Moulton is situated near the border between Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, about three and a half miles east of Newmarket and eleven miles west of Bury St. Edmunds. The River Kennet flows through the village where it is spanned by a fine ‘packhorse' bridge dating from the 15th century. Moulton Suffolk village history
Read Moulton News pdf here.
Welcome pack here
Walking in Moulton, find out more HERE
These services will change/commence throughout April 2013.
Downloadable PDF timetables for these services can be found on our website by clicking on the appropriate month at http://www.suffolkonboard.com/timetables-and-leaflets/passenger-transport-service-changes or by contacting us on 0845 606 6171. Please note that these pages are frequently being updated to include new timetables and service change summaries so we would advise that you check this page regularly.
A car parked at the Village Hall on or around the 22nd October was broken into and a handbag stolen. Fortunately the thief was captured on CCTV at the Village Hall and Police are in the process of identifying the thief. Please make sure that wherever you park you don't leave valuables in your car but if you do have to, place them out of sight in the boot of the car.
At the Parish Council Meeting on the 29th October a number of volunteers agreed to be trained to use a speed camera to deter speeding cars through the village. We will be working with Worlington and Freckenham in the scheme. If you are interested or for more details please contact Lisa Rampling on email@example.com or 01638 552631.
For more information on any of the following go to the Events Page
Despite the excellent presentation submitted by Jill Goodwin and Bev Culloden unfortunately Moulton was not successful if winning the Suffolk Village of the Year competition. Moulton was awarded the 2012 Open Space Award, and the certificate and prize money were presented at a ceremony attended by Bill and Lisa Rampling, Douglas James, Bev Culloden and Jill Goodwin.
Throughout each week the village hall is packed with lots of different clubs and activities taking place. To keep up to date with what’s happening, look on the Village Hall page.