Kesgrave facts for kids
All Saints church, Kesgrave
|Kesgrave shown within Suffolk|
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|Dialling code||01473 / 01585 allocated but never used|
|Ambulance||East of England|
|EU Parliament||East of England|
The area was recorded as Gressgrava in the Domesday Book, by the late 15th century its name had become Kesgrave. Kesgrave remained a small agricultural settlement with just a church, inn and a few farmsteads for over 700 years. In 1921 the population was only 103 housed in 20 dwellings. Since then great changes have taken place.
By 1988 Kesgrave covered an area of more than 800 acres (320 ha; 1.3 sq mi). Kesgrave parish council officially adopted the title of a town in January 2000.
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