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Great Ellingham is a village situated in the Brecklandmarker District of Norfolk and covers an area of 1114 hectares (4.3 square miles) with a population of 1108 as of UK census 2001, though the district's 2007 estimate suggests that this may have risen to 1165. The village lies 2.5 miles north west of Attleboroughmarker, 2 miles south east of its sister village of Little Ellinghammarker and 12 miles by road south from Derehammarker.

Great Ellingham is served by St.James church in the Benefice of Great Ellingham.

Great Ellingham primary school teaches just over 150 pupils up to the age of 11.

The Crown public house, one of six pubs that used to be in the village, was once called The Bell and dates from the mid 18th century.

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