Terrington St Clement today is a large, irregular, sprawling village around 8km west of King's Lynn in the Fenland region of west Norfolk. It lies on peat and alluvial and marine deposits at around 3m OD but now protected from inundation by a sea bank known as Roman Bank, 1km north of the church. Previously it has been subject to some historical research by local historians resident in the village, while archaeological investigation has most notably included field walking during the Fenland Survey, although this largely excluded the area around the present settlement.
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