Place:Moulton, Suffolk, England


Located inSuffolk, England
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Moulton is a Forest Heath, Suffolk, England village which pre-dates the 1086 Domesday book and, in 2005, had a population of 1090.[1]

The village is older than the now larger town of Newmarket and is famous for its 15th-century packhorse bridge spanning the River Kennett. The bridge is a grade II* listed structure

Moulton also has a fine church, St. Peter's, with an early 14th-century tower topped by a gilded weather vane in the shape of a large pike by blacksmith Charles Poulter. Restored in 1851, it is a grade I listed building.

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