Located at the back of Rendham Church and contains items of interest, this is maintained by Carol Twinch, author/writer of the History of Rendham. A copy of the Head of Claudius is also kept here. The original is in the British Museum.
This area is registered as a Village Green and belongs to the Parish
Is situated on Chapel Road and Sandy lane.
This small area is registered also as a Village Green and belongs to the Parish, small but important
Bulbs were planted November 2009 funded by Rendham Village Amenity fund
The River Alde has lots of interest and flows through the village on its way to Snape and Aldeburgh
There is a small bridge over the River Alde on the B1119 dividing Rendham from Sweffling
See pictures of the current bridge and previous ones. There are also pictures of the rebuilding of the last bridge.
Photos of the old and current Bridge on the B1119 Rendham Bridge
Photos of Bygone Rendham Bygone Rendham
Photos -aerial photos of Rendham taken on 9th December 1977 with kind permission of Maureen Scofield Areial photos of Rendham
Visit English Heritage site -view pictures/details of the buildings that are listed in Rendham type Rendham in the search box
For more old pictures of Rendham go to the website below
and type in Rendham in the search box