Social Life in Carbrooke

Carbrooke Dancers47 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carbrooke Dancers 1947-8

For a group of people to become a community, there must be a social life. For most of the population in times past, the majority of time was spent working, when they had the opportunity to relax, enjoy themselves and create their social community, they did, and much has been achieved in Carbrooke to make village life what it is today.

Carbrooke Village Coronation Hall

Carbrooke Village Millenium Green

Carbrooke Cricket Club

Carbrooke Pubs

Carbrooke WI

Carbrooke Census: The census show us who lived in Carbrooke, where, ages, and what their occupations were.

Non Conformists in Carbrooke:  Perhaps not strictly 'Social Life', the Non Conformists show how a group of people who have a strong conviction in their beliefs, can work together to try and improve their lives and that of their community.

New Penny News: Carbrooke Village magazine, originally began in 1969 as a school publication, 'The Ha'Penny News', then 'Penny News', and now well established as 'The New Penny News' - 'All the Village News and Views'. This link will take you to the online editions.

New Penny News: On facebook

Carbrooke Appraisal 2001: In 2001 a village appraisal was commissioned, it makes interesting reading some 12 years later, we can see how many things have changed....and how many stay the same!


Carbrooke Village, Wayland, Norfolk has a long and interesting history. If you have any comments, information, anecdotes or photographs, you would like to share, please contact me.

This is an ongoing project and it would be lovely to add more information.

history@carbrookehistory.co.uk 

Last updated 08.04.2013