Walsingham

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Walsingham

(ˈwɔːlsɪŋəm)
n
(Placename) a village in E England, in Norfolk: remains of a medieval priory; site of the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham

Walsingham

(ˈwɔːlsɪŋəm)
n
(Biography) Sir Francis. ?1530–90, English statesman. As secretary of state (1573–90) to Elizabeth I he developed a system of domestic and foreign espionage and uncovered several plots against the Queen
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Wal•sing•ham

(ˈwɔl sɪŋ əm)

n.
Sir Francis, c1530–90, English statesman: Secretary of State to Elizabeth I, 1573–90.
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STEVE CHILTON stayed at Plover Cottage in Great Walsingham, booked through Norfolk Country Cottages.
The cottage, owned by a Leicestershire couple, is a recently-completed barn conversion in a courtyard development adjoining open countryside in the hamlet of Great Walsingham, (about 2 hours drive from Coventry).
Ignoring signs for Great Snoring and Little Snoring--these places actually exist--we followed those for Great Walsingham and Little Walsingham--and missed both.