Ixworth

 
 
Fibre Broadband Ixworth

Fibre Broadband in Ixworth – Finally

We received an update from Broadband Suffolk confirming that fibre broadband is now available in Ixworth. We have upgraded a street cabinet in Stow Road Area, Ixworth (Pakenham Exchange) to give fibre broadband. This cabinet serves premises with postcodes beginning IP31 2 Please note that not all premises in the postcodes above are guaranteed to […]
 
 
A Harold Clarke delivery to the Scole Inn

Boozy Ixworth – The influence of alcohol on Ixworth

At the bottom of the High Street stands the rather imposing Cyder House with a lovely timber-framed shop frontage next to it and a run of low brick buildings along the Bury Road.  This was home to the Ixworth Cyder Factory (Cyder House was only given that name in 1958, before that it was Trayton […]
 
 
Ixworth Thorpe Village Sign Group

Ixworth Thorpe Village Sign

Last weekend saw the unveiling of the new Ixworth Thorpe village sign by a group of residents from Ixworth & Ixworth Thorpe. Many familiar faces in the photos that were sent into the website yesterday. We think the sign looks great and nice to see that the weather held off.  
 
 
St Marys Church Ixworth Tower

Symbolism on the tower of St Mary the Virgin

Many of you in the village will be very familiar with our local Anglican church – St Mary the Virgin Church, but I wonder whether you often lift your eyes above shoulder height to really take in the magnificent west tower? The tower (started about 1471) is very impressive with walls at least 6 feet […]
 
 
The Dover House Spyhole and its View

Ixworth’s World War Two Defence

This fascinating article on Ixworth’s World War Two Defences was produced by The History Group of Ixworth. To download or view the original article please click on the link to the “Ixworth’s World War Two Defence” pdf. The Commanding Officer of the Home Guard in Ixworth was Major Gilbert Kilner; as well as being the […]
 
 
Ixworth Village

Ixworth from the air

We are very fortunate to have been passed a series of photos of Ixworth from the air from local resident Steve Wilson. The photos are of Ixworth Abbey, the central area of the village, the church, the village viewed from the south, the High Street and two of the Micklesmere Reserve. One of these photos […]
 
 
Ixworth Church in the snow

Ixworth after the snow

A series of photos from around Ixworth after the recent snow fall. The blanket of snow across the village creating the perfect winter views during a morning walk.
 
 
Ixworth Village Diamond Jubilee

Ixworth Diamond Jubilee Celebrations

The largest celebration in Suffolk was held at Ixworth for the Diamond Jubilee. Residents of the village and surrounding areas ensured that the Ixworth Diamond Jubilee celebrations were second to none. All the photos on this page are from local photographer Jacqueline Williams whose work can be seen on www.thatslifepics.co.uk.  
 
 

Ixworth – A Short History

Ixworth is a village and civil parish in the Borough of St Edmundsbury in Suffolk, United Kingdom. It is situated some 6 miles (9.7 km) north-east of Bury St Edmunds, on the A143 road to Diss, and has a population of 2,177. At Ixworth three ditches outline the east and south sides and rounded south-east […]
 
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