The village of Fressingfield lies some 12 miles to the east of Diss in Suffolk, England. Fressingfield has good connections with Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft at the east coast thanks to the A-143 road and a link with Norwich thanks to the A-140.
The village has a population of around 1,000 people and boasts a fine Elizabethan Guildhall, now a restaurant, and a vineyard producing award-winning wines. The village lies on the ancient pilgrimage route to Bury St Edmunds and as such as a long tradition of welcoming visitors that dates back to the days of the Saxons. However, an even older road of Roman origin passes for some 15 miles between Pulham St Mary and Peasenhall through the parish of Fressingfield.
Due to its importance for as a stop-over point for pilgrims en route to Bury St Edmunds, Fressingfield has no fewer than three fine churches. The impressive St Peter and St Paul dates back to medieval times and boasts a ring of eight bells. The village was mainly constructed from the early 14th to the late 15th century.
Wine-growing is something the ancient Romans are said to have introduced into Britain and today there are many places in the UK where successful and award-winning white wines are being produced. Crisp and surprisingly fruity, they can hold their own when compared to the wines produced on mainland Europe. Looking after a vineyard is no easy task, as vines have a habit of attracting any passing bug, soil pest and environmental problem that is going. Many vineyards, to generate an additional income, open for wine tours and invite visitors to tastings in their wine cellars or wine bar style establishments.
If you slipped and fell in a dark and chilly wine cellar, where a broken bottle was left unattended on the floor and nobody bothered to erect a warning sign, you could claim compensation for the injuries you suffered, provided your accident happened within the last 3 years. Arrange for an initial consultation with an accident solicitor in Fressingfield or telephone Accident Advice Helpline’s Freephone numbers on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993.
Do you qualify making an injury claim with an accident solicitor in Fressingfield?
Simply visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website. Their handy 30-second test tells you straight away if you qualify for making an injury claim – you will only be asked 4 simple questions. A compensation calculator will then estimate how much money you might receive if an accident solicitor in Fressingfield or other specialist wins your claim.
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Date Published: 8th August 2013