Norfolk is a city in East Anglia, England. The northern and western border of Lincolnshire, west, and west of Cambridgeshire, and south of Suffolk. Its northern and eastern borders are the North Sea and Wash to the northwest. County city of Norwich.
Norfolk is a rural town mainly with a population of 401 per square mile, with an area of 2,074 square feet (5,370 km2) and a population of 859,400. For the people of this region, 40% live in the four main built-up areas: Norwich (213,000), Greater Yarmouth (63,000), King’s Lynn (46,000), and Thetford (25,000).
Broads, east of the city, is a network of rivers and lakes that flows south of Suffolk. Although marketed as such the area is not a national park. It has the same status as a national park, and the Broads Authority protects it.
Norfolk is perhaps best known for its man-made Broads, Britain’s Magical Waterland and National Park, over 125 miles [125 km] of unpaved waterfront located in a beautiful rural setting with many beautiful towns and villages – and mentioned in David Bowie’s Life on Mars!
The whole collection of famous faces from the Royal Family to Stephen Fry call Norfolk home, and who can blame them.
Stephen Fry, Bilney West.
Janet Porter, Thurlton Street.
Liza Goddard, with Fakenham nearby.
Hingham, Martin Shaw.
Lene Lovich, near Downham Market.
Rick Wakeman, Norfolk Southern.
Wymondham: Adam Buxton.
In Norfolk, there are 4 days of snowfall throughout the year, and 5.8 ′ ′ (147.4 mm) of ice is collected.