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URGENT- Bin collection Changes

5 March 2018

There will be no blue bin and brown bin refuse collection on Tuesday 6th March.  Can residents please put their black bins out tomorrow? 
The blue bin and brown bin will be collected next Tuesday – if they don’t round to it, it’ll be the following day (Wednesday). 
Any over flow is to be placed in a black bin liner and placed next to the blue or brown bin respectively. 
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26 February 2018

The next Parish Council meeting will now be held on Tuesday 20th March at 7.15pm. 

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Biscuit Wrappers for Clean Water

16 February 2018

Framlingham Library is now a MacVitie's/Terracycle collection point.

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Consultation on Air Quality in our Area

1 February 2018

We would like to offer you the chance to view and comment on Suffolk Coastal’s Annual Status Report (ASR) for the District 2017, recently approved by the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

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Brown Bins- Important Changes

1 February 2018

Please see the information below from SCDC re changes to brown bin recycling taking effect from May 2018. 

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Latest Greenprint Forum E-News

31 January 2018

Please find below the latest Greenprint E-News, including lots of local eco-initiatives, events and advice. 

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Avian Flu

31 January 2018

Please read the following information from DEFRA;

From 18 January 2018, an Avian Influenza Prevention Zone applies to everyone who keeps poultry or captive birds in England. If you keep poultry or birds, you must follow our detailed requirements on strict biosecurity, whether you have commercial flocks or just a few birds in a backyard flock.

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East Suffolk District Council- Your Opinion is Needed

23 January 2018

Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils have been working in partnership since 2008, enabling the Councils to save over £18m in that time. In January 2017 the Councils agreed to create a new single ‘super district’ Council serving the residents and communities of east Suffolk, from Lowestoft in the north to Felixstowe in the south.

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New Priest for Orebeck Benefice

4 January 2018

We have just heard that Rev Canon Graham Hedger has accepted his offer to become the priest in charge of the Orebeck benefice.

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