This south Norfolk town is favoured by commuters because it’s a direct link to London Liverpool Street in less than 90 minutes and it takes its name from the Anglo-Saxon term meaning either ditch or embankment.

A popular favourite with families and anglers alike is Diss Mere, with its abundance of wildlife and carp into double figures!

The town is very well served by a great range of shops – both independent and national, schools, essential services, pubs and eateries. Popular local attractions include; Diss Museum, Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens, Banham Zoo and Redgrave and Lopham Fen.