Hunston Parish Annual General Meeting
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The requirement to hold Annual Parish Meetings has been shelved by Government, in view of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Parishioners will be advised as soon as it becomes possible to hold an AGM safely.
In the ,mean time, please feel free to contact Tony Dartnell or Liffy Reeves if you would like to discuss any pressing matter.
Hunston is a small Suffolk hamlet and civil parish set in a conservation area of Mid-Suffolk, nearly 9 miles east of the centre of Bury St Edmunds.
It is set in flattish farmland which is mostly arable. Hunston (called Hunterstuna in 1096) has a name that goes back a thousand years to the sound of the chase and galloping horses.
'Huns' is a much abused, much contracted version of the original hunteres - ie hunter. 'Ton' means 'a settlement' and so it was from here that our ancestors went out into the marshes and woods in search of rabbit, deer, foxes, beavers, bears, wolves and boar.