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Privacy Policy

Bildeston Parish Council is committed to keeping your personal data safe and secure and we will not keep your information for longer than necessary. We comply with the General Data…



Village magazine The Bildeston Bugle is a free village magazine delivered each month to Bildeston residents and local businesses. You can access online versions of the magazine from this…


The old village school and its site

The village school and its site Until the middle years of the 19th century, opportunities to receive schooling were socially restricted. Prior to that time, Bildeston’s wealthier citizens would…


Chamberlin Hall

Chamberlin Hall Chamberlin Hall is Bildeston’s community village hall, hosting regular events for the local community. This large, modern facility offers the perfect space for meetings, community groups, events…


Parish Council

Bildeston Parish Council The Parish Council is made up of nine elected members who volunteer their time for the good of the community without receiving payment for their services….



History In the fields surrounding the village of Bildeston, a small number of Stone-Age flint tools have been found that show early hunter-gatherers came through this part of the…


Accessibility statement

Accessibility statement for Bildeston Village website This accessibility statement applies to the website of Bildeston Village. This website is run by Bildeston Parish Council and maintained by volunteers. We…


Matting factory in High Street

Matting factory in High Street In the 19th century, new weaving industries came to this part of Suffolk including silk, horsehair and coconut fibre. They all depended upon imported…


Bildeston’s markets and fairs

Bildeston’s markets and fairs During the medieval period, markets were major places of sale and purchase. Suffolk’s two largest towns Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich held markets on most…