• Update on Road Closure


    Fressingfield Medical Centre have been advised that the planned road closure will now start one week later on Monday 16th August. The road will be closed between 8.30am and 5pm each day to ensure that we can carry out our works safely.

    For the duration of the road closure, traffic will be diverted via New Street, Top Road, B1118, Battersea Hill, Rattlerow Hill, Stradbroke Road and ...

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  • Road Closure affecting Fressingfield Surgery


    Suffolk County Council are planning to carry out drainage investigations along C508 New Street, Fressingfield (from Priory Road to Harleston Hill). The works are programmed to take place from 9 August to 1 September 2021. The road will be closed between 8.30am and 5pm each day to ensure that we can carry out our works safely.

    For the duration of the road closure, traffic will be ...

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  • Missing Cat


    We have just moved into the village and our Brown/Ginger Tabby with Green Eyes has gone missing from Bramble Lodge, Wilby Road, Stradbroke.

    Please check outbuildings and call Len on 07722 247034 or Silvia on 07899005947 

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  • Cream Teas


    The Allotment Association are organising cream teas up at the black barn on Sunday 2nd May from 2pm to 4pm. Do come come along, have a great tea and maybe pick up some gardening tips. 

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  • Usable Glasses Can Make a Difference


    Lions and Leos are an organisation that help to conserve sight by providing usable eyeglasses to children and adults throughout the world. If you have any pairs of spectacles or sunglasses which you no longer use then why not drop them into one of the collection boxes  and make a difference to someone’s view of the world.

    Boxes available in ...
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  • Housing Needs Survey


    The Community land Trust are carrying out a short survey to identify the type of housing that will be needed in Stradbroke in the next 10 years. The short questionnaire can be found here

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  • Latest Rainfall data


    The first 2 months of 2021 saw above average rainfall as we probably all new. If we follow a similar pattern to last year then maybe we will be in for some dry weather when we’re allowed out again! You can download the Read more

  • Waveny Food Bank Appeal


    We have received an urgent request for donations to the Brome food bank. Spare a thought for the needy in these troubled times. The food bank needs items with good shelf life, such as cereals, tinned vegetables, long life milk etc. Items of desperate need are long life ...

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  • Update on Community Centre Extension


    Many thanks to everyone who responded to the community engagement exercise and completed the online survey or attended either of the 2 open days. The was overwhelming support (95%) for the idea and over two thirds favoured the 2 storey option. ...

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  • 2020 the wettest year for a long time


    Roy Lee’s rainfall figures for December 2020 have just been published. Nearly 1 metre (994mm to be precise) of rain fell during 2020 making it the wettest year since Roy began keeping records in 1998 – 23 years ago! You can view the figures Read more