- County- Norfolk, England, UK.
- Electorate- 68,277 (December 2010).
- Major districts- Briston, Chaucer, Corpusty, Cromer Town, Erpingham, Gaunt, Glaven Valley, Happisburgh, High Heath, Holt, Hoveton, Mundesley, North Walsham East, North Walsham North, North Walsham West, Poppyland, Priory, Roughton, St Benet, Scottow, Sheringham North, Sheringham South, Stalham and Sutton, Suffield Park, The Runtons, Waterside, Waxham, and Worstead.
- Current constituency created- 1868.
- Member of parliament- Norman Lamb (Liberal Democrat).
- Number of members- One.
- Created from- Non.
- Ethnic majority- Overwhelmingly White English.
- Urban\rural split- Remote rural.
- Total political rule by each party in years- Conservative 45, Labour 28, Liberal 33 , Liberal Democrat 16, Coalition Independent 2 and Coalition Liberal 2 .
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