The Hub

The Hub is situated in the heart of the village at 2 Lady Street.

The Hub hosts the Visitor Information Point which has information on the history and buildings in the village, maps of walks, and leaflets on the area.

The Hub showcases local artists, authors and crafters, their work is available for purchase.

Stationery and greetings cards are also available.

The Hub includes an Outreach Post Office.

The Hub is run by an independent not-for-profit trust working for the benefit of the community. It is staffed entirely by volunteers.

The Hub Opening Hours, Contact Details etc:

The Guildhall - National Trust

From 1st October 22: Open Wednesday through Sunday 10.30 am to 4.00 pm

(Please check with their own website for any changes to this programme)

National Trust: The Guildhall Lavenham

Little Hall Museum

From 1st October 22: Open Tuesday through Sunday 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm

(Please check with their own website for any changes to this programme)

Little Hall: Lavenham

Lavenham Gas Works – Water Street

The Gasworks were built by Alexander Roger Stark and the village was first lit by gas on 14 October 1863. This was a high profile event and to celebrate, Stark hosted a dinner at The Swan Hotel.

All that remains of the gasworks is a gasholder, one of the only two remaining of this type. It is believed to date from 1862. It was protected in June 1980 when it was awarded the status of Scheduled Monument. In 2022, the gas holder was restored by National Grid with story boards explaining its importance and history. The site has been gifted to the Parish Council.