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Welcome to Blofield Courthouse

Blofield Courthouse is an historic listed building in Norfolk which is now used for community activities. It is owned by Blofield Parish Council and run and maintained by a voluntary management committee.
This website aims to keep you up to date on our Village Screen film programme, details of our user groups and special events and provides a history of the building and its architecture.


EDP Community Chest

The Courthouse is collecting May EDP Community Chest Vouchers which are published in the paper daily. Collection points are the Courthouse or The Paddocks, North Street, Blofield (next door to the Library), or we can collect - contact us on 01603 715253.
Thank you!

Village Screen

Our next film is Bridge of Spies starring Tom Hanks on June 10th - more on our Film Programme page.
 Tickets are on sale now from the usual source, Mitchell's Newsagents in The Street, Blofield.

Jazz at the Courthouse

Advance notice that our next Jazz Evening will be on Friday 24th June when our guests will be The John Whitehead Trio featuring guest American virtuoso reedman Ron Hockett.
Tickets are £8 on sale now
at Mitchell's Newsagents in the Street, Blofield or online at WeGotTickets (booking fee applies).

See our Jazz page for more information and sign up to the mailing list for advance notice (see below).

Also see our new Jazz at the Courthouse Revisited page for photos,  videos and reviews of past events.


Sign up to our Village Screen mailing list for monthly advance notifications of films and events

Sign up to our Jazz mailing list for advance information on our jazz nights

If you wish to contact us or comment our email address is Admin@blofieldcourthouse.org.uk

The Courthouse is situated on Yarmouth Road, Blofield, Norwich, NR13 4JU See Google map for our location.

Courthouse At Night photo above by Danny Barber