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Updated: 17/03/10

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Tibenham - A Norfolk Village   

Tibenham (spelt Tibbenham or Tybbenham in times past) is a small village situated in  South Norfolk, England. There are few major roads or railways near, so it has retained much of its quiet, unspoilt character.  

This site was originally developed to raise funds for our Peal Appeal, and we have restored the peal of six bells originally hung in a medieval oak frame, raising 80 000 in just over 2 years.  The Committee would like to thank our many friends and donors for their generous support.  

There are rumours that more grant funding has been secured for the latest Church Restoration project.  However, I cannot confirm or deny them here without official confirmation from someone involved.   There is also a Friends of Tibenham Church group which has no connection with this website, but shares the same aims.

The website has since grown in scope and there are lots of other things to explore:

Village Life, and Village events, including the Tibenham Village Hall and Village Hall events.

The beauty of the medieval All Saints' Church.  Also contact details for the Rector and details of Church of England services.

The history of the village, the Lords of the Manor and the strong links with American Servicemen of the 445th Bomb Group who flew from Tibenham Airbase during the Second World War.

Genealogical research data.

The Tibenham Forum.  A message board for discussion and inquiries.   Please let us know if you have enjoyed this site.

Bell Ringing details and a recording of the bells before and after restoration.   Please note we welcome visiting bands.  Please see here for details.

Events