Worstead

A short walk from the station leads to Worstead village, which is dominated by the church of St Mary, one of the most magnificent medieval churches in Norfolk.

The church is a testament to the wealth that was brought to the region by the wool trade. The famous Worsted cloth’s name comes from Worstead village, where it was produced for at least five centuries.

The annual Worstead Festival is one of the most popular events along the Bittern Line. For keen explorers interested in discovering Norfolk at their own pace, there are two self-guided Worstead Heritage Trails featuring 40 sites that celebrate the area’s heritage. The trails and maps can be downloaded from Worstead Parish Council’s website.

Station Information

Worstead Station
56 Station Rd
Worstead
North Walsham NR28 9RX
UK

Wheelchair Access

Free Parking

Explore the local area

There's plenty to see and do within easy walking distance of Worstead Station

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St Mary The Virgin

The village of Worstead is dominated by the church of St Mary The Virgin

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Worstead Heritage Trails

Discover Worstead's heritage at your own pace with the village's free-to-download heritage trails

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Worstead Festival

Worstead Festival takes place on 28 & 29 July 2018

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The White Lady

The White Lady is a bed & breakfast with a pub and restaurant set within the historic village of Worstead

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