The tiny hamlet of Herringswell is situated in an environmentally
sensitive area in West Suffolk
The Parish covers over 2,000 acres and has been known
as many different names through the ages, these include: Hadrinwell, Haryngwelle, Herenswell, Herkingswell,
Herningawalla, Herynggeswell and Hyringwella.
Herringswell has seen human habitation since the very earliest of
Stone Age times when the climate and woodland had a
similarity to that of today with birch, pine and spruce with
areas of open grassland.
NEXT PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
2nd June 2019 7.00 pm
at The Village Hall, Herringswell
This is the link to the Domesday Book entry.