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Check out the Events page to find out what is going on in our village - and beyond: includes NEWS FEED from the BURY FREE PRESS
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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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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Hawstead Tree Preservation Orders
NOTE: It is not certain that these are all of the TPOs applicable in Hawstead: if you are considering cutting down any tree(s) please contact St Edmundsbury Borough Council rather than relying on this list (In 2016 this was Jackie Fisher, Tel. 01284-757346)
1 (1966 – no. 70) Between Metcalfe Arms and Cooks Farm: 3 x Pine Trees
2 (1971 – no. 166) Opposite Hawstead Green, by the (former?) almshouses: 3 x Sycamore, 5 x Beech
3 (1973 – no. 294) Place Farm: The Paddock, Ash plantation; Long Wood+Spring Head: Elm & Ash
4 (1974 – no. 364) Dutmoss Woods (Upper and Lower)
5 (1974 – no. 365) Woodfield Wood (W1), Bryers Wood (W2), Oak, Ask, Sycamore; Nunn’s Grove (W3) Elm & Ash
6 (1996 – no, 231) Between Fylett’s Manor and Manor Cottages: 3 x ancient Oak (Quercus Robur)
7 (2002 – no. 333) Pound Spinney: next to Pound Green & Almshouses and between them & the Pound: includes Oak, Yew & Sycamore
8 (2005 – no.395) Cullum House: 5 x mature trees
9 (2005 – no. 405) Bull Lane, Pinford End: 12 mature trees between nos. 2 and 3, x8 in front and x4 to the rear
10 (2008 - no. 476) Park Cottages, Park Lane junction with Horscroft Road. 3 trees on the lane; an area of (mainly) oaks on the eastern extreme of the property and approx. 10 trees to the South of the cottage.