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The River Blyth on its way to Southwold

Ah the Barsham sunflower!!!

It is occupied now by "Dunelm"

http://www.tillyweb.biz/gallery/hh/halesworthdown1.jpgthis is the most famous part of this station its moveable platforms also a picture of them openhttp://www.tillyweb.biz/gallery/hh/halesworthpcard1.jpg

The famous painter Sir Alfred Munnings was born in this village

Hi Rod you can try here for more information http://henhampark.com/historythe first mention of it is the well dates back to 645AD I would say the building covering it is much younger than that maybe 15th century by the brickwork. Hope this helps Clive

Also known as "The White Elephant" as it only works about one day in ten :-)

Also known as "The White Elephant" as it only works about one day in ten.

Now closed and sold off. ;-(

Hi Rod - could I use this pic of South Elmham St Michael in an article I'm writing for Suffolk & Norfolk Life about Suffolk's thankful villages please? If you have a higher res image perhaps you could e-mail this to littleval@talktalk.net - I'll arrange for a picture credit in the mag - thanks - Steve Roberts

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