Bredfield is a small but active village situated off the A12 about two miles north of Woodbridge, comprising some 140 dwellings and about 350 people. There is also a Community Shop (next to the Village Hall)

run by volunteers, St Andrew’s Church and Bredfield Chapel.


The Jubilee Meadow and Orchard has won many awards since it was established in 2014.


In 2014, Bredfield raised over £30,000 for the
Woolverstone Macmillan Cancer Centre at Ipswich Hospital.


The village has a good community spirit, which is evident in the variety of activities to be found in the hall from art classes and a French conversation group to Morris Dancing and Yoga which meet regularly. It is also used for weddings, christenings, funerals and parties of all shapes and sizes.


The hall has Wireless Internet Access (WiFi) and is available to all hall users. Access details can be found on the notice boards in the lobby and Field Room. Please read the full Terms & Conditions before using the WiFi.


The tourist industry is also well established in the village with yurts and self-catering accommodation all available.
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