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Witnesham, Church of St Mary
Witnesham shown within Suffolk
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The village has two churches, the Baptist at the top of the village, north on Upper Road.
Witnesham Hall, (OS grid TM1750) was built in the 16th century, and is further west on the same lane.
The village amenities include a 1766 inn, The Barley Mow on Mow Hill (OS grid TM 185 503) south of Witnesham but before it is America Hill.
Its Post Office was at the bottom of the village, nearest to Ipswich, but was closed down a short while ago. Postal services are continued at the Baptist Church on a two-day basis.
A small primary school is in the village and is currently under reconstruction.
Several farms are in the area, Whitehouse Farm along Wash Lane to the east, Redhouse Farm to the South-east.
Local businesses include Fynn Valley Golf Club, a mile south, which has both 9 and 18 hole parkland golf courses, golf driving range, golf shops and restaurant, bar and conference/function rooms.
|100||Anglian Bus||Ipswich - Westerfield station - Witnesham - Harleston.||Tuesdays. One return journey.|
|116||Galloway||Ipswich - Westerfield station - Witnesham - Debenham.||Monday to Friday. One return journey.|
|118/119||Far East Travel||Ipswich - Westerfield station - Witnesham - Framlingham.||Monday to Saturday. Every Hour.|
Media related to Witnesham at Wikimedia Commons
- White, William (1855). History Gazetteer and Directory of Suffolk (2nd ed.). Sheffield: Robert Leader. pp. 257–258.
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