12 Jun

Attleborough offers alternative to busy cities

Attleborough offers alternative to busy cities

The town of Attleborough could appeal to those people hoping to move away from a large city.  

Attleborough could also suit those who are employed in the nearby city of Norwich as there are strong transport links, with local trains services between Cambridge and Norwich.  

Around 10,000 people live in the town and there is plenty of property for sale in Attleborough that could suit most budgets and tastes.  

It is easy to see why the town is popular as it has a great community feel and one of the weekly highlights is the market that takes place in the square on Thursdays. Held since 1285, the market in Queen's Square provides a great chance to stock up on local produce and goods. 

Queen's Square is also home to Attleborough Town Hall and Archive Room. The square clock for the hall was donated by Attleborough's Women's Institute. The town hall is also used for meetings and houses the offices for the Citizens Advice Bureau and Tourist Information.? 

Families relocating with children, may want to research the educational options available in the region.  

Attleborough also has a number of public houses, with the oldest being the Griffin. There is also the Mulberry Tree which is an award winning restaurant and ideal for a family meal.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801837470-ADNFCR

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