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.
The stradbroke.org.uk independent website is here for villagers and organisations to share information about their interests, fundraising events, etc... The site also works really hard to bring visitors and villagers the latest news and information of interest to locals near and far! Join today!
the Invicta Hall, Stradbroke before the fun begins…"
The Stradbroke Village Digital Archive, launching on the 15th and 16th November at The Court House, Stradbroke between 10am and 2pm on both days.
You’ll be amazed at what you might uncover.
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September 2014 Visits to stradbroke.org.uk
2896 visits ( 8330 pages viewed)
Visits so far in 2014 - 21,638 (80,699 pages viewed)
Visits in 2013 - 14,644 (62,500 pages viewed)
Visits since 2005 (when we…Continue
Stradbroke Parish Council's website has published details of the proposal to build 52 houses on the Grove Farm site. As that site doesn't allow comment or discussion we have reproduced the plans here so a wider audience can see them. This website isn't taking any kind of position for or against the development but we are happy to provide a space for free discussion so please add your comments below and share the plans with others!
There is a chance to see these plans and speak to Durrants (who are working for the landowners) in the Community Centre on 11th November between 3pm and 5pm and again between 6pm and 7.30pm.
Site Plan (click on the plan to see in full size):
It's important to be clear that plans…Continue
Stradbroke has a post office again today after the post office re-opened in Stradbroke Library at 2.30pm this afternoon.
As well as buying stamps and being able to post letters and parcels the post office also offers banking services letting most personal customers withdraw and deposit cash free of charge. Customers can also get Euros and Dollars on demand and order other foreign currency.
The library has also opened today following work to install the post office with a refreshed book stock and a larger selection of children's books.
Our Library Manager Maureen John is now in charge of both the post office and the library which will open for the same hours for the first three months as the library previously did. A review and consultation on opening times will be held after this point.
Stradbroke library is believed to be the first…Continue