Tuttington is a small village 2 miles east of the thriving market town of Aylsham in Norfolk, UK. It is 10 miles north of the fine city of Norwich and 10 miles south of Cromer, gem of the north Norfolk coast.
We have about 70 households in Tuttington, a beautiful medieval church and a small village green. There is a street called Thieves’ Lane and a road which peters out into a water meadow called Common Lane. We don’t have a shop, a pub or a village hall. We have to be imaginative finding ways to amuse ourselves.
The countryside around here is green and beautiful and taken up mostly with agriculture. Our small river, King’s Beck skirts the eastern side of the village and empties into the river Bure not far away. The Bure is one of Norfolk’s principal rivers, but we are closer to its upper reaches where it slides quietly through neighbouring villages and parishes.
The old parish of Tuttington no longer exists and we are joined into one civil parish with the nearby village of Burgh-next-Aylsham. Both communities are served by the Burgh and Tuttington Parish Council within the District Council area and Parliamentary Constituency of Broadland.
By exploring this website, you might learn a little more about us..
Team Tuttington.org is a small group of people who have put this website together for the community. If you would like to join us, there are no qualifications other than a wish to promote the village. The first step is to contact us…