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Barnham is a conservation village in Suffolk, close to the border with Norfolk. It stands about nine miles north of the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds, the largest town in the borough. There are approxiamately 470 names on the Electoral Roll.
Church - St Gregory's Church is part of the community and is involved with all who live in the village and beyond. Rev'd Sue Nutt, tel. 01842 890409 lives in the village. Visit the Blackbourne Team website: www.blackbourneteam.btck.co.uk or click here to visit the St. Gregory's Barnham Facebook page.
School - Barnham CEVC Primary School is small school in the beautiful rural village of Barnham and is now a full Primary school. The school aims to create a school full of learning, adventure and discovery in which children feel safe and secure. It offers high quality teaching that embraces the school values and strives for excellence. It aims for all the children at Barnham CEVCP to develop a love of learning, build individual strengths and talents to become confident and independent citizens. The school works closely with the local community to enhance both community life and the children's learning experiences. "Our aim is for our school to become a place where we can all develop; both spiritually and morally, in turn becoming better prepared for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life". Click here to email the school. Tel: 01842 890253. Click here to visit their website.
Bottles and clothing/shoes can be recycled at the Village Hall car park.
There is a defibrillator at the Village Hall.