Prior to the draining of the marshes towards Great Yarmouth, Reedham was a small coastal village with a solitary Roman lighthouse. Today it is noted for its historic links with the Norfolk Broads and as the boat building centre of the wherries that used to ply their trade along the waterways. A picturesque quay lined with independent retailers and a number of quintessential country pubs offer insight into life in this countryside community. One of the most attractive villages on the southern broads Reedham sits on high ground offering spectacular views over the surrounding landscape. It also operates a chain link ferry service connecting Norfolk’s capital Norwich with the Victorian seaside resorts of the county’s east coast.
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