Stradbroke has a wealth of opportunity for those looking to get out, develop skills, meet people and take part! Read The Stradbroke Monthly each month for more information from all these groups and activities. Some of them are shown below! Want to add your village organisation? Email text and photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our telephone number is 07749 445531 Need a lift to the Surgery or for an appointment at hospital? Collect a prescription? Change a light bulb? Check your smoke alarm or an odd job done? Our Volunteers will be happy to help you. There will be a mileage charge for journeys undertaken by our drivers and we will inform you of the mileage charge when you phone for assistance. We would appreciate at least 24 hours notice and will be happy to assist you.
Stradbroke Baptist Church, Laxfield Rd, Stradbroke Contact John Ling 388751 (Elder) © Copyright Adrian Cable (see photo)
All Saints Church Warden: Peter Chetwynd 01379 384069 Rev'd Susan Loxton 01379 388493
Contact Mary Ellis
Stradbroke and District Branch - Contact Michael Burton
Click on the link to view upcoming activities from the Stradbroke WI
Stradbroke Library is in the Court House on Queens Street. Click on the link fro opening times and further information.
Stradbroke Sports & Community Centre Cinema present popular films at regular intervals. Cost £5.50 adults, £3 for 16 years old and under.
A small group who meet every fortnight on a Wednesday in the Club Room of the Community Centre from 7pm - 8pm. Come along and listen, or even join in!
Not in Stradbroke, nut very close by in the beautiful village of Wingfield this rural entertainment venue is always worth checking out for an amazing array of events and gigs.
The oldest Cricket Club in Suffolk, Stradbroke Cricket Club has been running since 1743, Always happy to welcome new players and supporters!
If you are new to the village/area come and be involved with the club and the community. Through out the season we have non- league roll ups on the green on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons from 2-4 pm which is when members play against each other in friendly competition this is a great way to become involved with the game.
The tennis courts are situated behind the Community Centre and next to the Swimming Pool. There is an active club who welcome new members.
The Allotments Association efficiently run their site and a café called the Black Barn Café. Follow them on Facebook!
The Court House Café is now open on Thursdays and Saturdays 10 am until 12.30. An initial offer for £2 includes coffee or tea cake or sausage roll. Drop into the Café for some light refreshment or just a friendly chat and a look at the local paper. Free WiFi available too!