This is the village of
Caston, Norfolk, England.
Caston in Summer - Photo by Alan Porter
It appears that the name Caston comes originally from the Old English of Cattstun but the earliest reference of the name, when it was shown as Catustuna, is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. Now read on for something a little more up to date..........
Here you'll find lots about the village of Caston, its history and its activities. If you need information regarding the Parish Council, they have their own official site which can be reached by clicking here . Also you can add to the web-site yourself through the Feedback page. Or, where there is already a story within Caston Blog you can add your comment to it and we encourage you to do so. We are adding to the content all the time and would therefore warmly welcome any constructive thoughts or ideas that you might have as to any additional subject matter. This can be conveyed to the webmaster through the Visitors and/or Feedback pages.
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We occasionally get visitors from all over the world - Australia, United States, Israel and elsewhere, who visit the site sometimes on purpose and sometimes by chance. So, in case you don't quite know where Caston is located click here for a map with a pin-point location. Use the + and - keys to zoom in and out.
John Barnes was a very good friend of this village and was kind enough to allow much of his books, 'A History of Caston', to be reproduced on this website. More specifically we must also thank John for kindly giving permission for many of the photos reproduced on the Photo Gallery page. John was brought up in Caston and there was very little history about the place that he did not know. Sadly, John passed away in November 2019.