COVID cases locally - July
The most recent results for positive Covid cases locally (26/06/22) are shown. The number of reported positive cases have now reached 39 and there is no sign of levelling off. This is probably attributable to either Omicron BA.4 or BA.5 variants, which are re-infecting people.
From now on, daily reporting on the PHE dashboard will cease, and updates will be once a week. Surveys... Read More »
Posted: Sun, 03 Jul 2022 11:27 by Web Editor
Suffolk Libraries is teaming up with Suffolk Bridge to offer free courses for beginners in a number of their premises including Woodbridge, Aldeburgh and Framlingham.
Anyone who wants to start learning to play the world's best card game now has a one-off chance to do so at absolutely no cost thanks to Suffolk Libraries generously providing space in their premises and a financial gift from a local bridge... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 01 Jul 2022 00:36 by News at Fram
Do you run a business in Suffolk? Suffolk Growth Partnership want your views!
To ensure the advice, support and activities provided by Suffolk local authorities focus on the needs of your business and the issues you face, the Suffolk Growth Partnership want to hear from you through their annual survey
Survey closes 30 June 2022.
Posted: Tue, 28 Jun 2022 07:00 by News at Fram
Armed Forces Day 25th June 2022. Market Hill, Framlingham.
Revered Davey conducted the blessing and there was the raising of the flag on Market Hill.
Posted: Sun, 26 Jun 2022 12:00 by News at Fram
A brilliantly gorgeous day for Suffolk Day.
Atmospherically decorated Framlingham Castle with bunting and flags.
Thank you to Mark Murphy and BBC Radio Suffolk for asking Framlingham Town Council to host the event.
Posted: Thu, 23 Jun 2022 17:54 by News at Fram
An acre of uncut grass can contain thousands of flowers and produce over a kilogram of pollen & nectar supporting several thousand bees and butterflies. 🌼🐝
Roadside Nature Reserves in Suffolk are marked with white posts indicating the direction of the protected verge.
Further details on Roadside Natures Reserves in Suffolk can be found online - https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/planning-waste-and-environment/suffolks-countryside-and-wildlife/landscape-and-wildlife/.... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 22 Jun 2022 18:09 by News at Fram
The top 25 icons of Suffolk as voted by EADT reafers.
1. Suffolk Punch
2. Framlingham Castle
3. Orwell Bridge
4. Sutton Hoo mask
5. Hay Wain by John Constable
6. House in the Clouds, Thorpeness
7. Snape Maltings
8. Abbey Gardens, Bury St Edmunds
9. Adnams beer
10. Ed Sheeran
11. Southwold lighthouse
12. Woodbridge Tide Mill
13. Beach huts on the coast
14. Sir Bobby Robson
15. Thomas Gainsborough
16. Newmarket Racecourse... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 21 Jun 2022 16:31 by News at Fram
Band cancelled for Armed Forces Day on Saturday
It is with regret that Woodbridge Excelsior Band has cancelled for Saturday. Several of their members have developed Covid and are not well enough to play.
At this short notice there is no chance of getting another band to step in particularly as band members tend to be members of other bands as well.
Therefore the event will proceed at 10am with a Blessing... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 21 Jun 2022 15:26 by News at Fram
Ringing on Suffolk Day
We would like to let you know in advance that on the 21st June there will be a team of excellent ringers in the tower of St. Michael's ringing a peal on 8 bells with a minimum of at least ca 5200 changes.
The team will start ringing at 9.30am and will be finished about 3 hours later.
We hope that you will enjoy the peal!
With kind regards,
Posted: Mon, 20 Jun 2022 14:01 by Office Assistant
Suffolk Day this coming Tuesday
A gorgeous Suffolk Punch horse will be on the castle meadow for Suffolk Day, and a huge flag will be draped from the Castle ramparts.
There are 12 entries for the Jubilee shop window competition organised by the FBA. The winner will receive a hamper provided by Majestic Hare Apothecary.
Posted: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 21:31 by News at Fram