Welcome to the on-line home of the village of Denham, in the beautiful north of Suffolk. We are a small village, surrounded by farms and close to the town of Eye and the Waveney Valley.
Denham sits amid a historic landscape of World War II airfields. Immediately to the east is the site of RAF Horham airfield (so large that it straddled Denham, Horham and Hoxne parishes), used by the USAAF 95th Bomb Group from 1943 to 1945. Adjacent to Redlingfield Wood in Denham parish is the site of the airfield hospital which has been restored as a museum and a memorial those who served with the 95th in WW2.
The Officer's Club at Horham airfield (the 'Red Feather Club', also within Denham parish) has been preserved and like the hospital is occasionally open over summer months. Rumour has it that Glenn Miller, the American Big 'swing' Band leader visited the old Green Man public house in Denham around the time he and his band played at Horham air base on September 10th 1944.
If you would like to join a secure email list so that we can kep you up to date with events in the village, just contact the Parish Council Clerk, Rod Caird, on this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Your address will not be disclosed to any third party, and you can be removed from the list at any time on your request. We also have a Denham Facebook page, just search for Denham Parish Council and follow for updates and events.