The River Chet flows between the pretty Broadland villages of
Chedgrave and Loddon and offers good fishing and boating facilities.
An old Victorian water driven flour mill.
A good place to picnic, eat chips, fish or rest and watch the boats go by. This is one of the many mooring places on the Southern Broads.
Loddon Church was built about 1490 by Sir James Hobart. It houses a small museum of Loddon and Chedgraves' past history.
Chedgrave Church has a Norman tower, thatched with Norfolk reed. It is of odd construction with many additions through the centuries to give what we have today.
Winner of the Village of the Year Award
2005 and 2007
As well as the river and historic church, Loddon and Chedgrave are very well served for shops.
There are hairdressers, barbers, chemist, opticians, dentist, GP surgery, greengrocers, butchers, food shops, newsagents, funeral directors, plant shops, charity shop, healthfood and fresh fish shop, estate agents, hardware shop, bakery, laundrette, tanning shop, post office, DVD hire, library and much more.