That title is Saxon you know? Fakenham, with its 150 residents in 1086, means A Fair Place, or Place on a Fair River, and we at Pure North Norfolk are inclined to think this name origin rather undersells the town we serve and work in.
Fa - fair, ken - river, ham - hamlet.
Makes sense really, with the Wensum wending through town.
This is not a hymn to Cyndi Lauper (shame you may say) but a publication all about "on-trend" colours for your home interiors and garden.
If 1986, the year True Colours (or Colors) was released, was all about the Habitat black ash look, the monochrome shades of New Romantic Music, what is 2017 going to look like?
We reveal the True Colours for this year below:
Property and cars, cars and property - do they mix?
Can we tell what car you drive from the property you live in?
Two questions we're posing in our latest article.
Read on ...
Tough question to answer maybe?
Like asking how long is a piece of string, but it's one we sometimes ponder here in Fakenham, north Norfolk.
The truth of the matter is there's differing opinions on the best parts - but you must have an absolute favourite?
Read on and decide if you agree with Pure North Norfolk ...