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The local area guide to living in Holt

The attractive market town of Holt is handily located on the A148, right on the edge of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This historic town was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, but most of medieval Holt was lost in the fire of 1708, which destroyed the majority of the town in a matter of hours.

However, the destruction led to Holt being rebuilt in the fine Georgian style that is still visible today, making this a charming and beautiful town to live and work in. The town has an excellent selection of small, artisan shops hidden away in picturesque yards and alleyways, and holds an impressive festival of music and the arts every summer.

Holt is surrounded by some stunning countryside, including Holt Country Park, Holt Lowes and Spout Hills, making it the perfect place to live for those who love outdoor pursuits and nature. The coast is within very easy reach, with the pleasant seaside towns of Wells-next-the Sea and Sheringham being short drives to the east and west respectively.

Information about the local residents

In the 2011 census, Holt had 3,810 residents compared to 3,550 in 2001. There is a good mix of age groups within the town, with people aged 35-54 and people aged 75 and over making up the largest groups. The people of Holt are rightfully proud of its independent spirit and are a close knit and vibrant community.

Nearby schools

Holt Community Primary School is rated as ‘good’ across the board, with particular praise being given to pupil’s ‘spiritual, moral, social and cultural development’, as well as to the school’s commitment to sport and fitness. Holt is within the catchment area for Sheringham High School, which has been rated as being mainly ‘good’, and ‘outstanding’ in some categories. The most recent Ofsted report said that the number of students gaining A* to C grades in English and maths is ‘significantly above average’ and that pupil behaviour is ‘outstanding’.

Getting around

Holt no longer has its own railway station, but Sheringham station is only a short drive away, which has good rail services to Norfolk and on to the rest of the country. Buses run daily from Holt to Norwich, stopping at the attractive towns of Sheringham and Cromer on the way, and there are also regular connections to Fakenham, Kings Lynn and Spalding. Norwich airport is only half an hour away by car, serving destinations within the UK and Europe.

Local shops

The residents of Holt are spoilt for choice when it comes to shopping, as the town is an impressive retail centre and a very popular shopping destination in the wider East Anglia region. Most of the 200 shops and businesses in Holt are independently owned, lending it a real sense of character that is only enhanced by Holt’s quirky mix of stylish Georgian buildings and secret yards and lanes.

Holt has a great selection of antique shops, an impressive amount of art galleries and a wonderful selection of stores selling everything from a choice cut of meat to some cute baby clothes. You’ll actually be hard pressed to find a chain store among them! The town has plenty of good quality restaurants, café’s and pubs, notable among which is Bakers & Larners, Holt’s independent department store.

The town is rightfully proud of The Holt Summer Festival, which brings an impressive array of international drama, music, visual art and cinema into the town every summer. Holt is also notable for its Christmas lights – during the festive season the whole town is lit up with thousands of white fairy tale lights on the gables, rooftops and trees of the town.

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