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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.

Unlike many modern villages, Mundford is fortunate in that it retains a Village School, Village Hall, sports clubs, Post Office, Butchers, Newsagents, Hairdressers, Pub, Church and other facilities; thus retaining much more of a ‘community spirit’ than is usually found nowadays when many villages become ‘dormitories’ for people that work elsewhere, or have their souls destroyed by being ‘bought up’ as second homes and the owners are only there for a few weeks of the year.

Those privileged to live here, do so under the stewardship of a strong and active Parish Council who have embarked on the long term project of creating a ‘garden village’; with annual bulb planting project and continued support for floral projects within the village.

History of Mundford | Map of Mundford

Tree Lighting Ceremony

CHRISTMAS TREE AND VILLAGE GREEN LIGHTS SWITCH-ON The switching on of the lights on the Christmas tree and around the village green was a great success and attended by around 250 people in total. Many thanks to Father Christmas!! for switching on the lights and mingling with the children. Many thanks to the...Read More »

Mundford - The Village and its People

Local resident, Barry Ellis, has written a book ‘Mundford – The Village and its People’. The book is available from the Parish Office, A4 hardback £20.00. To obtain your copy, contact the Parish Clerk. View Book Poster ...Read More »

Allotment Waiting List

Two allotments are now available. If you are interested please contact the Parish Office. We could do with having some names on our waiting list. If you would like to be put on this list (this is also open to Cranwich and Ickburgh residents) please send your name, address and telephone number to...Read More »