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Salthouse is a village and a civil parish in the English county of Norfolk. It is situated on the salt marshes of North Norfolk. It is 3.8 miles north of Holt, 5.4 miles west of Sheringham and 26.3 miles north of Norwich. The village is on the A149 coast road between King's Lynn and Great Yarmouth. The nearest railway station is at Sheringham for the Bittern Line which runs between Sheringham, Cromer and Norwich. The nearest airport is Norwich International Airport. The landscape around Salthouse lies within the Norfolk Coast AONB and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast. The civil parish has an area of 6.22 kmĀ² and in 2001 had a population of 196 in 88 households. For the purposes of local government, the parish falls within the district of North Norfolk.

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Google previewExplore the North Norfolk Coast (2014)

by Ian Lyall

Salthouse is a conservation village, sitting alongside the main A149. It derives its name, quite logically from the fact that at one time there was a warehouse for locally-produced salt. The salt marshes between the village and the shingle bank is home to may birds, and at the roadside is a pond where many birds (mostly ducks) may be observed, which get well fed by passing motorists, who stop alongside the pond and feed them. The local pub is a centre for local ...

Google previewAn Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Freebridge (concluded). North Greenhow. Happing. Holt. Launditch (1808)

by Francis Blomefield

The Church of Salthouse is a rectory, dedicated to St. Nicholas, and was valued at 40 marks. Peter-pence 9d.

Google previewNorfolk (Slow Travel) (2014)

Local, characterful guides to Britain's special places by Laurence Mitchell

Salthouse is a typical north Norfolk coastal flint village with an impressive church for such a small place. Its name actually does derive from 'salt' as salt-panning was a viable industry in medieval times all along England's east coast. Being this close to Cley-next-the-Sea, this is superb birding territory and the Norfolk Wildlife Trust owns the salt marshes behind the shingle bank. In winter, large flocks of Brent geese cloud the sky here, and a variety of slender waders probe the marshes ...

Google previewSlow Norfolk and Suffolk (2010)

by Laurence Mitchell

Salthouse is a typical north Norfolk coastal flint village with an impressive church for such a small place. Its name actually does derive from 'salt' as salt- panning was a viable industry in medieval times all along England's east coast. Being this close to Cley-next-the-Sea, this is superb birding territory and the Norfolk Wildlife Trust owns the saltmarshes that shelter behind the shingle bank. In winter, large flocks of Brent geese cloud the sky here, and a variety of slender waders probe the ...

Google previewThe Post Office Directory of Norfolk & Suffolk (1865)

by E.R. Kelly

Rectory Leeds Joseph, White Horse Seely J ames & Barnabas Lemon /armers SALTHOUSE is a parish, in Holt hundred and county court district, Erpingham union, rural deanery of Holt, archdeaconry and diocese of Norwich, West Norfolk, situate near the seashore, about 2i miles east from Cley, and 3 from Holt. The church of St. Nicholas is a noble building,with nave and chancel, in the later English style of architecture, and a lofty embattled tower: in the inside is an ancient ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Distance Learning, Second Edition (2009)

by Rogers, Patricia L.

defined working memory structurally, others defined it as a process (Daneman, & Carpenter, 1980; Salthouse, Mitcheel, Skovronek, & Babcock, 1989). Salthouse etal. proposed that working memory consists of (a) a storage capacity sensitive to the number of items presented and (b) an operational capacity sensitive to the numberofoperations performed on items. Salthouse et al. found that young adults have a higher operational capacity than older adults, ...

Google previewThe Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology (2010)

by Irving B. Weiner, W. Edward Craighead

Furthermore, large-scale studies show that a substantial portion of age-related variance in Gf abilities is shared with age-related differences in WM (see Craik & Salthouse, 2007, for a review). Processing Speed. Age-related intellectual declines have biological underpinnings such as neuronal slowing, which lead to the slowing of basic cognitive operations and exacerbated effects in complex tasks. Correlational analyses show that the observed age-associated variance in Gf abilities ...

Google previewThe Concise Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology and Behavioral Science (2004)

by W. Edward Craighead, Charles B. Nemeroff

1996; Salthouse, 1996). Attention and Inhibitory Mechanisms It has also been proposed that aging impairs attention and inhibitory processes, leading to greaterinterference and difficulty in suppressing previously relevant information and habitual responses, as measured using tasks ...

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