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There are at least three "Burnham Somethings" in this area. Burnham Market looked lovely but it was too crowded and we were looking for Lord Nelson's pub to grab a bite to eat. It was too late in the day and we were too far from our hotel to have a browse around here.By my guesstimate Sandringham is probably a 1-2 hour drive away. HELLO magazine had an aerial view of their manor being restored, roadways being re-located, and privacy hedges being planted. They also interviewed the owner of this hat shop where Kate was shopping. When queried as to how the shopkeeper should address her, the response was: Well, my name is Kate so that should do just fine.
I didn't know Kate and William had a place near here Faye. Is Burnham near Sandringham Estate, that would make sense than. I knew Nelson was born somewhere in Norfolk, he also spent time in Chatham because of the Navel Dockyard.I think the little dog's taking his/her owner for a walk not the other way around :-)) I believe the shop with the plaque is called the 'Hat Shop'. I like the colourful houses too Joyce. Thanks...Sue
Great pic/puzzle!! Great sign and I love the color of the buildings! And where are you trying to run off to little dog? Thanks Sue! :)))))))(time, 8:03)
This is where William and Kate's place is. A lovely town but jam-packed with tourist coaches. Nearby is the local pub where Horatio Nelson had his last meal before heading off to London and Trafalgar. :)