A Tour of Harrold
The Bridge & Riverside
The Country Park
The High Street (east)
The Village Green
The High Street (west)
The Lanes of Harrold
Carlton and Odell Roads
Newer Developments
Footpaths in the Village
Tour Index Page





Photographic Tour of Harrold

Harrold Bridge and Riverside


The entrance to the Village from the south is quite dramatic. From Carlton the road crosses the flood plain of the River Great Ouse alongside the ancient foot causeway and then twists across the six arches of the old narrow bridge as it has done for the past nine centuries.

Beyond, the river, Harrold nestles in the trees with its church spire dominating. Over the bridge, the road immediately to the left leads to St Peter's Church and the modern riverside homes of Hall Close, formerly the site of Harrold Hall. From here the Wellocks footpath leads to The Green, but just before that, and through a gate, is the Lower Green. This is common land which leads to the attractive river bank and mill race.

The Wellocks

Mill House












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