Blythburgh was once served by a variety of tradesmen and shopkeepers. These images give some idea of what has gone.
Blythburgh Mill in Dunwich Road, around 1870
Blythburgh Mill was a sorry sight by the 1930s
There was an Off License attached to Lion House
The Post Office Stores on the corner of London Road and Chapel Road
The smithy and a customer
The smithy in Priory Road
An itinerant tradesman could repair a wooden leg
You could have a knife sharpened in Church Lane
Burton's store in The Street
Burton's store was succeeded by the Hawkes
The Tea Room at 'The Studio'
There are 22 listed buildings in the parish of Blythburgh with Bulcamp and Hinton. Here are those in the centre of the village.
Holy Trinity Church, Grade I
The White Hart, Grade II*
Church Farmhouse, Church Road, Grade II
White Cottage, The Street, Grade II
The Green, Priory Road, Grade II
Forge Cottage, Priory Road, Grade II
The Priory (in 1911), Priory Road, Grade II
Hawthorn Farmhouse, Dunwich Road, Grade II
Some views of the White Hart in the early days of the motor car.