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Brockdish

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Brockdish is a village in Norfolk.

Get in[edit]

Brockdish is well served by buses as, historically, it is on the Thetford to Great Yarmouth route. The village was bypassed several years ago but buses still run through the village as often as every 30 minutes delivering passengers back to Diss or onwards in Harleston, Bungy, Beccles or Gt Yarmouth. Most people access the village by car and there is ample free parking on the village streets.

Get around[edit]

Brockdish is small enough to walk round, the village also connects up with the Angles Way footpath which goes back to Diss or onwards to Bungy etc.

See[edit][add listing]

There are many events happening at the village hall, primary school, church and pub. The village website [1] carries details of some of these events.

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Explore the church and church yard
  • Use Brockdish as a base to explore Harleston, Diss, Stradbroke and Angles Way footpath
  • Visit the village pub, the King's Head
  • Come to Brockdish during the open gardens and explore

Buy[edit][add listing]

If you are staying self catering you may wish to buy local fruit and veg from up to three stalls in the village. You will certainly want to buy a drink or two or some foot in the village pub and you may want to buy a map of Angles Way so you can explore this historic path from the village.

Eat[edit][add listing]

The food in the village pub, the King's Head, is good and many locals eat in the pub

Drink[edit][add listing]

The local pub has a good range of locally produced drinks as well as more familiar, national and international names.

Sleep[edit][add listing]

Brockdish has several guest houses and self catering options.

Get out[edit]

You might not want to leave Brockdish once you are here because it's an easy place to fall in love with! The road through the village will take you back to the A143 and then on back to Diss, or in the other direction towards Harleston via Needham. Of course you can cycle out or follow the Angles Way path onto your next destination.



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