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I am a recent visitor to Cley, a beautiful place and I can't wait to return. Could anyone reading this comment identify the fruit tree growing in the Church car/park near to the graveyard? At the moment it is hung with so much fruit, possibly quince??

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Many happy memories for the time on the farms.
I am related to Letty Allen, Ray Allen managed the farms.

Can anyone confirm if Ray is Alive?

Allen


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Added: April 17, 2016
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Cley is one of the most magical places I have every visited.

I have been a regular visitor to Cley since I was born and my mother Carole Healy (nee Mann) was born and raised there before moving to Wiveton. Her parents were Arthur and Stella Mann. Some aunts and uncles lived there (Marjorie and Wilson, Doris and Ted (Edmund).

My parents were married in St Margaret's and I was christened there too.

Sadly mum passed away in February and we took her back to Cley for her funeral and burial.

I will continue to be a regular visitor to this very special place.


Added: September 20, 2015
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Cley is beautiful. At any time of year. The light compliments the landscape whether its raining, bleak or foggy or fine. We were married there last October. Its the place we chose out of anywhere else. Cley is special

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I hope to find my roots in Cley next April

Added: October 28, 2013
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What a lovely website. My mother was born in Cley her maiden name was Dawson, daughter of Mabel and Robert, her brother George lived in the village all his life. Her brother Frank, was killed in WW2, and his name appears on the Roll of Honour in Cley church.

Added: July 19, 2013
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Have enjoying our time in Cley next the Sea. We are staying an a lovely caravan club CL near the Church and Pub. The Three Swallows is dog (and people) friendly.
We have yet to try The George Hotel as parking in Cley is not easy. Walking about is not for the faint hearted and with a bouncy Labrador not recommended. Parking near the shingle beach (Cley Eye) is easy and the beach goes for miles (great for a afore mentioned Lab)
Trying to find a map that shows any back ways to navigate around the village and any dog friendly places (found the pubs on doggie pubs website)
All in all we will return and can only encourage others to visit.


Added: June 5, 2013
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