Here's a link to the Met.Office forecast page for Bury St Edmunds.
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Next Parish Council Meeting: Thursday, May 12th, 2022
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A library of important documents relating to the Parish Council and the village, including meeting agendas & minutes and copies of the Hawstead Journal.
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NOTE: General Data Protection Regulations 2018.
Please note that archive material posted onto the website before 25 May 2018 may include limited personal data for which consent to publication has not been given. The Parish Council wants to continue to make such material, which is of local interest, easily available to residents, but has not had the capacity to review the content fully. Please contact the clerk to the Council if you have any objection to your name or other personal data appearing in this archive material in order that it might be removed forthwith.
To view the film made by Andy and Janet Taplin in support of our bid for the Suffolk Village of the Year competition (ie 2014)click HERE. It's a fantastic production!
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The Listed Buildings of Hawstead
There are approximately 127 dwellings in Hawstead and 23 of them are listed as Grade 2 by English Heritage. Several other structures (barns etc) are also listed as Grade 2, whilst All Saints Church is listed as Grade 1. The site of the former Hawstead Place is also in the list (plus associated fishponds) as a 'sheduled' item.
You can see the full list by downloading the file below: you can also see more details on the English Heritage website. From the Home Page you can search for "Hawstead". This will return all the Hawstead buildings, plus several others, a few in Sicklesmere, and a few elswhere in the country where 'Hawstead' is in the address.
You can also see photographs of almost all the listed buildings on the "Images of England" website (another English Heritage site). There's no picture of either Hawstead Lodge or Pipers Hall Farm and several of the non-dwelling structures are missing - but interestingly you'll see the Moot Hall, Clacton on Sea. This used to be Mannings Farmhouse, located near to Hawstead Place and was moved in its entirety c1911 to its present site.