The village name has not been strictly accurate for several hundred years, as land reclamation has shifted the shoreline northwards from what was once a major port, some of the buildings on the old quay evidence of that status. But it is the small cottages, the old windmill and the medieval church of St Margaret – its size another testament to former glories – that give the place a feeling almost out of time, a wonderful spot for a wedding with class and that elusive quality of style, but without pretensions – where a glass of champagne can clink with one of good Norfolk bitter and nobody will raise an eyebrow.

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Cley Windmill
Cley Windmill dates from the early 18th Century and is a well-known landmark on the…
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