Stimpson’s Piece, an area to the north of the town comprising recreation ground with children’s play park, tennis courts, football pitches and woodland. For anglers, Reepham Fisheries is a popular venue just outside the town. Not to be missed, August brings the annual Reepham Festival, a popular event with live music, comedy, food and drink throughout the weekend.
Reepham is conveniently situated just 12 miles northwest of Norwich on the B1145 which gives easy access to King’s Lynn and the stunning North Norfolk coastline via the A140 to Cromer. From Norwich, there is a half hourly train service to London Liverpool Street with a journey time of approximately 1 hour 50 minutes. Regular buses run to Norwich and surrounding towns.
The governing authority is Broadland District Council. Council Tax bands for the area can be found here. There are 30 primary schools within the locality including Langley Preparatory School at Taverham Hall. Reepham also has its own secondary school with six other high schools within a 10-mile radius, as well as the renowned Gresham’s Independent School.
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