Monument record MUN 055 - Trinity Hall Farm, Moulton

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Summary

19th century farm with farmhouse, farm buildings and courtyard shaped farmyard.

Location

Grid reference Centred TL 6925 6509 (119m by 119m)
Map sheet TL66NE
Civil Parish MOULTON, FOREST HEATH, SUFFOLK

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Type and Period (4)

Full Description

2010: Historic mapping and photographic record was carried out at Trinity Hall Farm. Trinity Hall Farm as not show on the 1805 map but first appears on the 1885 county series map. At this stage the main farmhouse and courtyard shaped farmyard were present, together with a further building to the north of the courtyard and a small buidling to the south west. The 1903 county series map shows a few minor additions, principally within the courtyard, but also to the building to the north. In 1926 the northern building had a slightly smaller footprint, and there was a slight extension to the northern fa├žade of the farmhouse. In 1968-70 Trinity Hall Farm underwent some significant changes; an extension to the northern building, a large barn to the west of the northern most building, a new building to the west of the courtyard and a small extension to the west face of the farmhouse. By 2009, there is an additional building to the north west, a circular grain store, some infilling of the courtyard, a reduction in the footprint of the building to the west of the courtyard and a small extension to the farmhouse. Photographs of the buildings, external and internal, were taken across Trinity Hall Farm (S1).

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <S1> Unpublished document: Barton Willmore LLP. 2010. Historic Mapping Record and Photographic Record, Trinity Hall Farm, Moulton Paddocks, Newmarket.

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Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

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Record last edited

Apr 17 2018 3:52PM

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