Welcome To Middleton

The parish of Middleton is situated about four road-miles to the south-east of King’s Lynn. The parish is part of the Borough of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk and falls within the UK Parliamentary constituency of North West Norfolk. It is about forty road-miles away to Norwich, Cambridge and Peterborough. The parish extends across 1,300 hectares (3,200 acres) of gently undulating land that slopes down in the northwest and in the south, into the valley where the Nar river flows. Large areas of the parish are working farms; and there are also the quarries that extract sand, gravel or carrstone, and the large major waste landfill pit. The majority of the residents live in Middleton village or in the large hamlets of Fair Green and Blackborough End close by. Tower End is a small hamlet, a short way away. The parish straddles the A47 highway, which gives convenient access to local towns and cities. Along the road runs a frequent express bus service east to Great Yarmouth and west to Peterborough.

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