Norfolk market town named among the UK's best places to live
A market town in Norfolk has been named among the best places to live in the UK.
Aylsham has been included on the Sunday Times' annual list for the East of England alongside Norwich.
It comes days after it was named the best town in Norfolk by Muddy Stilettos.
Aylsham was praised by the Sunday Times as "the perfect advert for small-town living" with the coast, the Broads and Norwich all in reach.
The publication also noted the town centre with the butcher, baker and food festival showing its commitment to sustainability and living well.
Towns were chosen after visits by the judges and factors such as schools, transport, broadband, culture, green spaces and high streets.
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Saffron Walden, a market town in Essex, was named the top town in the East of England.
Other towns that made the list of seven were Dedham Vale in Suffolk and Bourn in Cambridgeshire.
The entire list from the Sunday Times consists of 72 towns across the UK.