There is access to broadcast media; both B.B.C. and I.B.A. Television and Radio are available, carrying both National and Regional programmes. Licensed by the I.B.A., Radio Orwell provides a Local Radio facility. All National newspapers are available. Local newspapers are available; The East Anglian Daily Times* and Evening Star. A weekly newspaper is available without charge, its revenue being a product of advertising; The Mercury. Information of local interest may also be obtained from the following sources: The Deben Journal, The Grundisburgh News, Church Newsletter, Village Notice Board, Shop Notices/Bills, Circulars, Grapevine! * Microfilm copies at Suffolk County Archives.
Pictures from this D-block
Written accounts from this D-block
- Introduction To Grundisburgh
- Grundisburgh Life And Style
- Grundisburgh Local History
- Grundisburgh Arts And Crafts
- Recreation In Grundisburgh
- Religion In Grundisburgh
- Grundisburghs Soc. Concerns
- Trade In Grundisburgh
- Transport In Grundisburgh
- Grundisburghs Soc. Concerns2011
Map of the area
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