Tittleshall, Godwick deserted medieval village

NHER 1104 

Aerial photograph of Godwick deserted medieval village

Aerial photograph of Godwick deserted medieval village. (© NCC)

There are over 200 deserted villages in Norfolk; but most sites have been destroyed by ploughing. The earthworks at Godwick are well preserved because the site is grazed by sheep and has never been disturbed. Today it is one of the best surviving examples in the county and the only one open to the public. 

Godwick 1596 map

Godwick 1596 map.

Essentials

Parking

Cars may be parked in the farmyard.

Facilities

Interpretation panels.

Opening Times

All year, 9.30am to sunset, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Admission Costs

Free

Website

http://www.eng-villages.co.uk/vill_des.html

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