From October 1935 photographed by Emeny Family Photos of Felixstowe
Sat 25th & Sun 26th 10am to 3pm Stonham Aspal Village Hall.
Rogation Sunday this year falls on the 26th, when we walk to join members of our Church Benefice for a service and tea. Meet us at 2.30pm at Broughton Hall front yard, we will walk to Stonham Parva, stopping on route to sing, beat the bounds and worship. If the walk is not suitable please come along to the service which will be around 4pm. We will then continue from there to Earl Stonham Church room for a delicious tea. As Stonham Parva Church is having repairs the service will be outside, if wet it will be held in Earl Stonham Church. The route is suitable for pushchairs and dogs, please do join us!”Read
Police are appealing for information after heating oil was stolen from a tank at a home in Stonham Aspal.
At around 5.30pm yesterday, Thursday 2nd May, a resident at the property realised that around 600ltrs of heating oil had been stolen from the tank at their home in Debenham Road.
Witnesses or anybody with any information should contact Suffolk Police by completing an online report update via the force website http://www.suffolk.police.uk/contact-us/existing-report-update quoting CAD reference 286 of 2nd May.
Alternatively, contact the police on the non-emergency telephone number 101.”Read
Sat 4th May 10am, Greenacre, Debenham Road, Stonham Aspal
On the menu: Fresh Fruit salad, Fruit Juice, Bacon, Egg, Sausage, Black pudding, Tomato, Beans, Mushrooms,Toast, Jam, Marmalade Pastries, Tea, Coffee, Herbal Teas.
Seats can be reserved on receipts of £10 Ticket money, please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org, or 01449 711393 specifying any dietary needs.
Profits from brunches at ‘Greenacre’ this year are going to the Church repair fund. Thank you to those who attended in March, this enabled me to pass on to Church £100, which is brilliant. Our next large project will be the installation of toilet facilities. We had our first meeting with the DAC (Diocesan Advisory Committee) recently, so we can now start planning a way forward. Your support in keeping this listed village building in good maintenance is appreciated enormously. Looking forward to welcoming friends old and new.
Sunday 28th April 3.30pm
Please join us as we sing prasie to God and Welcome Kit Tydeman into our Church family here in Stonham Aspal. The Church Band will lead us with some wonderful Celtic Songs, looking forward to raising the roof with our singing.