The parishes of Little Cressingham and Threxton lie in the heart of Breckland in central Norfolk between the towns of Watton and Swaffham. Lt. Cressingham is perhaps best known for its rare wind and water mill — and Threxton for its magnificent and beautiful Church — the villages have a combined population of about 170 and extend to 1190 hectares.
Here on our web site you will find information on the villages of Little Cressingham and Threxton, and their churches and historic buildings. The What’s On section has details of forthcoming local events, and you can find somewhere to stay on the accommodation pages. The Parish Council has its own section, and you can find links to various local business.
So come inside and let us welcome you to the parishes of Little Cressingham and Threxton.