AONB & parish boundaries
Click here to access a series of maps showing the extent of the AONB. The maps shown on the link have been produced as accurately as possible to reflect the 1968 Definitive Map of the Norfolk Coast AONB.
A general idea of the parishes covered by the AONB designation can be gained from settlements appearing on the AONB and Heritage Coast map.
The approximate proportion of each parish that falls within the AONB boundary is indicated in brackets:
Aylmerton (0.9); Beeston Regis (0.7); Binham (0.5); Blakeney (all); Bodham (0.2); Brancaster (all); Burnham Market (0.5); Burnham Norton (all); Burnham Overy (all); Burnham Thorpe (0.7); Castle Rising (0.8); Choseley (0.3); Cley-next-the-Sea (all); Congham (0.1); Cromer (0.2); Dersingham (0.2); East and West Beckham (0.2); Felbrigg (all); Field Dalling (0.2); Flitcham with Appleton (0.1); Gimingham (all); Heacham (0.5); High Kelling (0.8); Hillington (0.1); Holkham (0.8); Holme-next-the-Sea (all); Holt (0.3); Horsey; 0.6); Hunstanton (0.4); Kelling (all); Knapton (0.5); Langham (0.6); Letheringsett with Glandford (0.8); Morston (all); Mundesley (0.1); North Wootton (0.9); Northrepps (all); Old Hunstanton (0.7); Overstrand (0.5); Paston (0.5); Ringstead (0.9); Roughton (0.6); Runton (0.8); Salthouse (all); Sandringham (0.9); Sea Palling (0.5); Sedgeford (0.3); Sheringham (0.3); Sidestrand (all); Snettisham (0.2); Somerton(0.4); South Wootton (0.1); Southrepps (0.7); Stiffkey (all); Sustead (0.1); Thornham (0.9); Thorpe Market (0.1); Titchwell (all); Trimingham (all); Trunch (0.5); Upper Sheringham (0.9); Warham (all); Wells-next-the-Sea (all); Weybourne (all); Wighton (0.6); Winterton (0.5); Wiveton (all)
Designation boundary history
To find out more about the designation history, see the summary document in the Supporting Information section of the Management Plan.
NOTE: The original black & white copy of the 1968 Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty designation map can be viewed by appointment at our office. This 1968 designation map is in two sections, a low resolution A3 pdf copy of East and West sections can be found here.