Hengrave

 

Hengrave College is led by Mr Young.

 

Hengrave is most famous for its magnificent Hall, built by a wealthy cloth merchant, Thomas Kytson, in 1525. In 1578 Queen Elizabeth was entertained here on her journey to Norwich and in the First World War part of the annexe was used a s a hospital. The name derives from the manor of Hemegrede, which is listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as land owned by St Edmund’s Abbey.

 

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Hengrave

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