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About Hemblington

Hemblington is a civil parish in the English county of Norfolk, about 8 miles miles east of Norwich. It covers an area of 1.17 square miles and had a population of 332 in 150 households as of the 2011 census. For the purposes of local government, it falls within the district of Broadland. As well as the village of Hemblington the parish includes the hamlet of Pedham and part of the hamlet of Cuttons Corner.

The 15th century round towered church of Hemblington All Saints is one of the most notable buildings in the parish. This church has the best single surviving wall painting of the narrative of St Christopher in England. Also of note is the fine medieval font raised upon two high steps and decorated with rich carving around the bowl and depictions of the saints adorning the stem.

Nearby Hemblington Hall is a grade 2 listed farmhouse, built around 1700 of red brick with steeply-pitched, pantiled roofs.