Chelmondiston & Pin Mill

Pin Mill is a small riverside hamlet at
the end of a lane half a mile from the village of
Chelmondiston. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural
Beauty, it is a Conservation area popular with both
birdwatchers and artists. Rumoured to have once been
a smugglers haven, it offers beautiful walks and
outstanding scenery and was the home of children’s
author Arthur Ransome.

The name of the pub, the Butt
& Oyster, commemorates the oyster fisheries originally
a major export from the river Orwell. Pin Mill sailing
club hosts the annual Barge Match, one of the toughest
barge matches due to the narrow channel of the River

Chelmondiston offers a post office, general
store and a pub named The Red Lion, as well as a war
memorial with the names of the local soldiers who past
away in the first and second world war.

Ipswich is 6 miles away from the area, providing regular
connections to London Liverpool Street.

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