Little Glemham is a rural village with a population of about 190 and is situated near the coast of Suffolk, 16 miles North of the county town of Ipswich. See our Contact Us page for map.
Nearby places of interest include the market town of Woodbridge, noted for its Tide Mill and the Sutton Hoo archaeological site, and Snape Maltings, home of the Aldeburgh Festival. See our About Us page for more info and links.
We have many fine listed buildings, including a 19th century school house, the Grade 1 St. Andrew’s Church and the Grade 1 Glemham Hall, once the home of Sir Thomas Glemham. Sadly, the school has long since closed and is now a private house and we no longer have any shops or a Post Office, either.
We are however fortunate in having a flourishing local pub, The Lion Inn, a fine listed building in the centre of the village.
Of course, like any small town or village, Little Glemham has problems to deal with, some small, some large. Some of those can be found in our Village Issues pages.
On the plus side, many social events are well supported. Many events are held in the grounds of Glemham Hall throughout the year.
This site is listed in the British Towns and Villages Encyclopaedia of Great Britain and we can be found in the entry for Little Glemham