History - Sotterley Parish and Village
SOTTERLEY PARISH & VILLAGE, in eastern Suffolk Co., England; it is four and one half miles south of Beccles; comprising 1597 acres; a population of 120 in 1998; Ecclesiastical District 412, near the village east is Sotterley Hall. The Playter Brasses are the most remarkable here, six are to be found in the Sanctuary. Colors hanging in the nave are those of the Third Guards, ca. 1825.
You can view an interactive map of Sotterley, Suffolk and navigate as you desire.
Sotterley is part of the Waveney District. The Waveney District Council provides area information.
Southwold is nearby Sotterley. The Tourism, Business, and Leisure Guide contains local information.
Photographs of Sotterley. David Satterlee, Jr. provided this collection of photographs of Sotterley taken in August 2002.
Trivia: In The meaning of Liff, by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd, the following definition appears:
Uncovered bit between two shops with awnings, which you have to cross when it's raining.