Rocklands, Norfolk

The Villages of Rockland All Saints and Rockland St Peter

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Rockland All Saints -Beyond The Street

Tuppins Farm and Magpie Cottage, both in Magpie Lane


The ruined tower of St Andrew's Church, now surrounded by a plantation


The School Room was built in 1851 by the Rector of All Saints Church at a cost of 200, and at one time educated up to 35 children. It was later merged with the village school, but was again used during World War 2 for evacuees. Its great interest is that it retains many of the original Victorian features.


All Saints Rectory


Norrolds. This was between the present Norrolds Farm and Church Farm and was occupied by the Skitmore family, but has since been demolished


Kirk Hall. This Manor is mentioned in The Domesday Book


Fen Street


Holly Farm, Fen Street