• Jarrold Bridge

    Jarrold Bridge

    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.

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  • Shopping at Jarrolds

    Shopping at Jarrolds

    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.

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  • St James

    St James

    St James Mill is the headquarters of Jarrold & Sons Ltd. It houses the company’s head office and Jarrold Training and is also at the corner of St James Place, the new business quarter for the city.

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Welcome to the Jarrold Website

Welcome to the new website for Jarrold & Sons Ltd. This website has been designed to give readers more information and up-to-date news about the company, its business operations and its place in the community in Norwich and Norfolk.

We hope that readers find it interesting and useful in demonstrating the breadth of the company’s interests and how, although proud of its heritage dating back to the late 18th Century it is a company which has an exciting vision for the future.

Next Events

John Jarrold Trust supports The Norwich 20 Group

The Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell, Bridewell Alley, Norwich  | 18th March - 24th May 2014

The John Jarrold Trust is supporting the Exhibition of the History of The Norwich 20 Group at The Bridewell Museum

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The Jarrold Book Club

Café Metro, Lower Ground Floor @ 6pm | 1st April - 5th August 2014

If you love books and reading, why not join the Jarrold Book Club?

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Jarrold in the Community

John Jarrold Trust supports 8th Annual Technology Tournament

Thursday 27th March

John Jarrold Trust supported the Rotary Clubs 8th Annual Technology Tournament held at the Hewett School

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Jarrold Staff Charity Challenge supports the Nancy Oldfield Trust

Wednesday 19th March

Jarrold Staff Charity Challenge were delighted to present a cheque for £1,000 to the Nancy Oldfield Trust.

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