Village Signs is a series of caches based on the ornate signs that depict the heritage, history and culture of the villages that put them up.
If anybody would like to expand the series please contact Smokeypugs here
Badingham is a civil parish in the Suffolk Coastal district of eastern England. Within the county of Suffolk. It is situated 21.8 miles (35.1 kilometres) north east of Ipswich, 35 miles away from Norwich and 13 miles away from the Coast. With the road "A1120" slicing through the middle of the parish. Badingham's name can be derived from Saxon terminology, which originated between 350AD – 1000 AD. Here part of Badingham's name has different meanings such as: "ing" = people & "ham" = village. Therefore the civil parish's name has the literal translation of: "the Bad people of the village". Badingham contains a significant number of farms, sparse amount of housing, numerous B&Bs as well as St. Johns Church.