The Perfect Location

Nestled between the meandering Waveney Valley, the bustling City of Norwich and the magical waterland of the Broads, Loddon is one of South Norfolk’s finest small market towns. Its rich past is reflected in the handsome Georgian and Victorian architecture dotted throughout the town.

In the 15th century, James Hobart, Henry VII’s Attorney General, built Hales Hall and provided Loddon with a new church, Holy Trinity, which still stands as a formidable figure captivating the Loddon skyline.

Living at St. George’s Park, you are well served by schools catering for all ages. As well as nursery schools, a primary and secondary school, Loddon is home to the prestigious Langley School, an independent co-educational boarding school for children aged 10-18 and Nursery and Preparatory School for ages 2-11

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BE PART OF  A THRIVING  COMMUNITY
BE PART OF A THRIVING COMMUNITY

THE GREAT OUTDOORS

On the doorstep of Loddon, the Norfolk
Broads are spectacular wetlands, rich in diverse wildlife and stunning scenery. Meandering waterways, picturesque villages and traditional pubs sit amongst the beautiful and peaceful countryside, providing ideal opportunities to explore throughout the seasons.

Outdoor enthusiasts, anglers and nature-lovers will find plenty to do in the picturesque Waveney Valley, and there are many long and short-distance walking and cycling routes to enjoy throughout South Norfolk.

Meanwhile, Whitlingham Broad offers sailing tuition, canoeing and other water sports.

THE GREAT OUTDOORS