Honington Bridge, a Post Medieval stone bridge probably associated with the building of Honnington Hall. It has five segmental arched bays, moulded parapets, and ornamental balls. It crosses the Stour 500m south east of the Hall.
1 A very attractive stone bridge with five arches having a total span of 23.6m.
2 ‘Of a pleasing design’ with a parapet wall having piers between the arches surmounted by ball ornaments. It would appear to be contemporary with the Hall and therefore is of late 17th century or early 18th century date.
4 Built c1685. Has five segmental arched bays with moulded parapets. Each parapet has pilasters in pairs with ball heads surmounting them. There are 22 ball heads in all.
8 At the time of the site visit major restoration work was being carried out.