• Farthing, The Street

    Farthing, The StreetThree cottages destroyed by fire Good Friday 1945, Blacksmith’s Cottage behind

  • Blacksmith's shop

    Blacksmith's shop(now site of Horseshoe Cottage), Blacksmith’s Cottage behind

  • The Dower House

    The Dower Housenow Coney Weston House

  • The School / Reading Room

    The School / Reading Room

  • Hall Farmhouse

    Hall Farmhouse

  • Post Office and Parsonage 1904

    Post Office and Parsonage 1904Now Vine Cottage

  • The Street, 1915

    The Street, 1915

  • Flint Cottage (foreground)

    Flint Cottage (foreground)Barningham pre 1988, now Coney Weston, Holland Cottage in background on Coles Path

  • The Lodge 1904

    The Lodge 1904

  • The Lodge gate

    The Lodge gatetaken from the garden of the Post Office

  • The Post Office 1918

    The Post Office 1918

  • Street Farmhouse

    Street Farmhouse

  • Stone Cottages

    Stone CottagesNow demolished, these were on the site of what is now Westongate, Thetford Road

  • USAF servicemen marching down The Street

    USAF servicemen marching down The Streetsometime between 1943 and 1945

  • The Parsonage

    The Parsonage several cottages, plus later on also a betting office to the rear

  • Village Pond

    Village PondHorses drinking from pond with Street Farm in the background.

  • Thames Cottage Stores

    Thames Cottage Storesearly photo prior to The Butchers/Homestead being built

  • Town House Cottages

    Town House Cottagesthree cottages now demolished, TheTownhouse to the rear formerly two cottages,

  • Village War Memorial

    Village War MemorialThe photo pre-dates the village hall which wasn't built until 1922.

  • Dann's Cottage 1909

    Dann's Cottage 1909formerly a pair of cottages

  • St Mary's Church

    St Mary's Church

  • Coney Weston Hall 1920s

    Coney Weston Hall 1920s

  • The Dower House (now Coney Weston House)

    The Dower House (now Coney Weston House)

  • Coney Weston School

    Coney Weston School (later St Trinian’s, then St Mary’s) – photo taken from the Village Hall side

  • The Old School (Reading Room) The cottages on the left were demolished.

    The Old School (Reading Room) The cottages on the left were demolished.

  • Weavers, The Street

    Weavers, The Streetformerly the bakery

  • The Monmouthshires WW1

    The Monmouthshires WW1taken from the Post Office garden

  • Drift Cottages 1920s

    Drift Cottages 1920s

  • The Post Office

    The Post Office

  • Street Farm

    Street Farm

  • Council Houses, Rushford Road

    Council Houses, Rushford Road

  • Butcher’s now The Homestead, Thames Cottage Stores, now Thames Cottage

    Butcher’s now The Homestead, Thames Cottage Stores, now Thames Cottage

  • The Swan Inn 1920s

    The Swan Inn 1920s note the fenced in well in the foreground

  • Cedar Villa, Thetford Road

    Cedar Villa, Thetford RoadBarningham pre 1988, Coney Weston following boundary change

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Candlelit Harvest Service

Sun, Sep. 26, 2021 6:30pm

Parish Council Meeting

Thu, Nov. 4, 2021 7:00pm

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Final Report from the Local Boundary Commission

Today we published our final recommendations for future electoral arrangements for Suffolk County Council


With some regret, the Parish Council decided at the meeting on September 2nd to postpone the Annual Village Meeting which had tentatively been set for Thursday 9th September.The limitations on numbers imposed by the current village hall risk-assessment, the latest rise in the infection rate and the planned power cut for that day informed the decision.

Work now completed on Thetford Road

After many years of discussing different schemes and consultation, the 2 grassed areas which front the bungalows in Thetford Road have been given a face lift with the installation of a low perimeter fence-rail and a couple of raised flower beds, designed to give the area a ‘village green’ feel.

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