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Bucklesham Bucklesham is a village and civil parish in the Suffolk Coastal district of Suffolk, England, a few miles east of Ipswich.
Bucklesham The village has a school, a church, a village hall (shared with the neighbouring Foxhall), houses and the pub. A small cottage – Shell Cottage – near St Mary's church was the old school, and the names of the children can still be found written on the walls. The newer school has 15 students per year group, and about 100 students in all.
Bucklesham The village pub is The Shannon, named after Admiral Brooke's ship.The village gave its name to HMS "Bucklesham", a Ham-class minesweeper.
Bucklesham The village playing field is used by the children and the football team. The field has swings and an obstacle course.
HMS Bucklesham (M2614) Their names were all chosen from villages ending in "-ham". The minesweeper was named after Bucklesham in Suffolk.
HMS Bucklesham (M2614) HMS "Bucklesham" was one of 93 ships of the of inshore minesweepers.
Foxhall, Suffolk Foxhall is commonly thought of as a village because of its history and because many relatively modern houses have been built along the part of Bucklesham Road that lies in the parish. However, it is just an area with a few houses bearing the name 'Foxhall'.
Ipswich To the east of the town is Trinity Park near Bucklesham the home of the annual Suffolk Show, a typical county show. The 'Trinity' is the name given to the three animals native to the county of Suffolk, namely Red Poll cattle, the powerful Suffolk Punch horse and the black faced Suffolk sheep.
Nacton Nacton is a civil parish in the Suffolk Coastal region of Suffolk, England, taking its name from the village within it. The parish is bounded by the neighbouring parishes of Levington to the east and Bucklesham in the north. It is located between the towns of Ipswich and Felixstowe.
Roy Southwell Born in Sudbury on 3 December 1914, he was educated at Sudbury Grammar School and King's College London. After curacies in Wigan and Kennington he held incumbencies at Ixworth (1948), Bury St Edmunds (1951) and Bucklesham (1956) before becoming the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich’s Director of Education, a post he held from 1959 to 1967. He was Vicar of Hendon from then until his Archdeacon’s appointment.