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The semi-ruined church of St John the Evangelist....and two 'wenches from the Hall.


The lovely Tudor moated Hall

Oxborough

A tiny village centered around Oxburgh Hall, which is a National Trust house. This moated manor house, with its magnificent Tudor gatehouse, was built in 1482 by the Bedingfeld family who still live here. It is an interesting house (the kids will love squeezing into the ancient Priests hole) and there are extensive gardens and woodlands, with picnic tables in the car park.

5.50 for Adults - 2.80 for children - 14.50 for family ticket
National Trust Members are free.

Just outside the castellated walls of the Hall, close by the village sign, there is an interesting semi-ruined church, St. John the Evangelist, where services are still held on a regular basis. From here it is just a hop across to the Bedingfeld Arms. When I get the chance to visit, I will give my opinion! There are no shops in Oxborough.


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