Great Waldingfield

As well as the Conservation Area there may well be other Heritage Assets around the village which may be of relevance and interest to planners.

Here are some photos of parts of the Conservation Area and possible Heritage Assets from around the village.

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  • Church

    Grade 1 Listed Church of St. Lawrence

  • Old School

    Old School Building

  • The Street

    The Street looking towards St. Lawrence Church

  • Walnut Tree Cottage

    Walnut Tree Cottage

  • Church Gate

    Church Gate (once known as High Trees), dated 1670 but possibly earlier

  • Lawrence Cottage

    Lawrence Cottage

  • The Street towards Hole Farm

    The Street towards Hole Farm

  • Crinkle Crankle Wall

    Crinkle Crankle Wall at Babergh Place Farm

  • Crinkle Crankle Wall

    Crinkle Crankle Wall at Babergh Place Farm

  • Babergh Place Farmhouse

    Babergh Place Farmhouse

  • View of Church from B1115

    View of St. Lawrence Church from the B1115 (similar to that in The Times on 22-Oct-1935)

  • Trees at B1115/The Street

    Magnificent trees at the junction of the B1115 and The Street

  • View past the church

    The Street looking past the church towards Upsher Green

  • Waldingfield Lodge

    Waldingfield Lodge

  • Magnificent Oak

    250-year-old Oak Tree on Rectory Road

  • Walnut Tree Cottage from Rectory Road

    Looking towards Walnut Tree Cottage from Rectory Road

  • Wall at Upsher Green

    Wall detail at Upsher Green

  • Willow Cottage at Upsher Green

    Willow Cottage at Upsher Green

  • Cottage at Upsher Green

    Cottage at Upsher Green

  • The church from Upsher Green

    View of the church across the fields from Upsher Green

If you have any other suggestions and/or photos of likely Heritage Assets (preferably outside the Conservation Area) please send more information to