Our lovely little village (pronounced Br-eye-set, incidentally), nestled in the heart of rural Suffolk, is complex with a long and varied history.

The Parish Church, Nunnery Mount, and a number of beamed houses can be traced back to medieval times, and the heart of the village remains centered around the tiny village green; the adjacent Victorian school now serves admirably as our Village Hall.

On the other hand, part of a front line military airfield with its own fascinating history has operated within the Parish boundary for over 60 years and has been home to the Royal Air Force, United States Air Force, and, more recently, the Army Air Corps. However, the Parish also extends well beyond the bounds of the original village and now encompasses farms and other outlying properties.

This site is updated regularly so be sure to check it out frequently


County Councillor Kay Oakes will hold a


to discuss the Quiet Lanes proposals for Offton Road and Holly Road on Wednesday 14 July 7pm at Offton Village Hall.  All welcome.

Please contact Kay by email: kay.oakes@suffolk.gov.uk or

telephone: 07702 339971 if you wish your views to be noted but cannot attend the meeting.