The Info List - Mid Suffolk

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Coordinates: 52°09′22″N 1°02′56″E / 52.1560°N 1.0489°E / 52.1560; 1.0489

Mid Suffolk

Non-metropolitan district

Mid Suffolk
shown within Suffolk
and England

Sovereign state United Kingdom

Constituent country England

Region East of England

Non-metropolitan county Suffolk

Status Non-metropolitan district

Admin HQ Ipswich

Incorporated 1 April 1974


 • Type Non-metropolitan district
Non-metropolitan district

 • Body Mid Suffolk
District Council

 • Leadership Leader & Cabinet (Conservative)

 • MPs Dan Poulter David Ruffley


 • Total 336.3 sq mi (871.1 km2)

Area rank 40th (of 326)

Population (mid-2016 est.)

 • Total 100,000

 • Rank 238th (of 326)

 • Density 300/sq mi (110/km2)

 • Ethnicity 99.0% White

Time zone GMT (UTC0)

 • Summer (DST) BST (UTC+1)

ONS code 42UE (ONS) E07000203 (GSS)

OS grid reference TM0853555286

Website www.MidSuffolk.gov.uk

Mid Suffolk
is a local government district in Suffolk, England. Its council was based in Needham Market
Needham Market
until late 2017, and are currently sharing offices with the Suffolk
County Council at their headquarters in Ipswich.[1][2] The largest town of Mid Suffolk
is Stowmarket. The population of the District taken at the 2011 Census was 96,731.[3] The district was formed on 1 April 1974 by the merger of the Borough of Eye, Stowmarket
urban district, Gipping
Rural District, Hartismere Rural District and Thedwastre Rural District. Communities[edit] The district has the most parishes in Suffolk, with a total of 123 parishes and towns.

Akenham Ashbocking Ashfield cum Thorpe Aspall Athelington Bacton Badley Badwell Ash Barham Barking Battisford Baylham Bedfield Bedingfield Beyton Botesdale Braiseworth Bramford Brome and Oakley Brundish Burgate Buxhall Claydon Coddenham Combs Cotton Creeting St Mary Creeting St Peter Crowfield Darmsden Debenham Denham Drinkstone Elmswell Eye Felsham Finningham Flowton Framsden Fressingfield Gedding Gipping Gislingham Gosbeck Great Ashfield Great Blakenham Great Bricett Great Finborough Harleston Haughley Helmingham Hemingstone Henley Hessett Hinderclay Horham Hoxne Hunston Kenton Langham Laxfield Little Blakenham Little Finborough Mellis Mendham Mendlesham Metfield Mickfield Monk Soham Needham Market Nettlestead Norton Occold Offton Old Newton with Dagworth Onehouse Palgrave Pettaugh Rattlesden Redgrave Redlingfield Rickinghall Inferior Rickinghall Superior Ringshall Rishangles Shelland Somersham Southolt Stoke Ash Stonham Aspal Stonham Earl Stonham Parva Stowlangtoft Stowmarket Stowupland Stradbroke Stuston Syleham Tannington Thorndon Thornham Magna Thornham Parva Thrandeston Thurston Thwaite Tostock Walsham-le-Willows Wattisfield Westhorpe Wetherden Wetheringsett-cum-Brockford Weybread Whitton Wickham Skeith Wilby Willisham Wingfield Winston Woolpit Worlingworth Wortham Wyverstone Yaxley


^ "Contact Us » Babergh
Mid Suffolk". www.midsuffolk.gov.uk.  ^ Geater, Paul. " Babergh
and Mid Suffolk
councils set to move to Ipswich
in September". Ipswich
Star.  ^ "District population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Archived from the original on 12 October 2016. Retrieved 15 August 2016. 

External links[edit]

Mid Suffolk
District Council Table of wards that comprise Mid Suffolk
and the parishes that this 2001 law defines as constituting each of those wards

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Ceremonial county of Suffolk

Boroughs or districts

Babergh Forest Heath Ipswich Mid Suffolk St Edmundsbury Suffolk
Coastal Waveney

Major settlements

Aldeburgh Beccles Brandon Bungay Bury St Edmunds Carlton Colville Clare Eye Felixstowe Framlingham Hadleigh Halesworth Haverhill Ipswich Kesgrave Leiston Lowestoft Mildenhall Needham Market Newmarket Orford Saxmundham Southwold Stowmarket Sudbury Woodbridge See also: List of civil parishes in Suffolk


Flag Parliamentary constituencies Places Places of interest Population of major settlements SSSIs Country houses Grade I listed buildings Grade II* listed buildings History Lord Lieutenants High Sheriffs Schools Museums Windmills

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Districts of the East of England


Bedford Central Bedfordshire Luton


Cambridge East Cambridgeshire Fenland Huntingdonshire Peterborough South Cambridgeshire


Basildon Braintree Brentwood Castle Point Chelmsford Colchester Epping Forest Harlow Maldon Rochford Southend-on-Sea Tendring Thurrock Uttlesford


Broxbourne Dacorum East Hertfordshire Hertsmere North Hertfordshire St Albans Stevenage Three Rivers Watford Welwyn Hatfield


Breckland Broadland Great Yarmouth King's Lynn and West Norfolk North Norfolk Norwich South Norfolk


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