There are lots of lovely things to see and do in the market town of Loddon, the most northerly of the Waveney Valley Towns.
Loddon is a traditional Norfolk market town, based on the River Chet which is part of the Norfolk Broads. It has some lovely Georgian buildings and a rather magnificent church in the vibrant town centre.
There are several pubs with live music in Loddon and Chedgrave and an Indian restaurant, two Chinese takeaways, two fish and chip shops, a pizza and kebab shop, two tearoom/cafes and some great shops and services. Visitors will not go hungry!
There is also plenty to entertain them with live stand up comedy in the Loddon Mill Arts, with comedians coming from all over the world to perform.
If arriving by boat along the River Chet, there are 24 hour mooring spaces both on Loddon Staithe and at Pyes Mill, which visitors are welcome to use free of charge.
Every Tuesday morning, Country Market take place at Loddon Hollies in Loddon High Street. Homemade cakes and pies, fresh eggs, local raw milk, and gifts are on sale from 9.15-10.30am.
Every second and fourth Saturday of the month Loddon Farmers’ Market takes place in the Jubilee Hall in George Lane.
The Loddon Tourist Information Centre is in the library which is open on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.