Nestled in the folds of the West Suffolk hills, Moulton is a charming village, that pre-dates the Doomsday book of 1086 and is older than Newmarket. The ancient Icknield Way (B1506) forms the northern parish boundary and also the county boundary with Cambridgeshire.
Why not read more about the Moulton's fasinating History or the stunning St Peter's Church?
As well as a long and established past, modern day Moulton is a vibrant village with modern facilities such as the excellent Primary School and new village hall which was opened on the 4th September 2010.
The award winning Store and Post Office offers daily newspapers, fresh bakery and dairy produce, local greengrocery items, hot tea and coffee, freshly filled rolls as well as stocking general store items and also acts as the hub of the community as well as attracting visitors from far and wide.
The Post Office serves the community with all postal items, pensions, a cash machine, personal banking and a host of other post office facilities.
The Packhorse Inn, an award winning pub which opened its doors in November 2013, offers a modern bar and restaurant serving superb food and snacks, it also offers bed and breakfast and boasts 5 stars with the AA, and 3 Rosettes for Culinary Excellence.
The village is kept up-to-date via Moulton Matters the village newsletter, published quarterly, providing information about events, clubs, and local businesses.
The village also has a Facebook page where the latset village news will be found. There's also a superb Youtube video in the Gallery.
The Moulton Millennium Club, working with the Village hall and St Peter's church committees, is usually the organising body behind these events.
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