Shelland is a small village, little more than a hamlet, situated in the heart of Suffolk. The village has an aproximate populus of 45 making it one of the smallest villages in Suffolk.
It's most notable feature is the church, being the only church in the UK with a regularly used barrel organ. It is also one of only five churches dedicated to King Charles the Martyr. More information about the church can be found on the church page.
The village is somewhat limited in services, it does however have a village hall and community centre which is availbale for hire. See the village hall page for more information.
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