About Us


This tiny village nestles in the depths of the mainly agricultural countryside, in the south-east of the rural county of Norfolk (UK). It is mentioned in the Domesday book as “Sithinga” and currently has a scattered population of around 300 living within the parish.

In our fast changing world this village still contains a shop and post office, a school and a church (which appears in the background to this page).

It is within the South Norfolk District Council administrative area.

Some sites of interest in the parish include:

Some Seething Village old photos: