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Bintree

Bintree is a village off the A1067 Norwich – Kings Lynn Road in the Breckland District.
It is about 10 miles from the Market Towns of Fakenham and Dereham. and it has a population of about 300.
It was previously known as Bintry.
The parish church is known as Saint Swithins.

Description
Description

Sometimes spelt Bintry, you will find this village 8 miles north east of Dereham and 9 miles south east of Fakenham. It has a pretty church, St Swithin, with a 14th century tower and beautiful stained glass windows.

Bintree is a village and civil parish in Norfolk, England, about nine miles (14 km) south-east of Fakenham. For the purposes of local government it falls within the Upper Wensum Ward of Breckland District Council and the Elmham and Mattishall Division of Norfolk County Council.

The villages name means ‘Bynna’s tree’.

Notable landmarks in the village include the village sign, a traditional red phone box and the now-disused Bintry Mill.