Historic buildings

Other places of interest in the LOHP area

The beautifully restored tower of Thelnetham Mill

Thelnetham Windmill

Thelnetham Windmill

Thelnetham windmill is an iconic landmark in the headwaters of the Little Ouse Valley.  Beautifully restored from dereliction in the 1980s and affording paroramic view over the Thelnetham and Blo'Norton Fens, it is well worth a visit. For information about open days and to find out about volunteering to help run this fascinating building, visit www.thelnethamwindmill.org.uk.

The Lodge Farm vineyard

Thelnetham Vineyard

Thelnetham Vineyard

A hectare of vines, open all year by appointment, producing a dry, crisp fruity white wine (also on sale in local village shops, farmers markets and pubs.

Thelnetham Church

Thelnetham Church

Thelnetham Church

The parish church of St Nicholas, Thelnetham, is a Grade 1 listed building. More information may be found on the Suffolk Churches website.

the Perpendicular flint-work tower of Hinderclay Church

Hinderclay Church

Hinderclay Church

Information about St Mary's Church, may be found on the Hinderclay Church website and the Suffolk Churches website.

The fine, decorated east window of Redgrave Church

Redgrave Church

Redgrave Church

Information about the history of Redgrave, and its church, is provided by the Redgrave History Group and the Redgrave Church Heritage Trust.

The massive Norman tower in snow

South Lopham Church

South Lopham Church

St Andrew's Church, South Lopham, has what is considered to be the finest Norman tower in Norfolk. Further information may be found on the Norfolk Churches website.