Looking for the Department Store?
The Jarrold Bridge was completed in December 2011 realising an ambition dating back over twenty years. It spans the River Wensum from the St James Place business quarter.
The department store overlooking the market place in the centre of Norwich is probably the most familiar part of the company to residents and visitors.
St James Mill is the headquarters of Jarrold and Sons Ltd. It houses the Company’s head office, Jarrold Training and St James Facility Management and is also at the corner of St James Place, the new business quarter for the city.
Jarrold is one of the longest established businesses in Norwich. Its most familiar business is the popular landmark department store in the centre of Norwich and other retail outlets in the region. The company's other major interests include the prestigious
seventeen acre office and residential development called St James Place in the city and Jarrold Training which provides business training from its headquarters in St James Mill.
Jarrold has been part of the business community in Norwich since 1823 having been founded in Woodbridge in 1770. The company is rooted in the community and although proud of its heritage is a company which has an exciting vision for the future.
For more details of the company's activities see the What we do section of the website.
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