The Info List - Blickling

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is a village and civil parish in the Broadland
district of Norfolk, England, about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north-west of Aylsham on the B1354 road. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 136 and covers 862 hectares (2,130 acres),[2] falling to 113 at the 2011 Census. Since the 17th century the village has been concentrated in two areas, around the church and also at the park gates of Blickling
Hall. Most of the village is contained in the Blickling Estate, which has been owned by the National Trust since 1940.


1 Historic buildings

1.1 Listed properties

2 Notable residents 3 References 4 External links

Historic buildings[edit]

The Buckinghamshire Arms


The parish has many farmhouses, cottages and buildings, several of them are Grade II listed. This gives the parish an immense variety and also provides an unusually complete picture of vernacular Norfolk architecture. Listed properties[edit] St Andrew's Church is located on a knoll close to the entrance of Blickling
Hall. The flint and limestone 15th century Grade II* church was substantially remodelled in the 19th century. Surviving from the medieval building is the collection of brasses, several are to the Boleyn family and Anne Boleyn. Sir Nicholas Dagworth (b.1390 an early owner of the hall) is buried in the church and marked by a tombstone. Also of note is the memorial to the eighth Marquess of Lothian
Marquess of Lothian
by George Frederick Watts, and a memorial to the widow of the eighth marquess by Arthur George Walker.[3][4] Adjacent to the hall is the Buckinghamshire Arms public house. The present building and barn were built in 1700, although an ale house was recorded in the early 17th century.[5] To the west of the B1354 road
B1354 road
is Silvergate a hamlet of estate cottages, some of which are thatched and Grade II listed.[6] Flashpits Farmhouse is located on the south east corner of the park at Ingworth
Road, the red brick building was absorbed into the estate in the 18th century. But its origin is probably from the 17th century. One of only two properties on the road, the other being the unlisted Keeper's Cottage.[6] Aylsham
Old Hall dates back to 1689 with parts of the building Grade 1 and Grade II listed. The dwelling is constructed of red brick with red hipped pantile roofing and located close to the B1354 road
B1354 road
on the fringes of Aylsham. Notable residents[edit] Several of the Boleyn family are known to have lived in the village.[7] References[edit]

^ "Civil Parish 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 30 July 2011.  ^ 2001 census Retrieved 11 December 2008 ^ Norfolk
churches Retrieved 7 December 2009 ^ "Church of St Andrew". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 3 October 2017.  ^ Newman. J. The National Trust- Blickling Hall
Blickling Hall
p71,73 ISBN 0-7078-0086-2 Retrieved 11 December 2008 ^ a b Blickling
conservation area p17 Archived June 13, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved 16 December 2008 ^ "The Boleyn Family Tree". Retrieved 26 June 2009. 

External links[edit]

watermill history The Buckinghamshire Arms Norfolk
churches- St Andrews, Blickling Blickling
conservation area

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Civil parishes of Broadland

Acle Alderford Attlebridge Aylsham Beeston St Andrew Beighton Belaugh Blickling Blofield Booton Brampton Brandiston Brundall Burgh and Tuttington Buxton with Lammas Cantley Cawston Coltishall Crostwick Drayton Felthorpe Foulsham Freethorpe Frettenham Great and Little Plumstead Great Witchingham Guestwick Hainford Halvergate Haveringland Hellesdon Hemblington Hevingham Heydon Honingham Horsford Horsham St Faith and Newton St Faith Horstead with Stanninghall Lingwood and Burlingham Little Witchingham Marsham Morton on the Hill Old Catton Oulton Postwick with Witton Rackheath Reedham Reepham Ringland Salhouse Salle South Walsham Spixworth Sprowston Stratton Strawless Strumpshaw Swannington Taverham Themelthorpe Thorpe St Andrew Upton with Fishley Weston Longville Woodbastwick Wood Dalling Wroxham

See also Breckland Great Yarmouth King's Lynn and West Norfolk North Nor