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Posted by A View from the Gallery on March 29, 2015 at 12:41 1 Comment

Well, very little to talk about from this meeting. Nothing about the Co-op, nothing much about Grove Farm, nothing about websites other than the councils continuing confusion on whether there is an official website or not. Does anyone care? In truth it was hard to stay awake. Does anyone want to wash and paint the village sign? - *silence* -. The usual colourful councillors – weren’t. Interests were declared and if I am pushed to find a highlight then maybe a suggestion that Stradbroke should have 3 new notice boards s p r e a d throughout the village along with the already agreed new replacement PC notice board at the church was raised. I think I have that right but in truth it was a bit difficult to stay focused – there is just so much one can say about such an idea.  Anyway probably the polite bon-ami and warmth displayed by councillors may have something to do with item 15.10 on the agenda: Elections.

Please, oh please let there be an election. There are 13 councillors…

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Why not stand for election to the Parish Council?

Posted by Parish Council Watch on March 22, 2015 at 21:00 0 Comments

All thirteen seats on Stradbroke Parish Council are up for re-election on Thursday 7th May 2015 in a contest that looks set to be much more interesting than the General Election to be held on the same day! Unlike most years it seems almost certain there will actually need to be a parish council election this year so why not consider standing yourself?

If you live or work in Stradbroke, are 18 or over and are on the Electoral Register you should be eligible to stand, you can check the eligibility guide to be sure.

To stand for election is simple. You just need to fill in a form, get a proposer and seconder who are Stradbroke residents aged 18 or older on the electoral register to sign and ensure it is handed in to the District Council by the closing date…

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"See the school as it is now and share memories of the past"

Posted by Stradbroke Primary School on March 21, 2015 at 17:00 1 Comment

We would like to invite as many past and present staff, children and governors to the school for our open 150th birthday celebration on Wednesday 8th July 2015 from 3.30pm to 6.30pm.

This will be an opportunity to see the school as it is now and share memories of the past. As part of the event we will bury a time capsule in the school grounds.

The Village Police Cell Book

Posted by Stradbroke Village Archive on March 14, 2015 at 1:12 0 Comments

Further pages of the village police cell book are now available to view on:

http://www.stradbrokearchive.org.uk/

The cell book recorded the prisoner, alleged crime committed and punishment received along with the police officer responsible for the arrest.

The cell book is now deposited with the Suffolk Records Office and is subject to the 100 year rule. It was started in 1886 and ends during the 1970s. SARA has now made available to view years 1886 to 1901 inclusive. 

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