- For the island group close to the equator, see Norfolk Isles.
Norfolk constitutes the northern tip of the Brettish Mainland. Politically, it is a municipality of the Hurmu district of Northern Bretland. Formerly, it was a shire of the Commonwealth of the Brettish Isles. Population 3,740.
The towns and villages of Sterling, Langmere, Sturmgald, and East-Ruston are found here, along with the areas main city, base, and airport, Saint Churchill.