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A jewel set in the heart of the Waveney Valley

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The village of Redenhall was mentioned in the Domesday Book, as part of the Lands of the King that Godric holds, in the Half Hundred of Earsham. It states that in King Edward the Confessor' time, Rada the Dane held Redenhall, and that his holding was roughly 700 acres, upon which there were forty subordinate tenantries with six plough-teams. The Domesday Book only makes brief reference to Harleston saying that the Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds was lord here then.

With a choice of individual and speciality shops on offer and a range of traditional bakers, butchers and delicatessens serving plenty of delicious and tempting Norfolk foods, you're sure to find something delicious to take home. Every Wednesday the weekly market comes to town, with a variety of interesting stalls selling local goods and general household items.

Redenhall and Harleston railway stations previously linked the villages with Tivetshall St Margaret and Beccles on the Waveney Valley Line. Redenhall Station closed in 1866, and Harleston in 1953.

With its historic coaching inns, luxurious hotels and cosy tearooms, you're sure to find plenty on the menu when eating out in this traditional market town. Treat yourself in the many traditional food shops or pack up a picnic and enjoy eating al fresco under the famous Norfolk skies. Beer drinkers will love the two award-winning local microbreweries: Grain Brewery and St Peter's Brewery.

There's plenty to see and do with fascinating historical secrets to be unlocked, winding streets and interesting shops to be discovered and the beautiful Norfolk countryside to explore.

Home to a delightful array of individual speciality shops, bustling market stalls, food and music festivals and a thriving centre for the arts, it's little wonder Harleston was voted Norfolk Town of the Year in 2003. So whether you're interested in the town's long history or simply wish to browse and enjoy a spot of afternoon tea, you're sure to find something to interest you in this charming market town.

Archbishop Sancroft High School is located in Harleston, and is the main secondary school for the parish and surrounding area.

At the heart of the Waveney Valley on the old coaching route from London to Great Yarmouth, Harleston is a vibrant market town, filled with historic buildings, a beautiful chapel and plenty of character around every corner.

And it doesn't stop there, the beautiful Norfolk countryside with its market towns, broads and rivers offers lots of great opportunities for fun outdoors and country living!

We are very proud of our school and the standards of care and education we provide and hope that you will be pleased with the experiences on offer for your child.

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One of the plots to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I was to be launched on Midsummer Day 1570 at the Harleston Fair by proclamations and the sound of trumpets and drums.[6] The Elizabethan play Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay features this in one of its scenes.[7]

Media related to Category:Redenhall with Harleston at Wikimedia Commons

Harleston is home to a delightful array of individual speciality shops, bustling market stalls, food and music festivals and a thriving centre for the arts.  Whether you're interested in the town's long history or simply wish to browse and enjoy a spot of afternoon tea, you're sure to find something to interest you in this charming market town.

The right to hold an eight-day fair during the period of the Beheading of St. John the Baptist was granted to Roger Bigod, 4th Earl of Norfolk by Henry III in 1259.[5]

We will build on the learning experiences that your child has had before coming to our school. Children will be taught at a level appropriate for them and we will keep you informed of your child’s progress throughout their time with us. We treat each child as an individual and will ensure that all of our children have opportunities for success during their time here and aim to ensure that they enjoy coming to school.

Why not sample some delicious local food and drink at the Waveney Valley Food Festival? Or enjoy the music and arts at the weeklong Harleston and Waveney Festival? With a packed programme of events held throughout the summer months and plenty of interactive workshops to enjoy, there's sure to be something to interest and entertain.

This website contains information to help you to get to know and understand our school and the way we work as well as some information which we are legally required to include. We hope that the information on this site will help you to make an informed decision when choosing the right school for your child, as well as explaining our aims and what we can offer for your child and their education.

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On behalf of the children, staff and Governors, I would like to say welcome to the Harleston Primary School website.

There's plenty to see and do when visiting the thriving town of Harleston, with fascinating historical secrets to be unlocked, winding streets and interesting shops to discover and the beautiful Norfolk countryside to explore.

Harleston is a village in Suffolk, UK, just south of the Haughley Bends on the A14. It is located between the villages of Shelland and Onehouse, about 3 miles west of Stowmarket

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Mrs Lisa Blowfield - Headteacher School Lane, Harleston, Norfolk IP20 9HG Telephone: 01379 853211/852302 - Fax: 01379 853125 - Email: office@harleston.norfolk.sch.uk

With its historic coaching inns, luxurious hotels and cosy tearooms, you're sure to find plenty on the menu when eating out in this traditional market town. Or why not visit the many traditional food shops, pack up a picnic and enjoy eating al fresco under the famous Norfolk skies? Visiting gastronomers will love the two award-winning local microbreweries: Grain Brewery and St Peter's Brewery.

With a choice of individual and specialty shops on offer and a range of traditional bakers, butchers and delicatessen serving plenty of delicious and tempting Norfolk foods, you're sure to find something delicious to take home. Every Wednesday the weekly market comes to town, with a variety of interesting stalls selling local goods and general household items.

Nestled in the beautiful Waveney Valley on the old coaching route from London to Great Yarmouth, Harleston is a vibrant market town, filled with historic buildings, a beautiful chapel and plenty of character around every corner you turn.

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The parish includes two Church of England churches. In the town centre is the church of St John the Baptist, the present building being completed in 1872. All that remains of the previous building is the town's landmark clock tower, this church originally being a chapel of ease to the much larger medieval Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Redenhall, the mother church of the parish.

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Whether you're looking for a luxurious B&B, a hotel suite or a secluded holiday cottage, or even a camping and caravanning site to make the most of the beautiful surrounding countryside, you're sure to find the perfect place to stay in this charming market town.

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