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Horningtoft is a very small village, situated in the county of Norfolk, England, 6 miles south of Fakenham, 7 miles north of Dereham on the B1146. The Heritage Society puts on a bi-annual exhibition about their reasearch and this year we are featuring the 1939 National Register for Horningtoft.

An exhibition of village life in 1939
at St Edmund’s Church
Saturday & Sunday  30th June & 1st July
10am - 4pm - Free admission
1939 National Register information
Family trees and history for all village households
Property records and photographs
Newspaper articles ,Ordnance Survey Maps
Baptism Marriage and Burial records
Activities & Refreshments
Filled rolls - Home made cakes
Raffle - Stalls - Tombola - Games
Ample parking NR20 5DU
St Edmund's Church is just off the B1146 Dereham/Fakenham Road
Funding from Breckland Council and Dudgeon Wind Farm

In 2016 the exhibition centred around the 1797 collapse of the church tower.

Horningtoft marked the centenary of the First World War by discovering the impact the war had on our village. The Heritage Society held an exhibition entitled Horningtoft Remembers on the 19th & 20th July 2014.  Information about the residents of Horningtoft who served are availble on the Heritage Society desk in the church.


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