CENTENIARY FOR COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVE at St.Martin's Church
Stubton's only Commonwealth War Grave
Captain Sir Ralph Sacheverel Wilmot, 6th Baronet, serving with the Coldstream Guards, died on 14th January 1918, aged 43
The SKDC online magazine 'Village Update' is now on this Website
Take a look...to the right
The PHOTO GALLERY is looking for some recent pictures of Stubton scenes.
Take a look on the Photo Gallery Page...to the left
If you do have any new or interesting photos of Stubton; email them to Martin at: Stubton@me.com
Now you'll know the Flag Days at Stubton!
A Placque has been attached to the Village Flagpole, and will show the reason for the Flag flying on that day.
The pictures above were captured on Commonwealth Day, 14th March 2016, celebrated annually on the second Monday in March.
(click on a Picture above to view all our STUBTON FLAG DATES)
The Stubton Neighbourhood Plan
Have a read of the Plan (by clicking on the picture below, to open the document)
Click on the above photo to download the document (Approx 5Mb in pdf form)
News and Articles
Liz Ashmole's visit to Stubton Village in June 2012, who's parents first met while stationed in Stubton during world War Two.
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