The main feature of the village, as your drive through on the A134, is the Village Green. The Green is unusual in that it accommodates 8 of the 18 holes of the Newton Green Golf Club and on a bright day there can be few more picturesque views than can be seen from one of the many benches on the Green or from the beer garden at the Saracen's Head.
The Green also accommodates the Grade II listed War Memorial which was built by public subscription to remember the 21 villagers lost in the First and Second World Wars.
Amongst the many attractions that the village has, it is worth pointing out the:
14th Century All Saints Church at the end of Church Road
Village Hall east of the Village Green
Jubilee Gardens, by the Village Hall, which was created to celebrate the Queen's
Playing fields behind the Village Hall which also accommodates the childrens playground
Five ponds that surround the Village Green and 7 Public Footpaths
Saracen’s HeadPublic House / Restaurant west of the Village Green.
The nearest shops and post offices are located in nearby Great Waldingfield (2 miles)
or Boxford (3 miles) whilst Sudbury town centre (3 miles) has excellent facilities
serving most requirements and the rail link to London.
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