Long Melford Great War Archive

LONG MELFORD GREAT WAR ARCHIVE Standing before the War Memorial in Long Melford in 2013 a question came into my mind, and it is one that I have been trying to answer since that day, which is, if this is the record of the fallen where are the names of hundreds of other men who READ MORE

A Child’s Memory Of WW2

A Child’s Memory Of WW2 by David Ford 2005 ‘Three lights and a bung’ I was born and was living in Hall Street, Long Melford when World War 2 began. At the age of five I was too young to realise the seriousness of what was going on, but certain things, which eventually turned out READ MORE

Codling’s Forge:  A Spiritual Midden Deposition

  In August of 2018 Moyse’s Hall Museum assisted in the identification of not one, but a series of finds all from the same location; a void by an Inglenook in a property known as Codling’s Forge in Long Melford. This ultimately opens up the debate as to whether the deposed discoveries are accidental consignments READ MORE