Welcome to the Burgh and Tuttington Parish Website

Map of the Parish can be found here

Burgh and Tuttington Parish lies to the east of Aylsham, to the south of Colby, to the north of Brampton and to the west of Skeyton. These all sit within Broadland district.

The known history of the villages begins with a number of Neolithic Archealogical sites and a wealth of Bronze Age material. There also exists Iron Age, Roman and Saxon evidence in the Parish.

The parishes were originally separate, with St Marys church sitting by the River Bure and serving Burgh; and St Peter and St Paul on the old main Norwich to Cromer road for Tuttington. Now St Marys Burgh Next Aylsham is part of the Aylsham and District benefice while Tuttington is part of the Kings Beck benefice.

Burgh has its own village hall known as the Reading Room which is situated beside the church. Tuttington has a small village green which is used for the social events. Both are now peaceful villages that hold their own community events such as fetes, commemorations and open garden days.