All about Long Stratton
Long Stratton is home to approx. 4000 people. The statistics further confirm that Long Stratton is used as a commuter village, with the average employed person travelling 17.25 miles to their place of work.
Long Stratton is part of the electoral ward of Stratton. This ward had a population of 5,519 at the 2011 census
The village accommodates three schools first known as: Manor Field First School, St. Mary's Middle School, and Long Stratton High School. However, in September 2006, 'Manor Field First school' became 'Manor Field Infant school' and 'St. Mary's middle school' became 'St. Mary's church of England junior school'.
Shopping facilities are located along the main street which runs through the village (part of the A140 road), as well as in two small shopping centres (South Norfolk Shopping Precinct and The Icehouse Precinct – so called because it was built adjacent to the Victorian icehouse belonging to Long Stratton Manor). A coop supermarket is located in the centre of the village. In August 2015, a Subway sandwich shop opened inside the supermarket.
There are also two public houses (The Queen's Head and The Swan).
In terms of public transport, numerous operators run bus services between the village and the city of Norwich.
The village has also seen the creation of two new housing estates for the new millennium, increasing the village population and size.