The village of Peasenhall lies at the junction of two Roman roads with a tributary of the River Yox running through the village by way of a brook with bridges across at various points.
It is situated around seven miles from Framlingham, Halesworth and Saxmundham and has a good selection of local shops and amenities as well as a primary school and a parish church, St. Michael’s dating back to the 15th Century.
It is thought the name Peasenhall was derived from ‘Pisenhalla’ – or ‘a valley where peas grow’ with a settlement in the village since Roman times. More recently, local volunteers held a number of Pea Festivals to raise money for the maintenance of the Assembly Hall.
The village is popular with visitors and there are a number of thriving holiday cottages in the area.
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