It has long been known that a particular frame of the footage taken by the Mars Lander many years ago, showed an unaccountable blur as though something had moved at high speed in front of the lens. The speed was such that the blur lasted for only a single frame and scientists dismissed "frame 1078" (as it became known) as a trick of the light.
Stradbroke Local History Group claims to have always known the truth - but they have not been able to get… Continue
Added by SASA on March 29, 2009 at 1:00 —
Following the earlier reported criticism from NASA over the use of cardboard as heat shield material for re entry protection; Stradbroke Parish Council reacted angrily today, claiming that NASA were frightened of ceding their pre eminent position in space exploration to a small Suffolk village.
The Parish Council who claim to lead the official village space program issued a statement to the waiting press and TV cameras "We know we speak for the… Continue
Added by SASA on March 29, 2009 at 0:30 —
Stradbroke fails to put man in space
Stradbroke manned space attempt fails to take off.
"A brave try but ultimately flawed" said NASA "the use of cardboard as a heat shield for re entry is not something we would recommend"
The Stradbroke Mission Control team in their HQ at Pre School watched the launch shortly after 13.00 hours Greenwich Mean Time. In atrocious weather conditions of freezing temperatures and snow… Continue
Added by SASA on March 28, 2009 at 23:30 —
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Added by The Stradbroke Monthly on March 27, 2009 at 22:00 —
Dear Parents and Carers,
There seems to be a lot to inform you about this month, hence the second newsletter in March.
Snape Maltings Celebration of Schools’ Music – I am sure that all the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters of the Class 4 children who performed at Snape last Friday felt so proud watching them on the world famous stage. Their interpretation of A Midsummer Nights Dream was incredible. The children all looked so smart in their Music Makers T-shirts… Continue
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If you want to add your Twitter, facebook or other status updates to your own page then do this:
1. Go to "My Page" and just under your photo click "Add Applications"
2. In the search box type "Status" and hit the return key
3. Click on "Add to My Page" and confirm the pop-up "Add Application"
4. At the top of your page you should now have a "Status" section
5. Click on "View Application"
6. Click on "Settings" at the top right… Continue
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Added by Radio Stradbroke on March 22, 2009 at 9:00 —
The Radio Stradbroke radio streams have been re-developed to use Flash player rather than the original Real Audio software. This has several advantages:
- Almost all users already have Flash installed
- The sound quality is better
- The sound remains "insync"
- The stream can also be played on the built-in website Music Player
- Real Player is becoming less common and widespread particularly as the BBC move away from it… Continue
Added by Radio Stradbroke on March 22, 2009 at 8:00 —
My final newsletter for a while- with a few pieces of news to update you about.
The Outdoor Infant Play Area
We had a few teething problems with this which you might have noticed! When the resurfacing was laid it was too high and subsequently the doors in the spare classroom could not open fully! This problem has now been sorted out and we can now exit the classroom. Parents collecting children attending the Premier Sport football club on Thursdays… Continue
Added by Stradbroke Primary School on March 1, 2009 at 22:00 —
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I start with a piece of sad news; you may have noticed that another of the willow trees at the front of the school playground has had to be removed. Thank you to all of you in the village who alerted me to the fact that the tree was infected with “honey fungus”. Although not poisonous unless eaten in large quantities, the tree had died and did need to be removed- sad news as the willow tree is our school emblem. On a happier note the children recently had a visit from Dr. Ken, a very talented… Continue
Added by Stradbroke Primary School on November 29, 2008 at 15:29 —
Added by The Stradbroke Monthly on November 16, 2008 at 18:13 —
Lots of thanks to be given in this news letter, which just goes to show how many lovely things have been happening at Stradbroke Primary over the first half of the Autumn term! Welcome back and I hope everyone had a good half term break.
It was good to see all parents who were able to attend and thank you for sending in fruit and vegetables. It was an enjoyable service and a pleasant occasion for parents and pupils to share.
Added by Stradbroke Primary School on November 15, 2008 at 20:00 —
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Added by Webmaster on November 15, 2008 at 15:00 —
On remembrance sunday Stradbroke residents gathered to remember all those killed in war from the village.
Derek Routen has submitted photos
The Diss Express have also taken some photos and you can see the Diss Express Sideshow
Added by Webmaster on November 13, 2008 at 14:12 —
We're testing a new version of the Stradbroke website!
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