Morston Map and Guide
Morston , and guide to the Norfolk village to the west of Sheringham.
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Detailed Street Map of Morston Norfolk
Morston Map Norfolk: Interactive map of Morston, a small village to the west of Sheringham in Norfolk, eastern England.
Use controls for a detailed street map of Morston and find your way around the village.
Also on this Morston map are Blakeney, Langham and Cockthorpe, also shown is much of the area covered by the Blakeney Point Nature Reserve a National Trust run conservation area.
A small village and parish on the north of Norfolk, Morston was once a significant port, but like many along this coast became silted up, and now stands over 2 miles from the open sea, surrounded by the Morston Marshes, an area owned by the National Trust since 1973, along with Morston Quay.
Morston’s All Saint’s church originally dates from the 13th century and is a Grade II listed building, its tower was struck by lightning in the 18th century and repaired with brick.
The village lane meanders down to a tidal creek, and the aforementioned Morston Quay, from where boats ferry nature lovers to the nearby Blakeney Point Nature Reserve which is also owned by the National Trust, and offers the opportunity to see grey seals basking.
Located in an area known as the Glaven Valley, Morston is about 6 miles from Holt and 10 miles from Sheringham.