Submitted by Name: rosie From: shefffield E-mail: Contact
Comments: 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
Added: May 10, 2014
Submitted by Name: * * * Anthony From: Mississauga Otario Canada
Comments: I hope to find my roots in Cley next April
Added: October 28, 2013
Submitted by Name: Linda From: Suffolk E-mail: Contact
Comments: 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
Submitted by Name: Kathy J From: Maldon Essex E-mail: Contact
Comments: 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
Submitted by Name: paul allen From: claycross derbyshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: will be stopping in cley for the week in july didn.t visit last year me my partner pat and little billy our jack russell love cley and north norfolk great place
Added: May 19, 2013
Submitted by Name: Ray Millard From: Blakeney E-mail: Contact
Comments: We are former Cley residents, and although we now live a mile or so away, we visit often and enjoy seeing friends and former neighbours. Our children grew up in the village and once or twice a year we would take them to Blakeney School by boat. From 1994 until 2009 we ran the Cley Boat Club, and had lots of wonderful trips, events and low-key competitions in and and around the Cley Channel and Blakeney Harbour. Happy days!
Added: February 3, 2013
Submitted by Name: Hanne Siebers From: Norway E-mail: Contact
I am trying to find out all I can about 4 houses in Cley called Umgeni, Umtata, Umona, and Umvolosi, can you help? I'm trying to find out where theses cottages are in Cley as I would love to see them and write about them. Actually, I have found Umtata and Umgeni on the Coastroad, where could the other two be - new names?
Thanky you very much!
Best regards Hanne Siebers
Added: January 24, 2013
Submitted by Name: Kim Shead From: Bexley, Kent E-mail: Contact
Comments: Shirley Wilson....I am also a descendant of Samuel and Adelaide Jarvis, going down through the George James Jarvis route and would welcome an opportunity to exchange information.
Added: October 1, 2012
Submitted by Name: Shirley Wilson From: Thornaby-on-Tees E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am a descendent from the Jarvis/Jary family (Samuel and Adelaide) and would love to know more about the area and my ancestors. If anyone could give me any information to help in my research I would be very grateful. Hoping to visit Cley soon and would love to know if I have any relatives still living in the area.
Added: September 22, 2012
Submitted by Name: Mark Andrews From: Dover E-mail: Contact
Comments: Does anyone know why the place is called Cley-next-the-sea and not the seemingly more correct Cley-next-to-the-sea, or Cley-by-the-sea? I noticed a couple of other places called something-next-the-sea around here too - is it a Norfolk thing, or old English? Or laziness?