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Waveney Gallery Waveney Gallery has been supported by the Waveney Valley Local Action Group,  supporting rural tourism in the Waveney Valley The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas

info@waveneygallery.co.uk

01379 741136




Currently Closed - We reopen from 25th March

Opening Times: Wednesday to Sunday & BH Mondays, 10am to 5pm


Contact Details

Email: info@waveneygallery.co.uk

Telephone: 01379 741136

Address: Waveney Gallery, Langmere Road, Langmere, Norfolk, IP21 4QA



Visitor Information

Accessibility: The gallery is wheelchair accessible with disabled toilets, however, we do have gravel paths leading to the building.


Postcode for Sat Nav:  IP21 4QA                                     OS Grid ref: TM 192 821 GB





Opening Times

Wednesday to Sunday &

BH Mondays

10am to 5pm

March to December

Please note if we have an event or conference in the gallery the exhibition may be closed. Please check on the individual exhibition page to see when it will be closed for private functions, or call us.

Directions

From Diss/Norwich - From the A140, turn off at the Dickleburgh roundabout and follow the road into the village. Take the right turn into Harvey Lane. This is almost opposite Chenery’s Garage, if you pass the church and reach the village shop you’ve missed the turning. Go past the school and village centre. Follow Harvey Lane out of the village for about 2 miles and eventually the gallery will be found on your right.

From Harleston - Leave Harleston heading towards Rushall & Dickleburgh, After passing Half Moon Pub on your right take the next left at Rushall church. Follow the road for around 1 mile. After the crossroads, the gallery is on the left.

After many years of trying to get permission to have road signs the nursery and wildlife gardens now have Brown Tourism Signs directing visitors from the A140, however we still do not have many signs so finding us can be difficult - please be patient, although off the beaten track we are worth finding.