Loddon

Large village
General stores
Post Office
High St Banks

Public Moorings
Electric Hook-Up
Water
Public Toilets
Emergency Petrol through village (1 mile) to main A146 turn left approx (1 mile)
Home to Lims voted "Best Chippy on the Broads"

Pubs
The Angel:
The Kings Head
(Robinson's Restaurant)
The Swan Hotel



At the end of navigation along the River Chet you arrive at a bridge forming the boundary between the small town of Loddon and its neighbouring village of Chedgrave. Loddon is a name derived from the Celtic word for Muddy Stream. The earliest mentions of Loddon are around 1042.

Loddon is an 18th century market town and home to the 15th century church of Holy Trinity. The Church houses a fine white marble sculpture of Lady Wiliamson by Joshua Marshall. Lady Williamson was the single largest contributor to the rebuilding of London's St Paul's Cathedral she died in 1684. A popular stopping place for boaters, the public staithe has stern on moorings and ample turning space for most vessels. Toilet, refuse bins, water and electric can all be found here. A short walk into the town and you will find ample places to stock up on provisions, three public houses and various takeaways including the Award winning Lims fish & chip shop which is well worth a visit.
Businesses in Loddon

Pubs
The Angel
The Kings Head
The Swan Hotel

Dilraj Indian Restaurant
Cheung Young Chinese Takeaway
Lim's Fish & Chips (Award winner Best chippy 2008,2009 nominated 2010,2011)
Loddon Kebab House
Rosy Lee's Tea Room (Award best cafe 2009 & nominated 2010)

A.J. Ward Butchers
Another Kettle of Fish
Bridge Stores & Riverine Chandlery
Church Plain Stores
Church Plain Surgery
Fairhead Wones Garage
Hales Petrol Station
Kodanet Web Services
Loddon Garden & Seed Centre
Loddon Local Co-op
Loddon Post Office
Moss The Chemists
Select Meats
Youngs Hardware

Boatyards
Maffett Cruisers
Pacific Cruisers
Princess Cruisers
Walkin Cruisers