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SEETHING VILLAGE IN PICTURES: 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 […]


There were still two shops in the village until 2007. There is the combined Post Office and General Stores. You will find a smile and welcome here from Keith Turner, often with the latest in village gossip, along with most of the general foodstuffs and much, much, more, plus stamps, greetings cards and pensions. The […]


This round-towered church is built mainly of flint and has a thatched roof and three bells dated 1634, 1638 and 1721. The tower is early Norman in date. There are floor levels dating from the fourteenth century, a seven sacrament font dated 1485 and a fifteenth century rood screen.The current vicar is the Rev. Peter […]


To mark the millennium year the parish council have erected a village sign and a “Seething millennium mug” was issued to children. These pictures record the official unveiling of the sign at midday on December 31st 2000. The idea of village signs originally started in Norfolk when the first U.K. sign was erected at Sandringham. […]