TM1781 : Langmere Road, Dickleburgh by Adrian Cable
TM1782 : Harvey Lane & Pillbox by Adrian Cable
TM1682 : Ipswich Road, Dickleburgh by Adrian Cable
TM1781 : Wood Lane and Dancer's Cottage by Adrian Cable
TM1781 : Harvey Lane, Dickleburgh by Adrian Cable
TM1782 : Dickleburgh Village Centre by Adrian Cable
TM1781 : Common Road Postbox by Adrian Cable
TM1681 : Ipswich Road, Dickleburgh by Adrian Cable
TM1782 : Rectory Road Postbox by Adrian Cable
TM1782 : Dickleburgh Village name sign on Harleston Road by Adrian Cable
TM1682 : Dickleburgh Village Store by Adrian Cable
TM1782 : Rectory Road, Dickleburgh by Adrian Cable

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Created: Sun, 10 Feb 2019, Updated: Sun, 10 Feb 2019

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