Cropmark of Stoke church Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Worked flint Bronze Age burial at Eriswell Framlingham castle from the air Pottery vessels in situ at Leiston Flint tool from Southery Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Cropmarks in Stoke-by-Nayland

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Welcome to the web-based version of the Suffolk Historic Environment Record, the definitive record of the known archaeological sites and historic buildings in the county.

Our database contains over 39,000 entries ranging from 700,000-year-old flint tools to Cold War military sites. We can truly say that our records span the full range of human history.

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Please note that the data and mapping on this website are not suitable for use in the planning process. Anyone needing HER data for this purpose should commission a full HER search by clicking here.

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