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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Your Parish Council needs you.

There is a vacancy for a Councillor on the Parish Council. It is hope to fill this position by way of co-options at the 3rd September meeting of the Parish Council. Anyone who is interested in doing this should contact myself as Parish Clerk by 31st August with short details of their background and any skills/ specialities you feel you could bring to the Council.


For more details contact the Parish Clerk; tatt.pc@gmail.com

Tel:01473 327865 or 07798 752147

Not just a sad old telephone box

June 16, 2020

You may have noticed that the disused BT telephone box near Tattingstone White Horse has had a makeover in the last few weeks with a new coat of bright red paint and newly re-glazed glass panels. Find out more


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