temporarily closed premises
Population (2011) of Troston: 952.
Local licensing authority for Troston is St Edmundsbury.
A small village gathered around a crossroads and recorded in Domesday as "Trostuna". The area has been settled for about 4000 years as evidenced from the Bronze age tumuli. The Hall was once the home of the Lofft family. Capel Lofft campaigned with Wilberforce to end the slave trade, but ended his life bankrupt and had to live in one of the estate workers cottages.
Regular pub nights are held at the village social club as a replacement for the Bull.
(1861 census information from Malcolm Fairley)