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, the butcher's shop, 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: -

The Millennium Village Sign

Church of St. Margaret & St. Remigius

Seething Mere - a large village pond

The Village School

The War Memorial

Village Shops

The Airfield - built as a World War Two U.S.A.F. bomber base

Old and New - Seething in pictures


 Please click on "Making Norfolk Safer" a new policing initiative for our villages.

 Please click on "John Fuller our South Norfolk District Councillor" pages of useful information about our surrounding villages but do not necessarily expect him to be prepared to represent local views on planning matters in his elected role with South Norfolk District Council - he has consistently supported the outrageous and damaging development proposed for the village of Seething - being the only member of the SNDC planning committee to vote for the scheme on each of the three occasions it has been refused! Neither has he kept to his undertaking of cross-linking to this site - we are of course not so churlish!

Please click on "Outrageous development threat" to read about a further proposed, thrice refused, out-of-character development for our conservation village.

Please click on "The Parish Pump" to make your own comments or read what others have said.

This panel updated: November 23rd 2004

This page was first posted in December 1997. Last updated November 21st 2004 - now over 7 years on the web!

Contact e-mail: Seething Webmaster