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We're located in the picturesque village of Castle Rising, just 2 miles north of King's Lynn in Norfolk.
The village is unusual in two respects. First, it has not grown in size since its Saxon origins, and secondly, it has a historical importance much larger than its small size would suggest. It has connections with kings and queens, prime ministers, saints and archbishops and has, in small ways, influenced the course of English History!
Our Offices - The Old School House
Our offices are based in the former village headmaster's house. Castle Rising School was one of the very earliest in North West Norfolk, opening in 1815.
The start of the school day was marked by the ringing of the bell. The school bell is today housed within the gateway of Trinity Hospital, but you can still see the groove in the brickwork worn by the rope near the old school room's doorway.
The school closed on 26 July 1962 with fewer than 20 pupils, and was for many years used by a Dutch bulb company, Both the school and headmaster's house were renovated in 1992, with the former classrooms now leased to fashion boutique Allez Chic and hair salon Bella Bea while we can be found in the old headmaster's house.
Castle Rising Castle
Castle Rising is home to one of the most famous 12th Century castles in England. The Stone keep, built around 1140, is among the finest surviving examples of its kind and together with the massive surrounding earth works ensures that Rising is a castle of national importance.
In its time, Rising has served as a hunting lodge, royal residence, and for a brief time in the 18th century it even housed a mental patient. The most famous period in the castle's history was when it passed to the mother of Edward III, Queen Isabella, following her part in the murder of her husband, Edward II.
The Howard family took it over in 1544 and it remains in their hands today, the current owner being a descendant of William D'Albini II, the Norman baron who first raised the castle.