Loddon in breathtaking Norfolk lies within the boundaries of The Broads Authority. The Broads Authority is an organisation with National Park status that protects the famous wetland of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.
Loddon has a boating centre on the River Chet, a watermill and a variety of local shops, restaurants and public houses. Loddon voted Eastern Region village of the year in 2005, is a small market town. It is situated about 12 mile south east of Norwich, with a beautiful 15th century church (Holy Trinity).
Loddon also has many other fine buildings and a range of local business that reflect the growth of the town. A Country Market takes place every week. A Farmers Market is held fortnightly. The town is also an excellent base for walking.
Tourist Information is available from Loddon library annex (Parish Council Office) during the summer months. There are frequent bus services to Loddon from Norwich, the lovely seaside town of Lowestoft and Beccles.
Loddon Photographer Gallery
There are excellent parking facilities on the Plain in front of the church and at the nearby Staithe. Parking is free for the first two hours. This must encourage visitors to the town and this helps to boost the local economy.
Not far from Loddon is the historic town of Beccles that is well worth a visit.
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