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Stowupland Local History Group
Welcome to our past and SLHG's future, please bear with us as we transfer our paper documents to digital. We hope you will read and enjoy but whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of our words and images we all know the truth can depend on your viewpoint.
Work and Commerce –including the post, pubs, shops, crafts, trades, malting, milling, farm practices and other services.
Our history is strongly linked with our surrounding villages and Stowmarket. Our boundaries have changed by political and ecclesiastical dictates. Our Uplands and the river valley were once known as Thornei. The River Gipping became our western boundary and in recent times more of her historic lands have become part of Stowmarket. We asked ourselves where to draw the line of our historical interest?
We are indebted to local residents, both past and present, for their contributions to our archives through which we have learnt much of our past from before Domesday to our recent past.
Material from our website is to be used solely for the purposes of personal research and may not be reproduced as part of any ‘for profit’ enterprise unless specific permission has been asked and received. If sharing please cite ‘Stowupland Local History Group’ as your source. It is the reader’s responsibility to verify factual details but please let us know of any errors you come across.