Peasenhall :: Shared Description

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Peasenhall is a village and civil parish in the East Suffolk district, in the English county of Suffolk. The population of the civil parish at the 2011 Census was 517. It lies on the A1120 tourist route; neighbouring villages include Sibton and Badingham. It was the location of the Peasenhall Murder.
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TM3569 : Four Crossways Victorian Postbox by Geographer
TM3569 : View to Peasenhall by Geographer
TM3568 : Grove House on Rendham Road by Geographer
TM3569 : A1120 Badingham Road, Peasenhall by Geographer
TM3569 : Houses on Mill Hill by Geographer
TM3569 : A1120 The Street, Peasenhall by Geographer
TM3569 : Peasenhall Cemetery by Geographer
TM3569 : Peasenhall Bowling Green by Geographer
TM3570 : Hubbard's Hill, Peasenhall by Geographer
TM3569 : Wash Lane, Sibton by Geographer
TM3468 : Newly dug drainage ditch by Geographer
TM3569 : Lovers Lane Footpath to Pouy Street by Geographer
TM3470 : Footpath Diversion to Heveningham Long Lane & Mill Road by Geographer
TM3569 : Mill Hill, Peasenhall by Geographer
TM3568 : Footpath to the A1120 Hackney Road by Geographer
TM3569 : Peasenhall Telephone Exchange by Geographer
TM3569 : Church Street, Peasenhall by Geographer
TM3570 : Footpath to Hubbard's Hill by Geographer
TM3468 : Footpath to Elder Hall and Bruisyard Road by Geographer
TM3569 : Peasenhall Village Name sign by Geographer
TM3570 : Peasenhall & Sibton Playing Field by Geographer
TM3570 : Footpath to Dunwich Lane by Geographer
TM3569 : Track back to the A1120 Hackney Road by Geographer
TM3569 : Plaque on the Peasenhall Almshouses by Geographer
TM3569 : The Mounts, Peasenhall by Geographer

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Created: Thu, 27 Feb 2014, Updated: Wed, 21 Nov 2018

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