• Tilney All Saints Church

    Aerial view of Tilney All Saints Church © Steve Lyden 2012

  • Church Road

    Aerial view of Church Road, Tilney All Saints © Steve Lyden 2012

  • Eagles Golf Club

    Aerial view of Eagles Golf Club, School Road, Tilney All Saints © Steve Lyden 2012

  • Eagles Golf Course

    Aerial view of Eagles Golf Course, Tilney All Saints © Steve Lyden 2012

  • The Old Hall

    Aerial view of The Old Hall, off Station Road, Tilney All Saints © Steve Lyden 2012

  • Bury Manor ruins

    Aerial view of Bury Manor ruins, Tilney All Saints © Steve Lyden 2012

  • Shepherdsgate Road

    Aerial view of Shepherdsgate Road, Tilney All Saints © Steve Lyden 2012

Tilney All Saints

Where to find us

 

Between Kings Lynn & Wisbech, flanked by the A17 and the A47 main trunk roads, you can step away from the noise and hustle of these areas and find yourself in the peace and tranquility of the small Norfolk village of Tilney All Saints.


Tilney All Saints was once known as one of the seven towns of Marshland. Town is hardly the word you would use to describe this rural location today. The village is made up of two parts, Tilney All Saints itself, coupled with Tilney High End. The dwellings range from the new to those that are reputed to be 500 years old, many of which have the luxury of a view over the vast expanse of the fens.


What to see

 

Tilney All Saints church sits among some of the oldest dwellings in Church Road. The spire can be seen for miles.

 

If you come to our village on a shopping spree you will be disappointed. We have no shops, though at one time we could boast of five public houses. So forget the shops and forget the traffic, leave the hustle and bustle behind, escape and just stroll through our village and enjoy the rural atmosphere.

 

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