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Potter Heigham, The Windmill c.1926

Photo of Potter Heigham, The Windmill c.1926

Potter Heigham, The Windmill c.1926

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Memories of Potter Heigham

School Holidays

I feel I could write a book as the memories were brilliant! We used to spend the whole summer there and I cried when I had to leave. I remember the boatyard which was run by ...Read full memory

A memory of Potter Heigham by Stephen Mackay

The Water Otter

Just by the road bridge on the Yarmouth side was a pub with a long grass garden which went down to the river, on the bank was a post with a notice on it which read "Don't ...Read full memory

A memory of Potter Heigham by John Hopthrow

Family Holiday

As I read out the memorable words from a guide book about the low bridge in Potter Heigham, and thus to be extra careful, I was greeted with the words "Too late" as we rammed the bridge. Thirty years after this photo and we were still causing havoc!

A memory of Potter Heigham by Lorna Cowan

The First Holiday At Potter Heigham

We hired a riverside chalet called 'La Dak' on the Martham side of the river, there were two families sharing. I remember there was no car access to the ...Read full memory

A memory of Potter Heigham by Mike Atherley

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About this photo

This type of elegant windmill came into its own during the spring and autumn when the marshes were often full of flood water; during this time it was literally 'all hands to the pump' to ensure the safety of the cattle who had been turned out onto the land.