Sovereign state United Kingdom
Postcode district IP29
Shire county Suffolk
Post town Bury St Edmunds
EU Parliament East of England
Hart's Green is a hamlet in the civil parish of Lawshall in the Babergh district in the county of Suffolk, England. It is located between Stanningfield and Hanningfield Green and is just over a mile off the A134 between Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury. The road that serves Hart's Green is known as Donkey Lane.
Donkey Lane was known as Bury Way/Street (and also Netherhall Street) in the 1567 Lawshall Survey. On the east side of Donkey Lane, south of Makin Farm, there is a farm track which was known as The Drift Lane. On the west side of Donkey Lane there was a track known as The Kitchen Lane that led from Carpenters Cottage (previously a public house) to Lawshall Hall.
English Heritage lists three Grade II Listed buildings within the hamlet of Hart's Green:
It is not possible to provide a complete list of all the publicans (and residents) of the Swan or the verified dates when they took over or left the public house. However, with reference to the Official Census, White's Directory, Post Office Directory and other sources the following list is provided:
NB: The above property details usually represent the names and addresses that were used at the time that the buildings were listed. In some instances the name of the building may have changed over the intervening years.