Useful Contacts

Foulden Tweets

If you want to know more about Foulden – what goes on, up and coming events and things of interest. Then sign up to foulden.tweets@gmail.com

Websites of surrounding villages

Castonwww.caston-online.co.uk
Here you’ll find lots of information about the village of Caston, its history and its activities.

Croxtonwww.croxtonvillagehall.co.uk
Croxton Village Hall is a Registered Charity (277569) and managed on a voluntary basis by the Management Committee. Income is used for the maintenance and operation of the Hall and to develop its facilities for the benefit of the local community.

Gooderstonewww.gooderstonevillage.co.uk
A website to provide Gooderstone residents, and all those who are interested in the village of Gooderstone, a central place to find current and historic information on the village.

Methwoldwww.methwold.net
Through the pages on this site we hope to provide information for locals and visitors alike whilst serving as a base to build greater community links and networking. We hope you enjoy browsing the site and that you will return time and time again as it evolves.

Mundford – www.mundfordparishcouncil.co.uk
Now a Parish of approximately 2000 acres with 670 homes and population of around 1600, located almost at the mid-point between Kings Lynn, Bury St Edmunds and Norwich; Mundford enjoys a very rural position at the centre of the ‘Brecklands’ region and within the boundaries of the Thetford Chase Forest.

Oxborough – www.oxbomessage.btck.co.uk
This site is to give the surrounding community the chance to keep in touch with what is going on around us and to provide everyone the opportunity to pass on information they may wish to share.

Swaffham – www.aroundswaffham.co.uk
Visit Swaffham, Norfolk, Accommodation, Hotel, Bed & Breakfast, B&B, Self catering, Holiday cottage, Caravan, Camping, Glamping, Things to do, Restaurant, Pub, Cafe, Deli, Shopping, Market, Festival & Wedding Venues

Wrethamwww.joytownsend.sharepoint.com
A website for everything you would want to know about Wretham.

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