Attleborough is a thriving historic market town and is locally known as 'Norfolks Little Gem'. The focal point for the town centre is Queens Square where you will find the town hall alongside shops, cafes, restaurants, public houses, hotels and much more.
Attleborough is best known for its orchards and cider production, recognised locally by the 'Gaymers' name. Why not take a stroll through the stunning Gaymers Meadows, one of the many recreational spaces that surround the town.
MARKET DAY is every Thursday - Come and enjoy some of the delicious local produce that the market has to offer.
There is a wealth of clubs, societies and various activities that take place within this close knit community.
Attleborough is ideally located in the heart of Norfolk with fantastic road links to Norwich and Cambridge via the A11.
Attleborough also boasts excellent rail and bus links with services that run from Norwich to London via Cambridge and to destinations in the midlands and the north.
Attleborough 'Celeb Spotting' - Attleboroughs most famous resident is Peter Beale, a name you may recognise for his award winning exhibits at the Chelsea Flower Show. Why not visit Peters planted rose garden, just a few hundred yards up London Road from our development.
Great News! The pupils from Chapel Road Special School came runners up in the Considerate Constructors National Mural competion! Well done!
Pupils and staff at a complex needs school in Attleborough have given artistic flourish to our Grosvenor Park development. Pupils spent several weeks decorating the hoarding boards before their artwork was submitted to the national Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition. Joanne cox, assistant to the headteacher at Chapel Road School, said "They all had a great time as the project offered them the freedom to pain something big and have fun!"
On Red Nose Day the Site and Sales team raised over £230 for Chapel Road School, a local special needs school.
Following on from this Senior Site Manager, Steve Fulcher, arranged for some of the pupils to visit Grosvenor Park to paint a mural to help them appreciate the importance of site safety, and also to provide a colourful display area for visitors to the development and site area. The mural has been entered into a national competition under the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
Grosvenor Park has also just been awarded a Certificate of Appreciation for our contribution to Attleborough community from town Mayor, Councillor Karen Pettit.