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The composting plant near Silverlace Green has recently been taken over by Biogen.
We have been receiving complaints about lorries travelling at speed up Hall Hill and causing damage to the verges.
Biogen (formerly TAMAR Energy) have once again kindly donated compost for Parham residents.
Emma Cochrane recently resigned as a Councillor. Parham Parish Council would like to thank her for all her enthusiasm and work during her period in office.
Our thanks to Michael Gray for re-painting the telephone kiosk and replacing some of the glass panes.
Have you heard of The Corrance Trust? It was formed with some of the proceeds from the sale of Parham's school.
Many thanks to Michael & Alan Gray who recently carried out a litter pick in the village.
Following Parham Parish Council's AGM, we are pleased to announce that the end of year accounts and paperwork has been completed.
Many thanks to all who came to see our new sign being unveiled. We counted over 80 people which was brilliant! After the unveiling, refreshments were served by Parish Councillors in the Village Hall, with delicious cakes from Garnetts Gardens and also a photo cake of our new village sign. The event was also covered by Radio Suffolk & Nearthecoast.com