About this siteWelcome. This site has been created by the Parish Council to allow us to better connect with the people living and working in our town. You can read more about what the council does here and you can leave a response on most pages to let us know your views on the subject.
The Town Council offices are situated at:
14 Middleton Street
Town Clerk: Trevor Gurney
Accounts Assistant :
Telephone: 01953 603302
'E' mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Office opening hours :
Monday - Friday 9.30am - 4.00pm
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This area is intended to give anyone thinking of visiting Wymondham a quick whistle-stop tour of the town in pictures.
Probably the most iconic building in Wymondham is the Market Cross. Wymondham’s first Market Cross was probably a shaft -on-steps type, but we don’t know where it was situated. However, we do know that by the late 16th Century there was a Market Hall which was burnt down in 1615 and the present cross was roughly on the same site in 1617-1618 at a cost of £25 7s Od. The Market Cross is now used as the Tourist information Centre run by the Town Council.
Below is a map of Wymondham that has numbered arrows pointing out the main attractions of the town followed by a list giving the names of the numbered attractions.
By clicking on any name in the list a brief description of the attraction will appear together with several pictures of it.
Click on the name of the attraction below to see a short description with pictures.
Town Council : Statutory local government elected body for the Parish of Wymondham Norfolk. The Town Council has a number of statutory duties and powers including the provision of recreation areas,play facilities,woodlands, wildlife sites, open spaces,allotments,markets,Tourist Information Centre and the Town Cemetery.We also act as a link to South Norfolk District Council including being consultees in all planning applications relating to the Town and to Norfolk County Council for the reporting of faulty street lights and highways issues.
Photographs of Abbey & Market Cross by Tim Smith – www.spacepenguin.co.uk