Tuddenham St Martin

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Tuddenham St. Martin
Tuddenham St. Martin is located in Suffolk
Tuddenham St. Martin
Tuddenham St. Martin
Tuddenham St. Martin shown within Suffolk
Population 353 (2011)[1]
Shire county
Region
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Ipswich
Postcode district IP6
EU Parliament East of England
List of places
UK
England
Suffolk
52°05′28″N 1°11′53″E / 52.091°N 1.198°E / 52.091; 1.198Coordinates: 52°05′28″N 1°11′53″E / 52.091°N 1.198°E / 52.091; 1.198
Village Sign
Centre of Village & Sign in Snow

Tuddenham or Tuddenham St. Martin is a small village within the Suffolk countryside, lying just outside Ipswich, on the River Fynn. The village contains "The Fountain" restaurant as well as the church of St Martin in which lies the final resting place of artist Carl Giles and his wife Joan.

The village has its own magazine called The Tuddenham Tattler.

The social calendar includes "The Tuddenham TADPOLE's (Tuddenham Amateur Dramatic People Of Little Experience) Pantomime", the Village Féte, the Safari Supper and several Parish Picnics.

It was a part of the old Hundreds of Suffolk of Carlford (hundred).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Parish population 2011". Retrieved 18 September 2015. 
  2. ^ White, William (1855). History Gazetteer and Directory of Suffolk (2nd ed.). Sheffield: Robert Leader. pp. 256–257. 

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