Norwich Township is located within the County of Oxford in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, with beautiful countryside, villages and productive farmland.
A drive through the countryside will delight, with the beautiful farmlands, our Amish community, the Otterville Mill, Grand Trunk Railway Station Museum, Norwich & District Museum and unique local boutiques.
“Slow down for Amish buggies as you explore. Birthplace of Herbert Hoover’s mother, this community’s Quaker Museum, Black Cemetery and historic buildings are full of stories to tell. The Township of Norwich is known for its historic villages, farm fresh produce, African Methodist Cemetery, Grand Trunk Railway Museum, local festivals, art studios and more!” Tourism Oxford
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Doing Business in Norwich
With a population of 11001, and just over 362 businesses and 588 farms, the Norwich community understands the needs of business and agriculture – but also community and culture.
With farming practices built up with generations of experience, to delicious Dutch baked goods manufactured locally, there’s plenty to experience here.
It’s not just businesses that benefit in Norwich. We have an unemployment rate of just 2.9%, which is far lower than the provincial average.