Fornham All Saints

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Population (2011) of Fornham All Saints: 1160.

Local licensing authority for Fornham All Saints is West Suffolk.

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About Fornham All Saints

The village sign depicts a helmet and crossed swords, commemorating two battles that took place here. In about 902, King Edward fought off a cousin to retain the English crown. In 1173 Henry II defeated the Earl of Leicester and a Flemish army. Today the historic village is somewhat more peaceful. It appears on John Speed's 1610 map as "Fernham omnium Sanctorum".

There's evidence of a small prehistoric or Roman settlement near Pigeon Lane, with as many as four hut circles.


Some historical information from English Heritage's National Monuments Record.