A picturesque village in East Suffolk
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Earlier this year, the Suffolk Waste Partnership - which comprises Suffolk County Council and the district and borough councils - took the difficult decision to remove cartons and Tetra-paks from the list of materials that could be placed in household recycling bins. New industry regulations require cartons to be sorted separately from cardboard and it has been decided this is not a viable option.
Parham Village Hall Management Committee would like to thank everyone who helped with the fete and those that came along on Saturday 7th September and helped raise money for the village's charity, The Parham Hut is entrusted with the care of the village hall for the benefit of our community.
Are you worried about speeding in the village? Do you have a few hours a month where you can actively help monitor and reduce speeding?
A new social prescribing initiative that has been helping to improve the health and wellbeing of Ipswich residents is to be rolled out across East Suffolk during September and October.
Tonight's Planning Meeting was cancelled as it was inquorate, as was our July meeting. To carry out Council meetings and make decisions the Parish Council requires 3 Councillors. This can be difficult over the summer months with work commitments and holidays.
A MESSAGE FROM WOODBRIDGE TOWN COUNCIL
Work to get Framlingham connected starts, as the historic and picturesque town has been chosen to pilot a hi-tech new scheme to help people access the internet and make use of digital technology.
East Suffolk Council has voted unanimously to step up its positive work on environmental issues to help fight climate change.
Pilates classes are now being ran in our village hall on Tuesday evenings from 6-7pm. Contact Kat on 07804 909 083 for more information.