WHY NOT let your imagination take you back into
a bygone time as you take a leisurely stroll around
the village. A charming unspoilt cluster of picture
postcard cottages, with its old blacksmiths building,
now the thriving artisan bakery Husk, The Earle Arms pub, hairdresser, our tea shop and church surrounding
the Village Green with its well. Unchanged by new
buildings since 1887.

Heydon Hall and Heydon village is popular with film
makers as settings for some of their productions,
some of the best known being, ‘The Go Between’,
‘The Peppermint Pig’, ‘Backs To The Land’,
‘The Woman In White’, ‘Vanity Fair’, ‘Riders’,
‘Love On A Branch Line’ and ‘The Moonstone’.
Heydon Hall was also the setting for one of the Upper Crust cookery programmes.
Heydon was created as Norfolk’s first Village
Conservation Area in 1971 and has won The Best Kept
Village twice. The village has about 100 inhabitants.