A working rural community set amidst quiet rolling countryside yet within 45 minutes of Norwich, Ipswich and the beautiful Suffolk coast. Elegant old buildings, a magnificent church and plenty of footpaths.
Stradbroke is a thriving village.
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I would like to just say a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone that came along and supported my event the ‘Mike Readman Memorial’ we held a charity match on the 30th August and then a raffle disco night on 13th September altogether we have raised £1402.50 (including gift aid) which is more than my target of £700.
This money is going to be split between my two charities which are ‘Marie Curie Nurses’ and ‘Cancer Research’.
I would like to say a big thank you also to my team mates from both teams Stradbroke and Laxfield it was a brilliant match on the day!!
Also to Don for being manager for the game and barman on the night, Chris Brown for being the referee and to Dave who done the disco for us for free, and also our very own Auctioneer Nigel Brown.
I am very proud of everything which has been achieved with this event as Mike Readman meant a lot to me and I was honoured to of known such a kind…Continue
Following extensive refurbishment The Court House was officially opened today during an opening ceremony. Bob Kerr and Ann Readman cut the ribbon to open the building in memory of Annie Kerr and Mike Readman.
The Stradbroke Court House and Library Trust (SCALT) now run the building and have a long lease from Suffolk County Council.
At the official opening a presentation was given showing the journey from 2011 to today in…Continue
The meeting is planned for 7.30pm on Monday 1st December 2014
Concerns were expressed about road safety when the plans were first revealed as the site is opposite the primary school on a busy stretch of road.Continue
The launch weekend has seen an amazing level of interest in the history of our village.
The Stradbroke Records and Archive Association who run the site tell us that so far over the weekend the Archive has had 135 separate users who have looked at 5,444 pages between them!
That's pretty impressive!
So the big question is... tell us, what did you discover? Find? Detect? Unearth? Learn?…Continue