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Christmas Lights

Have you seen our new Christmas lights around the Village of the Year sign? 

After a request from a parishioner for a Christmas tree on the Pound, the Council are trialing some festive lights, which may lead to a lit tree in future years. 

Thanks to Councillor Cochrane for organising this. 

New Councillor Fills Final Vacancy

25 September 2017

Rhodri Griffiths from Willoughby Close was co-opted as a Councillor at our last meeting.

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Hacheston Power Plant Application- Have your Say

20 September 2017

The Parish Council have been invited to respond to a new planning application for a fast response embedded power plant on land to the west of the electricity sub-station at Hacheston. This land borders Parham and some properties in the village.  

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Parham's Interregnum

11 September 2017

Following Deirdre's retirement from the Orebeck Benefice, anyone wishing to arrange a wedding, baptism or funeral in the village is asked to contact their Churchwarden initially. 

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When did you last visit Parham Airfield Museum?

7 September 2017

Why not be a tourist in your own village and spend a couple of hours looking around the Museum's new artifacts and exhibitions,  including a children's ink stamper trail, before the Museum closes for the season at the end of October?
Dog walkers are welcome to stop off for a drink and snack at the shop and water is provided for four legged-friends.
There are also several geocaches hidden within walking distance of the museum- including a new one in the museum grounds.
Open Sundays 11-5, free admission. 

Come along and support your local museum. 

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Reporting faults with pavements, roads, footpaths etc.

7 September 2017

You can report all Highways & Public Rights of Way related problems direct to Suffolk County Council via their website- www.suffolk.gov.uk.
Click on the "Report" icon, and choose the relevant category.
Then follow the instructions online to report the problem.
You should receive an email confirming receipt of your report.
Any problems deemed as causing an immediate danger to public safety should be reported to 0345 606 6171

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New Local Plan- Information Sessions

5 September 2017

Key Message from Councillor Tony Fryatt,

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Village Fete Success

5 September 2017

Despite the rain around lunch time hindering setting up, the first village fete to be held at Silverlace Farm was a huge success and was well attended by Parham residents and visitors from further afield too.

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Tour of Britain travels through Parham this week!

5 September 2017

A reminder that the Tour of Britain will be passing through Framlingham, Parham and Hacheston on Friday afternoon. 

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Change to Village Hall Bookings

9 August 2017

After many years in charge of the village hall bookings, Jackie Foster has stepped down.

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Health & Safety Near Village Ponds

16 July 2017

Having reviewed their risk assessment, the Parish Council are asking residents to remain vigilant near ponds.

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