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Road Safety Week which  started on Monday 16 November, and runs until Sunday 22 November, is organised by the charity Brake, It aims to raise awareness of the dangers on our roads and the steps drivers can take themselves to help improve their own safety, and the safety of other road users.
During this period Suffolk Police will also be supporting the NPCC roads policing campaign. This is targeted towards vulnerable road users, including pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and horse riders. Read More

Broadband 

County Broadband, a company based in Essex, are currently trying to ascertain the level of interest in providing fibre broadband direct to the home or office in Stradbroke. Subject to demand, the company may well extend the reach of networks they are currently building in South Norfolk.  They may well have written to you already and they may also knock on your door. To find out more visit their website here. Reliable fast broadband is becoming more and more essential in our lives, so this could be very welcome news for Stradbroke.
If you have a very poor broadband connection (less than 10Mbps download or 1Mbps upload) you may well be able to get BT to remedy matters under what is known as a USO (Universal Service Obligation). This came into force in March this year and could be worth investigating. See Ofcom’s website  here

Brome Recycling Centre
Opening hours during lockdown; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10am to 1pm. Closed on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Any queries call Kev 07857 662528


Garden Plants on offer
The garden at Frythe Barn on Wilby Rd is going through something of an overhaul and we are digging up a large border and converting it to grass to make our life easier in the future. There are a large number of plants, some of which are going into pots for sale in the Spring; the rest are available for anyone who would like to collect them for bare root planting now. 
If there is sufficient interest, we will choose a couple of days to put them in boxes and on plastic sheets and leave them just inside the gate with a box for donations. At the moment, of course, we can’t allow anyone into the garden. 
All money raised will go to the Drop In Charity in Bury St. Edmunds which is run by the father of our future son in law. This centre provides meals and fresh food parcels for needy families, furniture and household items for previously homeless people who have been housed by the council and also helps to fund educational courses for young people who are keen to get qualifications to enable them to apply for work. 

Contact Carol Darling at  caroldon01@gmail.com if interested
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Classic Cinema Matinee
Learn: are pleased to announce the return of their popular Classic Cinema matinee performances this Winter.  Our first film is ‘School for Scoundrels’ the hilarious romp starring Ian Carmichael, Terry Thomas and a host of other well-known actors.  It will be shown at Stradbroke Community Centre on Wednesday, December 9th at 2.00pm and will start with a short introduction to the film.  As we are unable to offer refreshments at the end as usual, the cost will be £5.00 but you may wish to bring your own.  Masks need to be worn throughout unless you are eating or drinking.  There will be limited numbers to ensure social distancing, so please reserve your place in advance. Payment can be made on the door.
We look forward to a fun afternoon.
Contact: gillianrenniedunkerley@hotmail.com. 01379 384248 or 07730011951
 
Emma
 Jane Austen’s comedy about finding your equal and achieving your happy ending is reimagined in this delicious new film. A glittering piece about snobbery and the pain of growing up through misguided matches and romantic missteps. A snappy pace with beautiful costumes and locations provide a wonderful backcloth to excellent performances by Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Bill Nighy and Miranda Hart. Thursday 17th December in the Community Centre Tickets on sale from 1st Dec. ;https://www.stradbrokeonline.org.uk/event/cinema-emma-u/

Laxfield Christmas Market
Friday 4th December from 4pm until 8pm. Produce, Christmas goodies, crafts, jewellery, bakery, hot food and more! What better way to break out of lockdown part II?

Community Centre Extension

Public Consultation . The online survey will be open until the end of the month. If you’ve not done so already, please complete the survey, it only takes 5-10 minutes. Your opinions matter and will formulate our plans going forward. Survey Link
Roadworks

Eastlands, Stradbroke     19 November - 23 November

Woodfields Footway         19 November - 23 November

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