The village of Redgrave is situated on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, 6 miles from Diss, 1 mile from the A143 and at the source of the river Waveney and the Little Ouse. It is an historic picture postcard village with an active community and many activities. Redgrave, along with its neighbouring communities in Botesdale and Rickinghall, is twinned with the town of Tinteniac in France. There are approximately 220 homes in the village, 50 of which are listed and many are thatched. The centre of the village is marked by “The Knoll”, an attractive village green with an historic oak tree and a pond which provides a home to wild ducks and other wildlife. The village green is surrounded by a number of attractive buildings, including the quaint beamed local pub, the Crosskeys
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