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Church of St Andrew
Barningham shown within Suffolk
|Population||928 (2001 census)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|EU Parliament||East of England|
Barningham is a village and civil parish in the St Edmundsbury district of Suffolk, England, about twelve miles north-east of Bury St Edmunds. According to Eilert Ekwall, the meaning of the village name is the homestead of Beorn's people. The Domesday Book records the population of Barningham in 1086 to be 36. It has a primary school, a pub called the Royal George, a shop with a post office and a church.
The pharmaceutical company Fisons, founded by James Fison in the late 18th century, began as a flour mill and bakery in the village. The building has since been developed into flats.
- Media related to Barningham, Suffolk at Wikimedia Commons
- Barningham in the Domesday Book
- United Benefice of Stanton, Hopton, Market Weston, Barningham and Coney Weston
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