Wymondham’s Market Cross celebrates town’s past

One of Wymondham's most iconic structures will pay tribute to the town's past to celebrate Heritage Open Days.

The town's 17th century, octagonal Market Cross will be putting on a small exhibition showing photos some of the buildings and premises which no longer exist, including pubs and shops, factories and windmills.

Those included are the Wymondham Laundry, which once stood in Norwich Road, and the King's Head Inn on Market Place.

The exhibition will take place from Thursday to Saturday, between 10am and 4pm, and Sunday, from 10am ato 3pm.

The Market Cross now serve's as Wymondham's Tourist Information Centre, which opens Monday to Saturday during April to October.


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