Badwell Ash has a rich archaeological heritage from palaeolithic flint tools to Roman, Anglo Saxon and Medieval remains and much more.

Discover more about our earlier history from the archaeology of the area, much of it only recently discovered.

The History Society will be adding archaeological reports relating to Badwell Ash to our website, many of which have been commissioned as a result of development within the village.

There is also a very comprehensive archaeological resource for Suffolk, The Suffolk Heritage Explorer which can be found at

Details of all the “finds” discovered in Badwell Ash and elsewhere in Suffolk can be found using the interactive map at

Archaeology Articles

Land off Westley Way : The Excavation Examination and Conservation of a Wooden Trough

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