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Neighbourhood Plan Meeting on "future of Stradbroke"

Posted on January 13, 2015 at 12:30 1 Comment

NOTE: this event was advertised in the Stradbroke Monthly on 14th but the date has been changed. Text below is from the organisers

"A series of informal discussions (focus groups) on the main challenges facing our village were held during December. These were led by an Independent Market Research professional, David Spenser, and…

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This Months Welcome Mat!

Posted on January 3, 2015 at 22:00 0 Comments

December 2014 Visits to stradbroke.org.uk

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Clear message to co-op on traffic at consultation meeting

Posted on December 1, 2014 at 22:00 2 Comments

Stradbroke Community Centre was packed tonight for a consultation meeting on the proposed co-op store. The meeting was shown plans for the proposed store that you can see below and then the floor was open for questions. There was a clear consensus from residents that traffic on Queen Street is a huge problem. One…

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Neighbourhood Plan Meeting on "future of Stradbroke"

NOTE: this event was advertised in the Stradbroke Monthly on 14th but the date has been changed. Text below is from the organisers"A series of informal discussions (focus groups) on the main challenges facing our village were held during December. These were led by an Independent Market Research professional, David Spenser, and build on all the comments made at the first public meeting…See More
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December 2014 Visits to stradbroke.org.uk2,772 visits (8,181 pages viewed)Visits in 2014 - 31,696 (114,978 pages viewed)Visits in 2013 - 14,644 (62,500 pages viewed)Visits since 2005 (when we started measuring visits!) - 117,821 (565,810 pages viewed)59,083 separate visitors have seen stradbroke.org.uk since 1st January…See More
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At 13:08 on November 15, 2008, Marty Norris said…
Can't cope with page change
At 12:00 on March 29, 2009, Marie Coleman said…
Thank you for your welcome, Webmaster.
I have visited Stradbroke a few times and looked around the church.
Good Luck with the new website.
Marie
At 14:32 on April 4, 2009, Stradbroke Cricket Club said…
What's your email - or just email thru fb? R
At 19:51 on April 11, 2009, Richard Pierce said…
Thanks. Will try. R
At 6:32 on May 22, 2009, Linda May Rumble said…
Thank you for your welcome comment... did you see the twelve photographs and text I added when I first saw the page change? I have not got any more, other than ones provided by other members which are on my website... I thought I would let them add their own images to their new pages.
I have not yet visited Stradbroke, but hope to come along to one of your future Beer Festivals, as my husband Al & I are members of CAMRA.
By the way, I put in some on line requests for music which I have not yet paid for... last time I received an email after the event with details of how I could pay by Bank Transfer... perhaps Marty will read this and it will remind him to email the bill to me.
Looking forward to meeting more 'cousins' on your website - I think it is uniquely fabulous!
At 12:30 on May 22, 2009, Marie Coleman said…
Hallo Webmaster, Estelle Sosa left a comment on my profile . How do I access this(her comment). I can't seem to find my way round on here.
I have ancestors going back to the 1500's in Stradbroke... hence my interest in the village.
Marie
At 16:03 on May 23, 2009, Kenneth James Cole said…
Many thanks for the helpful , understandable and detailed description of the situation.
Far less jargon/better than my son manages.

regards
Ken
At 11:25 on July 22, 2009, Susan Cross said…
Many thanks for your reply regarding our property search. We use Rightmove and many other property search engines, but thought 'word of mouth' might help and perhaps save on estate agents fees!! ~Thank you again and very impressed with your web site.
At 11:25 on July 22, 2009, Susan Cross said…
Many thanks for your reply regarding our property search. We use Rightmove and many other property search engines, but thought 'word of mouth' might help and perhaps save on estate agents fees!! ~Thank you again and very impressed with your web site. Sue Cross
At 19:26 on November 15, 2009, Margaret Streeter said…
Many thanks for the wonderful publicity for the Horham Fireworks, we had lots of people come all the way from Stradbroke.
If anyone is missing two brown hens they are enjoying life in the Rectory Chicken Shed. Margaret Streeter

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