Long Melford Tourist Attractions

Church - Holy Trinity, (the Anglican parish church)
Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9DT.
Tel: 01787 310845

Holy Trinity Church is one of the great Suffolk wool churches and was built almost entirely in the 15th century at a time of growing prosperity among the local cloth merchants. It stands on a hill at the north end of the village, at the top of the great green.

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Church Tours Church Events

Kentwell Hall
Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9BA.
Tel: 01787 310207

Kentwell Hall A beautiful, moated Tudor house set in extensive gardens and parkland. A unique, on-going restoration project and home of the world famous Tudor Time Travel and Scaresville events. Kentwell is open to visitors throughout the year, please see the Kentwell website for opening days and special events.
Kentwell is also available for hire for weddings and functions. Self catering accommodation is available on the Estate.

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Kentwell Accommodation

Long Melford Heritage Centre
Opposite The Bull Hotel in Chemist Lane (Ample Free Parking), (See The Heritage Sign Next to the Ocean Wave), Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9JG.
Tel: 01787 378084

Long Melford Heritage Centre The Heritage Centre re opens on Sunday the 2nd April 2017. Running from April to November 2017, with new displays and photographs, of our historical village.WILL BE OPEN SAT- 10-4pm, SUN-12-4pm, WED- 2 to 4pm
(Photo inset BBC TV Historian Michael Wood & Dr Carenza Lewis dig in Melford)
Look out for the Melford History Map on this website. Leaflets can be obtained from many of our village shops.
To become a volunteer please call John Nunn

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Long Melford Dig 2011- BBC Great British Story The Long Melford Heritage Centre The "Lost" Long Melford Milestone Recovery

Melford Music
3 Hasells Courtyard, Westgate Street, Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9DR.
Tel: Jane Kohler, 01787 310373

National Trust Melford Hall
Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9AA.
Tel: 01787 376395 (infoline)

For almost five centuries the picturesque turrets of Melford Hall have dominated Long Melford's village green. Devastated by fire in 1942, the house was nutured back to life by the Hyde Parker family and it remains their much-loved family home to this day. The interior decoration and furnishings chart changing tastes and fashions over the centuries, but it is the stories of family life at Melford - from visits by their relation Beatrix Potter with her menagerie of animals, through to children sliding down the grand staircase on trays - that make this house more than just bricks and mortar.

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Volunteering at Melford Hall