What travelers say
To be precise, Long Stratton lies along the ‘Roman’ constructed road; which was once called ‘Pye Street’. Right now, it is known by name ‘A140’; that happens to run between ... More Cromer, i.e. North Borfolk and Ipswich, i.e. Suffolk.
5 other parishes are bordered by Long Stratton. They include Tasburgh, Wacton, Morning Thorpe, Pulham Market, and ‘Tharston and Hapton’.
The climate is quite cool. So, it’s advisable to visit this place during the summer season, i.e. between April and September.
The population has been increasing due to emergence of 2 novel housing estates. As of 2001, the population was 3701.
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Neighbouring cities Long Stratton
Suggested things to do and to see
Distance: 16.5 km
Tips on where to stay
Distance: 3.5 km
City: Moulton Saint Michael
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