Early notice of the next meeting to plan events to commemorate the end of the Great War.
Monday 2nd July 7.30pm Village Hall.
The first meeting was held recently and it was decided to have a Village...
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We have a piece of land in cotton on Parker’s Road, where we are starting to build up a Smallholding. We have a small selling cart outside o...
Just like to thank the dog walker for leaving the poo bag on the floor on mill hill. The idea is to pick the poo up and take the bag with you. Littering comes with a fine up to £150 so please take it ...
A quick reminder for all of you who don't get out much; the ideal opportunity for a get together is next Wednesday evening (16th May) 7.30pm at the Trowel and Hammer. Yes its the Village Hall Annual ...
Bacton & Cotton
Local History Society
East Anglia is rich in history having, at one time, been the most powerful and wealthy region in the country. The history of Suffolk and the area of our own villages provides much fascination and many stories of the past that we aim to tell to our Members and visitors.
We are a friendly, welcoming group of people who meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 7.30 pm in Bacton Village Hall. We do notmeet in the holiday months of December, July or August.
We have some of the most knowledgeable and interesting speakers to talk to us. Our monthly programme will be displayed on this web site
Membership which costs £ 5 a year to join and we charge a fee at each meeting of £ 2 to Members and £ 3 to visitors.
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Chairman: Peter Wenban (email@example.com)
Secretary: Peter Gibbs
Treasurer: Beryl Craighill
Programme Secretary: Mike Hardy