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Wymondham Factfile:

Wymondham Location: Norfolk, Eastern England, Eastern England, United Kingdom.

Wymondham Post Code: NR18

Wymondham Dialling Code: 01953

Population of Wymondham: 12,539 (2011 Census)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Wymondham: TG1101

A historical market town that has narrow alleyways and old houses organized round the wood framed two storey octagonal Market Cross, Wymondham which is found in Norfolk has a resident population of around twelve thousand five hundred and sits about 15 kilometers south-west of Norwich. Drawing in for tourists because of its historical Abbey, at one time a Benedictine Abbey, that dates from the 1300s, the town is also in the middle of a large rural parish.

The town is also famous for two other unique reasons, the first is that it was home to one Robert Kett, who fronted a band of peasants in the legendary peasants revolt of 1549 (referred to as Kett's Rebellion), and secondly for the Great Fire of Wymondham of 1615, a terrible event that destroyed the majority of the town, indeed close to three hundred houses were affected in total.

Wymondham Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 675436Similar to quite a few towns in the area, Wymondham largely survived financially from the wool industry, and yet an additional business for which the town was well regarded was the manufacturing of small wooden products, including brushes, woodturning, spoons and similar merchandise.

The collapse of the woollen industry during the early to mid-19th century lead to overwhelming poverty in Wymondham and the surrounding communities. In Victorian times Wymondham never underwent any essential expansion and grew to be into a bit of a backwater, hence the outcome of this is that even in the twenty first century much of the town centre is still much as it must have been in the time following Great Fire in the seventeenth century. Such reconstructed dwellings, and those that made it through the Great Fire, continue to delight travellers and shoppers as they mill around the winding medieval streets of Wymondham.

Wymondham's History: The human settlement of the town began, without doubt as far back as Saxon times and the name of the town (pronounced "Windham") very likely comes from this period, possibly as a blend of a personal name with the word for settlement or village ("ham"). The initial charter to hold a weekly market (still held on Fridays even today) was granted in 1204 by King John and later renewed in the 15th century by Henry VI. The 1st Market Cross was destroyed in the 1615 Great Fire, the current one was erected in sixteen eighteen and is still one of the key icons of the town.

Yet another of the landmarks of the town is the twin towered Wymondham Abbey, originally dating from the twelfth century and created mostly for the Benedictines, it mostly survived the Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry 8th and was purchased by the residents of Wymondham for use as their parish church, a job that it continues to perform in today's times.

The 15th century Green Dragon is the oldest in the town, and one of the eldest structures. It was at some point called the "White Swan" and as well may possibly once have had the title "St George and the Dragon".

The town can be got to by using the A11 and the B1135, it is roughly 15 kilometers south-west of Norwich, approximately 30 miles to Great Yarmouth and roughly one hundred and eight miles to London. Wymondham can additionally be arrived at by train.

Wymondham Bridewell - The Wymondham Bridewell was the town's local prison, and has served as a prison ever since roughly the early 17th century. The current, building (which has a grade II listing), was built in the 1780s. It shut as a prison and bridewell in the 1870s. Ever since then it has had various uses such as courthouse, museum and police station. As a prison it had 22 cells with brick floors and iron beds, each cell had a size or about 12 x 7 feet. The Wymondham Heritage Museum now resides in the building. Note: A "bridewell" is a prison or reform school for minor criminals.

A selection of Wymondham streets and roads: Whartons Lane, Vimy Ridge, Bramble Way, Vicar Street, Rightup Lane, Talbot Close, The Lizard, Maden Close, Youngmans Road, Applegarth, Smock Mill Loke, Rustens Manor Road, Park Close, Millway, Rothbury Road, Fiona Close, Lime Tree Close, Stile Lane, Slutshole Lane, Besthorpe Carr, Finderne Drive, Cemetery Lane, Cedar Court, Hubbard Close, Tuttles Lane West, Arundel Road, Choseley Court, Clematis Way, Russell Way, Ketteringham Road, Bainards Close, Guiler's Lane, Back Lane, Dogwood Close, Longlands Drive, Orwell Close, Eleven Mile Road, Long Road, Wattlefield Road, Banister Way, Middleton Court, Bridewell Street, Avenue Road, St Leonards Close, Becketswell Road, Middleton Street, Elise Way, Fritillary Drive, Lady's Lane, Crabapple Close, Verbena Drive.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Wymondham: Strangers Hall, Plantation Garden, Scarning Fen, Cow Tower Norwich, Wymondham Abbey, Quasar Elite Norwich, Skirmish Thetford, Fantastic Days, Market Cross, Norwich Cathedral, Bridewell Museum, Banham Zoo, Wymondham Heritage Museum, Poringland Wood, Lolly Moor, Dinosaur Adventure Park, Flordon Common, City of Norwich Aviation Museum, Dragon Hall, Melsop Farm Park, Norfolk Gliding Club, Lower Wood Ashwellthorpe, Ice Experience, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, East Dereham Windmill, Norwich Castle Museum, Mulbarton Common, Funtime Factory, Mid Norfolk Railway, Smockmill Common, Costume and Textile Study Centre.

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