We intend to feature on this page notices you would find on the Parish Notice Board (other than Parish Council Agendas and Minutes - which can be found on the Parish Council page), plus other important announcements.
To place an item on the Notice Board, please contact the Chair, Mark Valladares on 07912 620187, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some items can be added electronically as word or pdf files or as scanned images.
If you are, nominating yourself is easy, and forms are available from Mark Knight, our Parish Clerk, at email@example.com.
Residents are welcome to join us and raise any points of concern that they may have, and the meeting will take place at the Church Room at the end of The Lane, starting at 7.30 p.m.
A new year, and another meeting of the Parish Council. The key item of business is the adoption of the 2023/24 budget and the setting of the precept. It's been a difficult year, with inflation impacting on our costs, but we're hoping to maintain services at the current level.
Yes, it's that time again, as Parish Council meets after last week's false start.
Yes, it's time once again for local government action in our village, as Parish Council will meet at 7.30 p.m. on Monday, October 17th.
Yes, the Parish Council will be meeting next Monday, with the adoption of the new Code of Conduct for Councillors scheduled. Residents are welcome to attend, and there is a section of the agenda intended for residents to raise issues of concern.
We held the Annual Parish Meeting on Monday and, whilst it was short and sweet, it's nice to give residents an opportunity to find out what's been going on.
Lorry Watch is an initiative run by Suffolk Trading Standards which empowers residents to prevent goods vehicles from breaching weight restrictions in their community.
The ‘Lorry Watch’ scheme is intended to prevent environmental damage to some of Suffolk’s most delicate settlements and to empower residents to stop the damage HGVs can cause to their communities.
If you feel your parish is blighted by illegal or inappropriate movement of goods vehicles then consider becoming a Lorry watch Co-ordinator or Observer.
Read here for more information or contact Peter Canfer at Suffolk Trading Standards on 01473 264859 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org