Moulton, Church of St Peter
Moulton shown within Suffolk
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The village is older than the now larger town of Newmarket and is famous for its 15th-century packhorse bridge spanning the River Kennett. The bridge is a grade II* listed structure 
Moulton also has a fine church, St. Peter's, with an early 14th-century tower topped by a gilded weather vane in the shape of a large pike by blacksmith Charles Poulter. Restored in 1851, it is a grade I listed building.
- Estimates of Total Population of Areas in Suffolk Suffolk County Council
- "Name: PACK HORSE BRIDGE OVER THE RIVER KENNET List entry Number: 1037678". English Heritage. Retrieved 20 April 2014.
- St Peter's church Retrieved 26 August 2011
- "Name: CHURCH OF ST PETER List entry Number: 1037681". English Heritage. Retrieved 20 April 2014.
Media related to Moulton, Suffolk at Wikimedia Commons
- Moulton Village Website
- History and Research Moulton Packhorse Bridge: English Heritage
- Photos of Moulton[dead link]
- Furniture Farm (Moulton sheepskin footstool crafter)
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