News

  1. Summer buses to Felixstowe

    By Mike Ager on June 25th, 2015

    Fareline's Diss-Felixstowe summer bus service is running on Mondays from from July 27 to August 31, (route 170) it leaves Redlingfield at 9.56am and returns at 5.53pm - it does not operate on Bank Holidays.Full timetable.

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  2. 'See it, Hear it, Report it' campaign

    By Suffolk Police Community Safety Unit on April 23rd, 2015

    Detectives are appealing to local communities to help them put an end to a series of 80 burglaries across Suffolk and south Norfolk by launching the 'See it, Hear it, report it' campaign. The burglaries, dating back to November 2014, have …

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  3. Race Night success

    By Janet Norman-Philips on April 13th, 2015

    Redlingfield’s recent Race Night proved a major success raising what is expected to top £800 for maintaining and improving our village facilities. The night also saw the wonderful news announced that Peter Saunders has made a £10,000 donation to …

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  4. Village celebrates at Coffee Caravan

    By Mike Ager on April 7th, 2015

    On April 1 the Coffee Caravan made its first visit of the year to Redlingfield. Villagers took the opportunity to celebrate being awarded £71,800 grant to help save their Anglo Saxon church (see separate story). A presentation was also made to Hazel …

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  5. Village celebrates church grant

    By Mike Ager on March 31st, 2015

    The small village of Redlingfield is celebrating being awarded £71,800 grant to help save their Anglo Saxon church. Redlingfield, which has less than 60 households, has big plans for such a little village. As well as saving the historic Anglo Saxon …

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  6. Redlingfield crash relatives

    By Mike Ager on March 31st, 2015

    After much fruitless research to find surviving relatives to attend the unveiling of the B-17 memorial in Redlingfield in 2010, people linked with nine of the ten brave young US airmen who lost their lives in the crash have since been in touch with …

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  7. Saving the village’s historic church

    By Janet Norman-Philips on November 29th, 2014

    I recently wrote about our plan to repair and update the Church of St Andrew in Redlingfield and expand the Doorstep Green – which alongside a larger play area would provide road access and parking for the church. Since then the project has moved …

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  8. 2016 date for superfast broadband

    By Janet Norman-Philips on November 29th, 2014

    Everyone who uses a computer in the Redlingfield knows, our broadband speed is very, very slow. Making life difficult for everybody, whether that’s running a business, studying, shopping, keeping in touch or trying to watch a film online. For the …

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  9. Mid Suffolk North Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter

    By Malcolm McKessar on November 27th, 2014

    Lock it up: A significant proportion of thefts and burglaries committed over the past month in Suffolk have been facilitated by people leaving cars, sheds, garages and houses unlocked. Please help reduce crime by making sure residents in your scheme …

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  10. Redlingfield Remembers

    By Mike Ager on November 22nd, 2014

    A small group of locals gathered with Rev Michael Womack on the morning of November 19th to commemorate the anniversary of the B-17 crash that killed ten young US airmen in Redlingfield during WW2. Beverly Abbott and Linda Woodward laid a the wreath …

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