Waldringfield and District by Walter Tye

      GENERAL OUTLINE (1850-1950) IN 1850 Waldringfield was but a small insignificant village, with a few scattered houses and some seven score of inhabitants. With the exception of the old Rectory, now known as River’s Hall, and a few farm houses, the cottages generally were small, with little windows peeping out from under … Read moreWaldringfield and District by Walter Tye

The Coprolite industry on the Deben

Coprolites are essentially fossilised dung and are found in our region within the local crag and running in seams beneath it. The name is derived from the Greek words KOPROS (dung) and LITHOS (stone). Coprolites are classified as trace fossils, as opposed to body fossils, as they give evidence for the animal’s diet. Most coprolites … Read moreThe Coprolite industry on the Deben