The pretty village of Tattingstone, Suffolk, sits some 6 miles south of Ipswich. It was split into two halves in the 1970s when the valley was flooded to make a 400-acre reservoir. There are three settlement areas. The main settlement includes St Mary's church, Tattingstone Park and a former workhouse which was used as a church hospital, this has now been redeveloped and is called Chedworth Place. Tattingstone Heath is a ribbon development, and the rest of the parish is linked by Lemons Hill bridge over the western end of Alton reservoir.

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OneLife Suffolk - We're open

May 18, 2020

We remain open during the Covid-19 outbreak as we have made provision for all our staff to be able to work safely.



24 April 2020 - A Very Significant Birthday

April 23, 2020

Exactly 100 years ago Tattingstone village hall opened its doors for the first time. Sadly we can’t celebrate it in the way that it deserves yet but at least by sharing this with you, you will think back to fond memories of happy times there and look forward to a better time when we will all be safely together again. Read more...

2020 Coronavirus Tattingstone – A Moment in Time

April 24, 2020

Living in the present Covid19 pandemic will put us more than ever into the history books. This is in fact an important time for the Village Recorder’s role, and if you would like to put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard then please send your comments to Jane Kirk - Tattingstone Village Recorder. Read more

James Cartlidge MP Covid-19 Announcement

April 17, 2020

Help from your MP during the Covid-19 outbreak.

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Important Information: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

April 19, 2020

St Mary's Church - COVID-19 Announcement

March 19, 2020

Sadly, all Church services are cancelled until further notice as a result of the Coronavirus. Please watch the Church notice board and Facebook page for up to date information. The Church will currently remain open in the day for personal prayer throughout this emergency, but please ensure that you wash your hands thoroughly before entering and after leaving the Church. PLEASE NOTE: There are no washing facilities in the Church. Please do not enter the Church if you are unwell or have been in close contact with someone who has been unwell recently, in order to prevent spread of infection to others. Please feel free to take a pew sheet or service sheet home with you for personal use (dont bring it back!) 

Simon Harley Church Warden  01473 327531  tattwarden@btinternet.com

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