walsham-le-willows-logoThe thriving Suffolk village of Walsham le Willows has a rich history as chronicled in the extensive quarterly reviews written and published by the history group.

The village has numerous clubs and groups and a roster of annual events, which include the very successful and popular Walsham Open Gardens Weekend on the Sunday and Monday of the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Check out the events diary and the news blog for more information.


Events Diary – Corruption

Sadly the Events Diary on the site has been corrupted during an update.  Apologies for any inconvenience whilst the webmaster works on getting it restored – fingers crossed!

Roadworks – November 2018

From https://roadworks.org _______________________________________ Wattisfield Road, Walsham Le Willows, Suffolk 20 November — 20 November Delays likely Traffic control (convoy working) Works location: WATTISFEILD ROAD, JUNCT THE STREET, WALSHAM LE WILLOW, BURY SAINT EDMUNDS… Works description: accessing BT chamber to cable duct, no excavation and to complete termination of cable inside cabine… Responsibility for works: Openreach …

Walsham-le-Willows Annual Art Group Exhibition – 2019

Dates this year are Saturday 24th, Sunday 25th, Monday 26th November, 2018 from 10am to 6pm daily. Admission is free. This exhibition of 12 local artists’ work is held each year in The Priory Room (beside the church, The Causeway, Walsham-le-Willows  IP31 3AB) where each artist will be showing their latest work in a variety …


walsham le willows word cloud logo for neighbourhood planFind out more about the growing group of people who have come together to work on a Neighbourhood Plan for the village.

Please get in touch if you would like to get involved to contribute your ideas and to influence the development decisions for future generations in Walsham le Willows.



Find out more about the work of the Parish Council  which is a tier of government as defined in law. Its representatives are elected by public vote and they have particular statutory responsibilities and duties.


Find out more about the lively Community Council which is a voluntary organisation and a registered charity established for the benefit of the community at large with its membership comprising all residents of the parish.  The Community Council manages the Memorial Hall.