Situated on the babbling River Wensum, this is
an interesting market town with a 15th
century church and a number of notable
Nearby is Pensthorpe Waterfowl Park - one of largest of its kind in the world with over 200 acres of woodland, meadows and waterside walks. A few miles south stands Raynham Hall, former home in the 18th century of Viscount Townshend who invented a unique style of crop rotation, earning him the nickname Turnip Townshend. Meanwhile, East Barsham Manor is a sumptuous, red-bricked Tudor mansion that was once home of the Bee Gees house.