There’s not a huge amount of innovation in Hoveton’s village sign in terms of the design, but it’s a pleasant area with benches and a lovely view of the busy road.
The village sign was installed here to mark the Coronation of King George VI in 1937 and there were also plans to build a playing field to celebrate the Royal event.
The sign was refurbished and restored in 2012.
Another view of the sign. And busy road. This reminds me that I must also go back to Hoveton and cross over the river so that I can get a photo of Wroxham’s village sign.