Choose Norfolk & Waveney

Looking for a place for a career in GP? A place to bring up a family? A place where you can afford to live? A place offering the range of General Practice? A place to be a GP partner, have a portfolio GP career or be a locum GP, salaried GP and more besides?

Norfolk &Waveney comprises the city of Norwich and towns of King's Lynn, Great Yarmouth, and Lowestoft. Home to the broads, a network of rivers and lakes. From unspoilt beaches and beautiful natural coasts, to the lively seaside splendor of amusements and arcades. Home to a population of 860,000 patients, 3 hospitals, over 100 GP practices and one GP training scheme.

You can afford to live in Norfolk

Tired of that hospital accommodation? Fed up of you and your family living in a shoebox inside the M25? Norfolk is a place where you can afford a good standard of living

Live in King's Lynn (Rightmove)
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Live on the Norfolk Coast (rightmove)
Norwich Market stalls

"…a vibrant, cosmopolitan, university city…"

the Forum, Norwich

"…Norfolk —from country to coast, with a dynamic city at its heart

Norwich Cathedral

5 great Norfolk Restaurants

The Seafood Restaurant, Great Yarmouth (Link) : When the races are on, this is where the owners and the winners eat, with fine wines and superb seafood

Andover House, Great Yarmouth (Link) : A boutique hotel and restaurant, this is a place to send your parents to stay, and a place with great food and a warm welcome

The Wildebeest Arms, Stoke Holy Cross (Link) : Always a fine dining experience, set in the village of Stoke Holy Cross. Warm fires in the winter, and the best Pimms in the summer

Number Twenty-Four, Wymondham (Link) : In picturesque Wymondham, a place to eat for a treat

Moreston Hall, North Norfolk (Link) : Galton Blackiston's boutique hotel and restaurant with four Red Rosettes and a Michelin star. For your dream wedding?

5 family days out in Norfolk

The Dinosaur Adventure Park (Link) : Evey kid loves a dinosaur adventure, but not every adult will dare to drop into the vertical quarterpipe slide. With woodland walks and play equipment a plenty, fun for the family.

Great Yarmouth Seafront (Link) : Take your bag of 2ps to the penny arcade, ride in a horse and cart, take the dotto train, see Nelson's other column, ride the funfair snails, build a sandcastle on the beach and dip your toes in the sea. Fresh donuts, the rock factory, and fish and chips.

High Lodge Forest Park, Thetford (Link) : Load up with a picnic, take your bikes and enjoy a day in the forest. There's a Go Ape, a Gruffalo Trail and Segways

Sea the seals at Blakeney Point (Link) : Enjoy a day on the North Norfolk coast, exploring the beaches and taking a boat trip to see the seals.

Spend a day with the Royals at Sandringham (Link) : Explore Sandringham house, Royal Museum and grounds, walk the nature trails and have an afternoon tea.

5 great things about Norwich

The UEA (Link) : A great university, home to the UEA medical school, from where many of our GPST graduate.

John Lewis (Link) : Everybody has something in their home from John Lewis, and it's a nice place for Lunch when you're out in town

The Waffle House (Link) : Beloved of UEA students, the waffle house offers Lunchtime, Teatime and Dinnertime savoury and sweet, waffle based treats.

Shopping! : 2 large shopping centres, Intu Chapelfield, (containing House of Fraser) and Castle Mall. Norwich Market has 190 stalls and is the largest Monday to Saturday market in the UK.

Let's be havin' you (link) : Norwich City Football Club, the fine city's fine team, though possibly currently eclipsed in success by its majority shareholder, Delia Smith. Delia runs a Restaurant based at NCFCs Carrow Road ground.

Norfolk Websites

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