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Debenham

October 6th, 2010 by
Categories: Suffolk Towns A-Z

Thriving community nestled in the heart of Suffolk. It has a long history dating back to its first settlement by the Angles in 550 AD. Close to the source of the River Deben and appears to derive its name from Old English words meaning the village in a deep valley.

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