Sitting at the heart of the Southern Norfolk Broads, Loddon is one of South Norfolk’s finest towns. Its lively history is reflected in its Georgian and Victorian architecture; reminders of a commercial age driven by the graceful wherries that once brought trade to Loddon
On the second and fourth Saturday of each month the Loddon Farmers’ Market is held at Jubilee Hall from 09:30 until 13:00, where you can pick up high quality local produce at affordable prices.
Nearby is the Wherryman's Way, a 35 mile footpath following the course of the River Yare between Norwich and Great Yarmouth which can be explored by foot, cycle, train or river bus. Look out for unique waymarkers along the route, which include figures, sculpture, information panels and audio points. Alternatively, there are twelve circular walks to enjoy, all based around the Wherryman’s Way walk.
Loddon enjoys a selection of unique shops and a waterside picnic area. In the summer it’s lively with boating holiday makers experiencing the Norfolk Broads, in South Norfolk.