Big Yard 8th December 2001



Pages include the Big Yard, Bridge, Church Row, Common, Mill, Pub, School and Village Hall
Mini directory of businesses in the village
Photos from the latest events in the village and also archive pictures from yesteryear
Individual family info pages for Itteringham families - why not have your own history on the web?
Photographs of farming scenes in the village, mainly from yesteryear
Links to many other pages including census info, churchyard survey, the war years etc.
A few older photos from the ancient parish that amalgamated with our own on 17th March 1780
Wildlife photos taken with the village - more would be very welcome!
News items relating to the village
Fascinating facts and anecdotes
Itteringham's grocery store, delicatessen, café and Post Office needs your support Tel. 01263 587325
The Common Itteringham Common is a hamlet just to the south east of the main village
List of Norfolk village websites and a separate list of Norfolk related websites
The Village Hall (Bure Valley Community Centre) is a popular venue for many functions Tel 01263 587659


We hope you will find something or someone of interest amongst the photos and snippets of information we have put together. This page acts as the main notice board and is frequently updated.

We would be delighted to hear from anyone regarding our village or website and we would also be grateful for any information, anecdotes or photographs that could be included as we continue to develop and update the site.

The site has deliberately been split into numerous pages of medium size in order to facilitate downloading. Even so, due to the high graphics content, loading may sometimes appear slow, although other factors such as ISP bandwidth and internet traffic will obviously have a bearing on download speed.


This website was last updated 10th October 2016

Recently Updated Pages:

Bell Family 25May
Speedway 7Mar
Brown Family
The Mill

Newest Pages:

1912 School Class Photo
1922 School Football Team

St Mary’s Itteringham Stained Glass Summer 2014

To mark the Heritage Lottery funding for the restoration of the memorial window to the Revd Robert Walpole, Itteringham welcomes you to the following events:

In the church

25th May - 6th July The 2nd Aylsham Brownie unit create their own ‘windows’.
Free entrance during church open hours, except services and June 21st.
During the removal and replacement of the (real) window the church may not be accessible for safety reasons.

In Itteringham Community Centre

Saturday 31st May 2.30 Stained glass expert David King talks about
The Medieval Stained Glass of Norfolk.
Followed by tea, kindly supplied by the Itteringham Community shop
(talk and drinks free but cake extra!)

In Glebe House garden, Itteringham

Saturday 14th June - 2.00 to 5.30 Cream teas for sale to enjoy in the garden.
The brownies will be there and will be delighted to show you their exhibition in the church,
before or after you have indulged.

In the church

3rd August - 14th September An exhibition on the Revd Robert Walpole, his family and his school in Itteringham.
During the removal and replacement of the (real) window the church may not be accessible for safety reasons.



Later in the year a service to bless the restored window
will be conducted by the Revd. Marion Harrison.

See the News page for details of Community Transport opportunities for village residents

Businesses in the village

Aikido is a fascinating martial art taught by a British Aikido Board-qualified instructor
The Mill is available for B&B or self catering and is owned and run by Peter & Lis Downs - Tel. 01263 587688
The Shop is owned and run by the community and is also a Café and Post Office - Tel. 01263 587325 website
The Walpole Arms is Michelin Guide 2005 listed and has won a multitude of quality awards - Tel. 01263 587258
The Village Hall aka Bure Valley Community Centre is available for hire - Tel. 01263 587564

Itteringham Chuchyard Gravestone Survey

A group of volunteers has surveyed all the gravestones in St Mary's churchyard
and all the decipherable names and descriptions are now published on this website
along with many photographs

A well attended exhibition also took take place in the Bure Valley Community Centre
at Itteringham on Sunday 29th October 2006

Itteringham Chuchyard Gravestone Survey

Ancestor letter December 2008
Letter published in the December 2008 issue of Ancestor magaazine


1st April 2006
1st April 2006


New Nature page !

Nature Photos taken in the village

Please do contact us if you have any we could feature

Either or telephone 01263 713658

4th September 2004
Itteringham village looking west - 4th September 2004


showing walks
in and around Itteringham


This site came onstream in November 2001 and traffic has gradually increased and in May 2006 we recorded 2,772 visitors.
We welcome viewers from the following countries:
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Belize, Bermuda, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Columbia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Ethopia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guam, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niue, Norway, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad & Tobago, Tonga, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States, Uruguay, US Educational, US Government, US Military, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yugoslavia and Zimbabwe

Itteringham has broadband!

As of 31st August 2004 the Saxthorpe Exchange became live for ADSL broadband. This website is using the Norfolk based ISP and servers of Mainline IT via a 8Mb link.
If you are interested in obtaining broadband using a router with a secure firewall by all means contact Mainline on 01953 860225 or via their website

30th December 2005
30th December 2005

23rd November 2005 23rd November 2005
Mill and village centre 23rd November 2008

If you or your family live or have lived in the village we would be pleased to publish any material that would help to provide a more complete picture. Indeed, if you are able to provide sufficient relevant data (e.g. photographs, family history, background information relating to your family and the village, family tree, etc) we would be pleased to provide a page specifically for your family.

Please note that all photographs and material on this site are subject to copyright and must not be reproduced without prior permission from the owner. If you wish to purchase a full size photo please use the contact info at the bottom of this page.
Hi res digital copy via email - £15.00 (normally 2Mb - 15Mb dependant on photo)
Hi res digital copy burnt onto CD - £20.00 + postage etc (dependant on destibnation)

and don't forget to provide full details of which photo you are interested in!

Do visit our sister site
Also Jonathan Neville's African & Norfolk wildlife
digital photos at

If you have any memories, anecdotes or photos please let us know and we may be able to use them to update the site. By all means telephone 01263 713658 or

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