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Carbrooke History & Heritage

Useful Information & Links to Other Sites

Carbrooke, Norfolk is an agricultural village with a fascinating and surprising history, the aim of this website is to bring together information about the area and its heritage. This page brings together a list of links to other useful and interesting websites 

'Carbrooke Heritage Group' was formed in 2012, and has been involved in a number of projects to raise the profile of Carbrooke and its heritage. If you have any comments, information, anecdotes or photographs to share, please contact us.

Carbrooke History Facebook Page

Carbrooke Online Website  Village online magazine and information

Carbrooke Parish Website Parish Council Website

Watton Museum

Norfolk Churches Site (Carbrooke Page)

Wayland Churches Website

Wayland News: 'A community newspaper and website dedicated to providing information about Wayland in the heart of Breckland in Norfolk, England'.

Wayland Partnership offices in Watton

Wayland House, High Street, Watton, Thetford
01953 883915

Carbrooke School Web Site

(Watton and Area) Local information and Links

Norfolk Heritage Explorer

Domesday Entry for Carbrooke

Norfolk Records Office

Norfolk Baptism Project: A very useful site for anybody researching Norfolk ancestry. Carbrooke Baptism records 1812 -1880 have been added to this database.Hosted by ROOTSWEB  Norfolk pubs past and present, information, reference and photos. Maintained by Richard Bristow and (Carbrooke) Indepth research of Norfolk Mills, lots of references. Maintained by Jonathon Nevill                   

Commonwealth War Graves Commission have a website with a wealth of information detailing the men and women who served and died serving our country.

Norfolk Roll of Honour Website Norfolk War Memorials

Carbrooke Village Millennium Green Group

Facebook 'Friends Of Carbrooke Millennium Green'

Millenium Green Trustees Committee

Frimstone Ltd

4 Leaf Enterprises

East Coast Castings  Fascinating history of RAF Watton. Maintained by Julian Horn

Watton Radio Modelling Club

Flying Fish Inn

Letters between Carbrooke School children and Leona Robbins in Norfolk Virginia during WW2   Amazing information, images of actual letters.


Page last Updated 17.08.20