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If you are missing a ginger cat, please contact Jenny at Garnetts Gardens.
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Please click here to view East Suffolk Council's village profile, with interesting information and statistics about our village.
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After many years on the Parish Council, Andy Nicholson has now resigned. We would like to thank him for all his hard work and efficient leadership of our meetings.
Read more on Changes to the Parish Council
A happy New Year to all our film fans - and potential ones, we hope!
On this coming Saturday Sarah Davies will be presenting the 2018 documentary 'Maiden'. This is the story of the first all female crewed yacht to take part in the Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race in 1989. Sarah, who lives in Parham, was one of the crew on that historic voyage and will be presenting the film and talking afterwards about the experience. This is a rare opportunity to hear about a moment in sailing history from someone who was involved so do come along if you can.
As usual, the bar will be open at 7 pm and film will start at approximately 7.30. There will be ice creams and nibbles as always. Suggested donation £5.
See you (and all your sailing friends!) on Saturday.
Read more on Parham Picture Palace *Special Event*
PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD TO ANYONE WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING.
Read more on Energy Advice Cafe 22nd November 2019
An independent report has recognised the actions East Suffolk Council has taken to reduce its carbon emissions by almost 23% over the last three years.
Read more on Report recognises Council’s climate change efforts
Visitors attending Remembrance events across East Suffolk will benefit from free parking in selected council-owned car parks.
Read more on Free parking for Remembrance events
Local businesses are invited to a breakfast event taking place this month to learn more about how they can prepare for Brexit.
Read more on Navigating Brexit - an East Suffolk Perspective