Kettleburgh is here:
On the banks of the River Deben, Kettleburgh is a village of just over one hundred dwellings.
Please Note that due to the current Coronavirus lockdown situation Kettleburgh Village Hall and The Chequers Inn are closed although the village hall is planned to reopen for general bookings from the 21st June 2021 (subject to Government guidelines).
The Kettleburgh Man depicted on the village sign, surveying the fields and with axe in hand, is believed to be of Norse origin.
St Andrew's Church is picturesquely situated at the North of the village.
The Chequers Inn can be found on the Brandeston to Easton Road, with a garden that extends to the river.
There are two open spaces:
The Village Pound, of ancient origin, is a tranquil tree filled area close to the river. You can reach the Pound from Mill Lane and from the footpath which leads away from the pub garden at the bottom of the Chequers car park.
The Village Green, created in 2005, lies in the centre of the village and can be reached from the footpath opposite the Village Hall and from Church Road. It is managed by the Kettleburgh Green Trust.
The Village Hall is situated in The Street and provides a meeting place and venue for all kinds of events.
Kettleburgh is within easy reach of both Framlingham and Wickham Market. The nearest rail service is from Wickham Market station, which is actually situated in Campsea Ashe. There is a bus service between Ipswich and Framlingham. Suffolk County Council have created a map of all bus and rail services within the county.