Stoke Holy Cross can be found in South Norfolk on the river Tas, approximately 4 miles south of Norwich. The village has a population of 1,568 as of the 2001 census. The location of Stoke Holy Cross allows the residents to enjoy the calm and tranquility of the countryside, whilst being just a stone’s throw away from the city of Norwich.
The village of Stoke Holy Cross has a primary school, a local shop, several restaurants, and a church. The Village Mill is known to be the first location from which Colman’s produced their first mustard products in 1814 when Jeremiah and James Colman moved into the mill. Now, the mill has been refurbished and is open as a restaurant.
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