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The sheer size of the piece means that it even puts the apostles, life-size in the north and south windows, in their place. Perhaps that is why they all look so miserable and serious. I can accept it from St Paul, but I'd always thought of St Peter as a fairly jolly man. He isn't very jolly here, I'm afraid.
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Hingham is part of the electoral ward called Hingham and Deopham. The population of this ward at the 2011 Census was 2,908.
Mon - Thurs: 12pm - 2.30pm & 6pm - 9.30pm Fri: 12pm - 2.30pm & 6pm - 10pm* Sat: 12pm - 10pm* Sun: 9am - 11.30am breakfast menu & 12pm - 8pm main menus
Stay the night in one of our gorgeous boutique bedrooms.The perfect spot for a break in rural Norfolk.
Our aim is to be an integral part of the community providing something for everyone and where everyone is welcome. We strive to provide exceptional service but maintaining fair prices through careful procurement from our wonderful hand picked local suppliers using delicious seasonal produce on our fortnightly changing menus.
Read more > History of Hingham From an ancient settlement in 925AD to present day, discover the rich history of Hingham.
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Discover more about the small but vibrant community in the market town of Hingham.
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Notice: We will be closed for breakfast on Sunday 28th August and will resume serving food as normal from 12pm - 8pm.
In 2000, it was reported that Adrian Semmence, whose family had farmed at Hingham for three generations, was opening a woodland park (to be funded by the sale of 36-square-foot (3.3 m2) plots, mainly to Americans having connections with Hingham) to commemorate the links between his village and Hingham, Massachusetts.
The Caterham F1 team, previously Team Lotus was based here, but left Norfolk to the old Arrows team factory near Silverstone Circuit. It used to be based in nearby Hethel, but after its bankruptcy in 1994 there wasn't much activity until Lotus was resurrected as an F1 team in 2010.
Read more > Welcome to Hingham History Centre There has been an active History Group in Hingham for many years; they have collected a vast amount of information about the town.
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This is a big church. The vast, blockish tower is a landmark for miles around, and the church itself is more than fifty metres long. In almost any other county, St Andrew would be the biggest. But this is Norfolk, and Hingham church must take its place in the ranks behind a dozen or so that are bigger.
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View events > Share your Hingham We would love to hear from you with your stories, good or bad, of life in Hingham.
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As well as our formal seating in the beautiful Old Court Room, we also have a bar area with a bar billiards table, a sofa to relax on and an outside Courtyard dining area with a secret garden. Our cellar is temperature controlled to perfectly accommodate our local ales and lagers, which are lovingly cared for and start at just £2.70 a pint.
Katie & Matthew and their Manager Marta, welcomes you to The White Hart Hotel of Hingham. We are the community gastropub with big ideas but low prices.
Presumably lost in the Victorian clear-out was the classical font cover seen here by Richard Hart in 1842. It was remarkable for having a palindromic inscription. There is another at Knapton in the far north-east of Norfolk, and that one reads NIYON ANOMHMA MH MONAN OYIN - 'wash not only my face but my sins as well' - and so the one here probably did as well. I suppose that it might even be the same font cover.
Hingham is 17 miles (27 km) from Norwich, Norfolk’s county town. While many Hingham people now work in Norwich, commuting by car or bus, the town has maintained a strong base, providing work in a wide range of commercial businesses in its industrial estate on Ironside Way.
The nearest railway stations are Wymondham and Attleborough, both on the Breckland Line.