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Village news ...

Neighbourhood Plan
Update: January 2023
Our Neighbourhood Plan has now passed the Independent Examination stage.  You can see a copy of the Independent Examiner's report here. The Independent Examiner was very positive about the Plan.  She recommended some modifications which we are in the process of incorporating into the Plan, after which it will be published on this website. 
Babergh have now issued a Regulation 18 Decision Statement on the Plan.  You can see it here.
We have agreed to hold the Referendum after the May local elections and further information will be posted on this website, and throughout the village, when we have a date.   
At the formal consultation (Regulation 16) phase the only substantial response received was from Anglian Water and you can see that and our response to their suggestions on Babergh's website here. That website also has all the most up date information and documents relating to our Plan.


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Alton Water planning application to enable

year-round opening of the camp site has been refused by Babergh. For more details click here.


Want to get in touch with the Working Group?email:

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Next Parish Council Meeting
Monday 11th April 19:30 at Village Hall
Government rules have relaxed and we now have resumed meetings at the Community Hall
Hope to see you there!!

01473 328133

Opening hours

9-4 Mon-Friday

9-12 on Saturdays

9-11 on Sundays

Order and delivery system for anyone who cannot get down to the shop: order in the morning on weekdays for delivery after 3pm that afternoon. We regret that we cannot take orders on Saturday/Sunday or Bank Holidays.


Card payments preferred (no minimum spend) though we will take cash.

Come and enjoy our delicious cakes and sandwiches in our small cafe.


01473 327753

Our next Meet Up Monday is on Monday 6th February 10.30 - 12 in the Community Hall.  Let us know if you need a lift.  We look forward to seeing you for coffee/tea, cake and chat!

Requests for a lift, particularly to hospital and doctor appointments, have started to increase and we continue to do our best to respond to these.  If you need a prescription picking up from the surgery, or some shopping delivered, just give us a ring. Or if you would just appreciate a friendly voice at the end of a phone we’re here to chat.

Stutton Community Association Events
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Stutton Film Nights 
Our next film will be shown on Friday 17 February. The film starts at 7.30. There will be an Intermission. when refreshments will be available. Tickets on sale from Stutton Community Shop or on the door

Where the Crawdads Sing
Abandoned by her family, Kya Clark, otherwise known to the townspeople of Barkley Cove as the Marsh Girl, is mysterious and wild. "Where the Crawdads Sing" is a coming-of-age story of a young girl raised by the marshlands of the south in the 1950s. When the town hotshot is found dead, and inexplicably linked to Kya, the Marsh Girl is the prime suspect in his murder case.

Other news ...


Both the Shop and the Network always welcome new volunteers.  Do ring either number to get in touch and find out more.

Recycle right!

Babergh and Mid Suffolk are helping us ensure we recycle as much as possible, click HERE for more details.

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Need help?

Stutton Support Network -  01473 327753

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