Tel box summer 2016

 

 

The rural parish of Great Hallingbury lies about three miles to the south east of Bishop’s Stortford and was, in times past, largely dependent on the town, with its road and river communications. It was a corn growing countryside, probably mostly barley, which supplied the extensive maltings of Bishop’s Stortford, Sawbridgeworth and the smaller rural ones.

 

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Upcoming event

Great Hallingbury History Society: The History of the National Trust by Veronica Bennett

Wednesday 08 March 2017

The History of the National Trust by Veronica Bennett