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Reymerston is a small village in the English county of Norfolk, six miles north west of Wymondham, six miles south east of Dereham, and a half mile south west of Thuxton. The population is included in the civil parish of Garvestone. The village retains a church, St. Peter, which has a weekly service and special events. One of the village's residents was Wing Commander Ken Wallis, who built autogyros and contrcted "Little Nellie" for the James Bond film, 'You only live twice'.
The village is located just off the B1135 Wymondham to Dereham road, and is served by a station on the Mid-Norfolk Railway heritage line in Thuxton. The railway station waiting rooms have been converted into holiday accommodation.
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