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The mediaeval church of St Mary the Virgin, restored in 1832, is a grade II* listed building.
- Sweffling was previously known as 'Swiftling'
- there used to be two pubs in the village
- there used to be a village shop in the village
Village life now
The village is a hive of activity, from the parish council meetings, tennis club , CAMRA award winning pub The Sweffling White Horse and a variety of accommodation Holiday cottages and safari tents at Sweffling Hall Farm and campsite / glampsite at Alde garden behind the Village pub.
There is a great community spirit with Tennis club, village events, community meals, mobile library and month bus to one of the larger towns, . The whole village is kept up to date with the joint village news 'The Bridge' which is hand delivered monthly, and the village website.
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