Booton, Norfolk :: Shared Description

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Booton is a village and civil parish in the Broadland district of Norfolk, England, just east of Reepham and seven miles west of Aylsham. According to the 2001 census, it had a population of 100, including Brandiston and increasing to 196 at the 2011 Census.

The place-name 'Booton' is first attested in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it appears as Botuna. The name means 'Bōta's town or settlement'.

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TG1022 : Booton Village sign by Geographer
TG1022 : Booton Village sign by Geographer
TG1122 : Norwich Road, Booton by Geographer
TG1022 : The Street George V Postbox by Geographer
TG1122 : Norwich Road, Booton by Geographer
TG1022 : Norwich Road, Booton by Geographer
TG1122 : Furze Lane, Booton by Geographer
TG1022 : Booton Village sign by Geographer
TG1122 : Furze Lane sign by Geographer
TG1022 : Norwich Road, Booton by Geographer
TG1022 : Booton Village sign by Geographer
TG1022 : Norwich Road, Booton by Geographer
TG1022 : Norwich Road, Booton by Geographer
TG1122 : Signpost on Norwich Road by Geographer
TG1022 : The Street George V Postbox by Geographer
TG1022 : Entering Reepham on Norwich Road by Geographer
TG1022 : Booton Village sign by Geographer
TG1122 : Church Road, Booton by Geographer


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Created: Tue, 18 Aug 2020, Updated: Tue, 18 Aug 2020

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