Brundall is an attractive riverside village located between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. Nestled on the River Yare, part of the stunning Norfolk Broads, Brundall is a thriving community. With several marinas offering both private moorings and holiday boat hire Brundall provides a gateway to the beauty of the southern part of the Norfolk Broads.
With easy access to the tourist attractions of RSPB Strumpshaw Fen nature reserve and Strumpshaw Steam Museum both located on the outskirts of the village, Brundall is a place to visit. Church Fen is accessible from the village and provides an attractive walk and access to the river. Fairhaven Water Gardens are within a 10 minute drive.
Village life provides residents with a wide range of clubs and societies, ranging from the history group to the luncheon club. Brundall Memorial Hall is host to many village groups who hold sporting events and theatrical performances throughout the year. In the village centre you will find a good selection of shops from a supermarket, hardware store / garden centre, hairdressers, dry cleaners, chemist, optician and a selection of take away restaurants. Brundall is also the home of the Lavender House the renowned restaurant operated by Richard Hughes.
Visit Brundall is a community based web site which is operated by the business community in Brundall.
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