to the Wymondham Women's
Institute's millennium project

  Melton Road
The Old Grammar School
viewed on the approach to
Wymondham from Saxby
and Melton Mowbray

Strawberry Farm
for "pick your own" fruit

The Beeches & The Poplars
4 & 2 Melton Road

  Glebe Road
St. Peter's (C.E.) Aided
Primary School

the village school,
built in 1968

The Sir John Sedley
Educational Centre

built in 1971, with the IT
Centre opening in 1999

Gretton Gardens
the new homes next to the
Sedley Centre and school

The Grange
a Glebe Road farmhouse

Wymondham Crossing House
the manually operated
railway level crossing

Bryans Lodge
a quaint small cottage with
a moss-covered slate roof

  Rookery Lane
The Oaks
The most recent addition
to this lane, which runs
alongside the school

The Coach House
at the far end of
Rookery Lane

The Rookery
one of Wymondham's
larger houses

The Thatches
a reminder of the way many
houses were once roofed

Stone Barn
a barn with a tiled roof

West End
a spur off Rookery Lane
leading to Polka Walk

Polka Walk
one of the back walks
running parallel with
Main Street

  Sycamore Lane
The Nook
and Bursnells Lane

The Old Rectory & Rectory
the original rectory and
its replacement

Rookery View, Field View
& Barley Mow Cottage

part of a row of cottages

Pine Tree House &
Yew Tree Cottage

two Sycamore Lane homes

Sycamore House
at the head of Sycamore Lane

  Meadows Rise
Nos 3 & 4
off the top end of Main Street
  Main Street
Nos 22 - 16 Main Street
between Sycamore Lane
and Meadows Rise

Village Greens
two views across the Greens

Nos 19 & 21
at the foot of Brickyard Lane

The Old Bakery
now an antiques shop

  Spring Lane
the head of Spring Lane
from Main Street

Ivy Cottage
one of Wymondham's
oldest houses

Nos 5 - 9
an ivy-clad row of cottages

No 6
one of Spring Lane's
newer homes

Wymondham House
on the southern edge
of the village

  Chapel Lane
Back Walk
the path leading to the church

Oak Cottage
No 14, well-known for
its garden gnomes

The Priory
a house of great character
at the heart of the village

Congregational Chapel
the chapel of Chapel Lane

Miss Gill's Shop
a tiny factory and the wrought
iron gates opposite

  Rest of the Village
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