Welcome to Terrington St. Clement
Terrington St Clement is reputed to be the largest village in Norfolk. It is situated south of The Wash, 7 miles West of Kings Lynn in Norfolk and 5 miles East of Sutton Bridge in Lincolnshire, on the old route of the A17 trunk road. The parish covers an area of seventeen square miles, nearly 4,450 hectares / 11,000 acres. Much of the farm land is best-quality grade I arable land.
The village enjoys the benefits of many local amenities, including a supermarket, two doctor’s surgeries, a post office, newsagents, a bakery, garden centres, take-aways, hairdressers, hardware store and even a dog grooming parlour! The village is linked to Kings Lynn and Spalding via the 505 half-hourly bus service. It is an excellent family centred village with a range of local services and road links to Norwich, London, Cambridge and the Midlands.
Terrington St Clement has primary and secondary schools. They are situated opposite one another on Churchgate Way. It also has a village hall, scout hut and two pubs: The King William and The Wildfowler, both of which serve food. St. Clements is one of the most fascinating churches in Norfolk. Known as ‘The Cathedral of the Marshes’ it is simply enormous, standing some 168 feet long with a highly decorative separate tower.