The name of Wreningham occurs in odd places. So here are a few items found on the internet.
Mill Lane is so named because of the Mill that used to stand on it. Some information about that mill is here.
A 10 year old gelding named Wreningham features on Sky Sports.
The Norfolk Heritage site describes the historic objects found in and around the parish.
A Timeline for Wreningham
1086 Our Domesday book entry is here.
1806 The University of London and The Institute of Historical Research describes Wreningham thus.
1887 Wreningham and surrounding area as seen in maps from the National Library of Scotland: 1887 map
1906 Wreningham and surrounding area as seen in maps from the National Library of Scotland: 1906 map
1999 Before this year some roads in Wreningham had several names. This was remedied by South Norfolk Council’s 23rd June 1999 letter which presented a map of approved Wreningham road names. So now no confusion over “Reading Room”, “Butcher’s Corner”, “The Turmpike”, etc.!