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ERISWELL is a village and civil parish of Forest Heath
Forest Heath
in the English county of Suffolk
Suffolk
. About forty scattered Archaeological finds have been made here, including Bronze Age
Bronze Age
battle axes , palstaves and rapiers . The greater part of these objects have been entrusted to the Moyse's Hall Museum in Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds
while other items are in the University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge
Cambridge
. Eriswell
Eriswell
is home of the re-formed Eriswell
Eriswell
Village Football Club who play in the heart of the village on the public playing field. nicknamed 'The Stags' or 'The Well' Eriswell
Eriswell
Village FC currently plays in the 4th Division of the Plastic Trade Frames Bury and District Sunday League. Eriswell's primary sponsor is The EUROGROUP International Movers who helped provide new kit for the 16/17 season. Eriswell
Eriswell
currently play in Red/Blue with their away kit paying homage to the original team sporting their old home colours of black and green. They have an amazing striker call Anthony Reeve who boasts a record of one in one. They call him the David Nugent of Suffolk. Anthony Reeve is an avid bird spotter, and can regularly be found walking his cat around the village whilst smoking his trademark cigar. Eriswell
Eriswell
also hold the title of having the best smelling home ground, and the world record for the wonkiest goalposts in non league football. Referee legend, George Byrne, once commented " Eriswell
Eriswell
is simply the best small village, non league, grass pitch team I have ever seen play in Eriswell".

Rumour has it that former ITFC cult hero; Ivan Campo will be joining the coaching staff for the forthcoming season

SEE ALSO

* East Cambridgeshire
East Cambridgeshire
(Archaeology)

REFERENCES

* ^ "Civil Parish population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 20 August 2016. * ^ Hall, David (1994). Fenland survey : an essay in landscape and persistence. London: English Heritage. pp. 81–88. ISBN 1-85074-477-7 .

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