The Wreningham Heritage Group is delighted to unveil its new website at The site builds on material seen in the 2021 Wreningham Heritage Group exhibition and adds a lot more – over 60 pages of heritage news, pictures, audio, stories, etc.

The website tells the story of our village together with the stories of those who helped shape it. There are audio clips from present-day villagers who will tell you how the village was in their early days!

The Heritage Group has many sources of heritage information, including most importantly the villagers. Your story, backed by documents and artefacts, can add immensely to that of Wreningham and your fellow villagers.

You are invited to attend their meetings in the Village Hall, usually every two months, to see and talk about your village’s heritage and to bring anything which adds to the story of Wreningham and its people. Meeting dates will be posted on this site, the village website and in the Mardle. 

The group is keen to have a site which is dynamic and grows into new areas over time. For example, they are currently experimenting with a “Look-up” service to enable villagers raise questions about their local ancestors etc. See the Contact page for more information.

This is early warning of a talk by the Archaeologist, John Newman, who worked on the 2014 dig at the Bird in Hand.

The talk will be held in the Village Hall on 16th February 2018 at 8pm. Mr Newman will talk about the finds from the Bird in Hand and also discuss potential for further finds from the planned Summer dig in the village. Meeting information on the Summer 2018 Dig.

This is a village project and all are encouraged to find out how they may make discoveries in their own gardens under the supervision of trained professionals. Steve Hickling will host the meeting and be ready to answer your questions.