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Ye Olde Cherry Tree Public House

Ye Olde Cherry Tree is Little Oakley's only pub. It is renowned for serving a selection of real ale and great food. It has a warm and friendly atmosphere and everybody is made welcome. There is a beer garden at the rear of the pub and a car park to the side.

 

St Michaels Church Ramsey with Little Oakley

St.Michael's Church stands at the top of Church Hill opposite the entrance to Mayes Lane. This church serves the communities of both Ramsey and Little Oakley. Everybody is made welcome. For a list of Church Services, please follow the link: Harwich Peninsula Churches

 

 

 

Two Village School

 

 

September 2005 saw the opening of the new Two Village school that is sited in Mayes Lane. The new school spans the Parish boundary of Little Oakley and neighbouring Ramsey and offers vastly improved facilities over the two older schools that it replaced 

 

 War Memorial

The war memorial was originally situated at St.Mary's church. The church held a dedication service for the erection of the war memorial on the 21st March 1920.
When the church became a residential property, the war memorial was relocated at the Methodist church. When the Methodist Church closed, another location had to be found for the war memorial. It was moved once again in 2004 and was in place at the front of Little Oakley Memorial Club in time for the remembrance service of that year.
In 2012, the War Memorial was relocated again to the greensward opposite. This made it possible to have a new base made for it to stand on.