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Old Catton is a suburban village and civil parish in the English county of Norfolk which lies 2 miles to the north-east of central Norwich. The parish is bounded by the Norwich International Airport at Hellesdon to the west and Sprowston to the east. The northern boundary is with the village of Spixworth while the A1042 road forms the southern boundary. It covers an area of 2.33 km² and had a population of 5,954 in 2,512 households at the 2001 census. For the purposes of local government, it falls within the district of Broadland. The village is twinned with the French commune of Lavaré.
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The Norwich Guide: Being a Description, Historical, Topographical, and Statistical, of the City and Its Hamlets; with an Account of the Public Charities, Etc. [With a Map.] (1842)
by G. K. BLYTH
OLD CATTON is a beautiful village about two miles north of the city. It contains many delightful residences, among which is the hall, the residence of George Morse, Esq. It is a very handsome modern erection, and stands at a good distance ...
Old Catton (see Bcbee's Landed Gentry), ...
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