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9. New­gate is the part of Cley which in­cludes its mag­nif­i­cent church and tri­an­gu­lar vil­lage green. Once the sea swept in­land al­most as far as here and the huge har­bour of Blak­eney Haven stretched half a mile across to Wive­ton.

10. New­ton by Cas­tle Acre is an­other very old new town. Its Saxon church of St Mary and All Saints has been used for wor­ship for more than 1,000 years. It is one of the old­est churches in Nor­folk and its tiny con­gre­ga­tion is cur­rently rais­ing money to re­pair its an­cient roof.

11. New­port is a tiny set­tle­ment, with a big car­a­van park, on the coast close to Hemsby.

12. New Cat­ton was cre­ated in early Vic­to­rian times from parts of Nor­wich, Old Cat­ton and Sprow­ston as the city sud­denly ex­panded be­yond its me­dieval walls.

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