The face of north Norfolk has changed a lot over the past decade.

Through Google Street View we are able to travel back in time to 2008 and take a look at how areas in North Walsham, Holt, Aylsham and Wroxham.

Let's take a walk down memory lane and look at how much north Norfolk has changed in the past 15 years.

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1. Mulberry Grove estate in North Walsham

The Hopkins Homes site in Norwich Road was built on the former HL Foods canning factory which stood derelict from 2002.

The 176-home development proved controversial during its construction in 2015 after asbestos was found in the soil surrounding the new homes.

2. Lloyds Bank and SPAR in Holt

Before clothing retailers White Stuff and Joules moved into Market Place in Holt, the buildings were occupied by Lloyds Bank and SPAR in November 2008.

The banking branch has recently announced closures in Norfolk including the Diss bank on Market Hill.

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3. Bure Valley Vets in Aylsham

Taverham Veterinary Hospital opened its Bure Valley practice in Norwich Road, Aylsham, in 2016.

The building was previously a large bungalow but it is now equipped with a prep room, operating theatre, in-house laboratory and dog and cat kennels.

4. Bridge Restaurant in Wroxham

The 2008 image of The Bridge Restaurant shows the business before undergoing a major £1m redevelopment in 2017.

However, the restaurant on the River Bure in Wroxham was forced to close its doors in September this year due to the cost of living crisis.

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5. Hopkins Homes development in North Walsham

Another shot of new homes in North Walsham shows how much the town has expanded in just over a decade.

The estate in Ewing Road leading to Duncan Way and Bailey Road did not exist in 2008 and the area consisted of Norfolk farmland.