|Located in||Suffolk, England|
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Fressingfield is a small village in Suffolk, England, east of Diss, Norfolk. It has a population of over 900, with two shops (Fressingfield Stores and The Pottery) a medical centre and three churches, with Anglican, Baptist and Methodist congregations. Fressingfield once had five public houses. Today it has only the Swan Inn, open Tuesdays to Sundays, and The Fox and Goose restaurant, situated in what was formerly the Elizabethan Guildhall. A vineyard is also located here producing Oak Hill Wines which have received many awards. There is also a primary school situated on Stradbroke Road.