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Little Cornard

 

Little Cornard

Coordinates: 52°01′05″N 0°46′08″E / 52.018°N 0.769°E / 52.018; 0.769

Little Cornard

All Saints Church
Suffolk
Population 305 (2001)
Civil parish Little Cornard
District Babergh
Shire county Suffolk
Region East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town SUDBURY
Postcode district CO10
Dialling code 01787
Police Suffolk
Fire Suffolk
Ambulance East of England
EU Parliament East of England
List of places
UK
England
Suffolk

Little Cornard is a village and civil parish in Suffolk, England. Located around 0.5 miles (0.8 km) from its larger sibling, Great Cornard, on the B1057 road between Sudbury and Colchester, it is part of Babergh district, and has a population of 305.[1] The parish also includes the hamlet of Workhouse Green.

The parish's eastern boundary is the River Stour (also Suffolk's border with Essex). The parish is also home to the Cornard Mere Site of Special Scientific Interest, and the Appletree Wood and Mumford Wood wildlife sites.

Hymn tune

The village also gives its name to a hymn tune by Martin Shaw, sung to the words Hills of the North Rejoice.

Train accident

On 17 August 2010, several people were injured, four seriously, when a train collided with a sewage truck in the village. The two-carriage passenger train collided with the truck at around 17:35 BST.[2]

References

External links

  • Little Cornard Vision of Britain
  • All Saints' Church Suffolk Churches
  • Little Cornard Workhouse (Workhouse Green)
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