Lawshall is a village and civil parish in Suffolk, England. Located around a mile off the A134 between Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury, it is part of Babergh district. The parish has nine settlements comprising the three main settlements of The Street, Lambs Lane and Bury Road along with the six small hamlets of Audley End, Hanningfield Green, Harrow Green, Hart's Green, Hibb's Green and Lawshall Green.
Notable buildings in the parish include All Saints Church and Lawshall Hall. In addition Coldham Hall is very close to the village and part of the grounds of the estate are located within the parish. Other important features include Frithy Wood, which is classified as Ancient Woodland and a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), and The Warbanks historical site.
Lawshall is a village in Suffolk, England
Lawshall may also refer to:
- All Saints Church, Lawshall - a church in The Street, Lawshall.
- Bury Road, Lawshall - a linear settlement in the parish of Lawshall and partly within the parish of Bradfield Combust with Stanningfield.
- Lambs Lane, Lawshall - a nuclear settlement, including The Glebe, in the parish of Lawshall.
- Lawshall Green - a hamlet in the parish of Lawshall.
- Lawshall Hall - a former manor house in The Street, Lawshall.
- The Street, Lawshall - a linear settlement, that forms the historic core, in the parish of Lawshall.