Welcome to the North Norfolk Village of Trunch

The picturesque village centre also features the fine medieval Church of St Botolph (see the new guidebook) and typical old Norfolk flintstone houses within a designated conservation area. Trunch is surrounded by the North Norfolk protected area of outstanding natural beauty, and there are many public footpaths and quiet lanesvery inviting for (dog) walkers, bird watchers and conservationists.

Visiting Trunch

Visiting Trunch

Where to stay
Where to eat
Out & About



Living in  Trunch

Living in Trunch

Businesses around Trunch
Public Transport
Health / Pets



Trunch groups

Trunch Groups

Village Society
Art Group
Composting Scheme



Events in  Trunch

Special Events

Trunch Concerts
Open Gardens & Scarecrow Festival 19th July
Rectory Summer Fete 14th July
Village Hall Fete 9th August
Christmas Fayre 26th November

The North Norfolk historic village of Trunch with a population of approximately 1,000 lies only two miles from the East coast, close to the coastal resort of Mundesley. Our nearest town inland is North Walsham, and the historic and fine city of Norwich is around 17 miles south of Trunch.

Trunch offers a lot to residents and visitors.

We are very lucky to have the Corner Store, which also hosts a post office. You can spend a nice evening at the Crown Inn, our village pub, which offers excellent beers and nice food. Alternatively, the Social Club also offers drinks and often Live Music.

Lots of exciting special events like the annual Open Gardens & Scarecrow Festival, the monthly concerts in St Botolph’s church or the unique Trunchonbury Festival 2014 attract many visitors, and regular activities such as meetings of Trunch Friends or the Trunch Art Group take place in the spacious and welcoming Trunch Village Hall.

Trunch Village Society has various groups and activities under its umbrella, such as the Composting Group, the Cider Coop and the Art Group, and organises the annual Open Gardens & Scarecrow Festival.

Trunch website is a work in progress. If you want to advertise here, publish an event or have a story about Trunch to tell, please contact us. Co-editors are always welcome.

TRUNCH OPEN GARDENS & SCARECROW DAY, 13th July 2014scarecrow TrunchThis year’s Open Gardens & Scarecrow Day raised £2.500 for the Village Society.
Thank you very much to everybody involved to make this event such a big success.