Old Hunstanton village sign

Old Hunstanton village sign

The village sign at Old Hunstanton, Norfolk. Many villages in England have an ornamental sign announcing the name of the village and depicting a scene from the village’s history. The practice is believed to have started in Norfolk around Sandringham early in the 20th century and later became more widespread.

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