Lavenham in Suffolk is a vibrant community of 1800 people. It is famous for its wealth of medieval buildings which date from its period as one of the leading wool towns in the Middle Ages. The Guildhall of Corpus Christi, the Little Hall and the Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul are all open to the public. More information about Lavenham for visitors is on the Discover Lavenham website
Information can be found in the Village Hall website about Village Hall activities.
THE ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
Will Be Held in the Guildhall on
Thursday 19th April at 7.30 pm
The A1141 includes Water Street and the High Street, and the Church Street to Sudbury roads, are categorised as P1 routes for the County Highways gritting teams and as such should be regularly gritted. Should you need to report a lack of clearance please contact Claire Brown, Customer Co-ordinator, Suffolk Highways I Phoenix House, 3 Goddard Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 5NP - 0330 311 7837 www.suffolk.gov.uk/highways
In the meantime, remember to use the grit stored in the green gritting bins around the village to grit pavements and roads.