Street meet in Framlingham
Your Community Engagement officer (CEO) PC Simon Green will be holding a street meet with the mobile police station in the market place in Framlingham on Friday 7th October between 10am & 12pm.
PC Green will be joined by East Suffolk Council's Communities Officer, Joss Mullett, who will be raising awareness of anti-social behaviour and how to report it.
PC Green will be... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 06 Oct 2022 12:55 by News at Fram
Roadshow will provide advice on rising cost of living
Over the coming weeks, East Suffolk Council are holding a series of events across the district to help provide advice to people who might be struggling with the rising cost of living, or have concerns about their finances over the coming months. The financial roadshow is offering free professional advice to residents on dealing with rising fuel costs,... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 05 Oct 2022 14:23 by News at Fram
Message from Framlingham Medical Practice
We have been advised that the healthcare system across Suffolk and North East Essex is suffering badly with staff sickness as a result of COVID circulating again in our community.
Please try and protect yourselves by wearing masks in public if possible. This is not mandated, but we need your help to protect the health service from a rise in demand on health services,... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 04 Oct 2022 09:33 by News at Fram
Removal of the old Oil Tank on Danforth - Good News
This is one of those rare occasions these days where a big multi-national, Shell UK, has accepted responsibility for their legacy - the old oil tank sitting as a heap on Danforth road - and they actively did something about it. What was rarer still was that the communication and approach by all three companies was exceptional, and the care and attention... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 04 Oct 2022 08:52 by News at Fram
Greener Fram would like to thank everyone who has supported their community garden this summer especially to Framlingham Town Council & Framlingham College for all their support. They easily surpassed their target of 1/2 a ton of ￼produce given back to the town of Framlingham.
What a great achievement.
Posted: Sun, 02 Oct 2022 19:19 by News at Fram
Noise of Art and Framlingham Town Council Eco Light Art Event for Bonfire Weekend
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Friday 4th November at Framlingham Castle
Music: Ben Osborne, Loula Yorke and guests
Visual Artists: Jim Horsfield, Your Mum, Janice Oliver, Prick Image
Early Evening Show: 5.30pm (gates open 5.00pm)
Late Evening Show: 8.00pm (gates open 7.30pm)
Tickets From: £3 to £12 (under... Read More »
Posted: Sat, 01 Oct 2022 23:48 by News at Fram
A number of GFT Bootcampers are taking part in the virtual London Marathon this Sunday. They will be running/walking around Framlingham to raise money for VICTA. A charity for Visually Impaired Children, Teenages and Adults.
The 26.2mile route is 5 laps of a 8.5km loop. It has been chosen so it will take in as many of the Bootcampers houses as possible.
They will be wearing a VICTA... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 28 Sep 2022 13:10 by News at Fram
"Then & Now" Framlingham Calendar 2023 - £5
The new Framlingham calendar has a nostalgic 'Then and Now' theme with a selection of 12 old photos of the town set alongside 12 more recent photos of the same view. Very interesting comparisons between the two.
Framlingham Christmas Card £1.50
An atmospheric view of the Christmas Tree lights in Market Hill. Each card comes with an envelope.... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 21 Sep 2022 17:29 by Web Editor
The re-design of Suffolk InfoLink has updated the look and feel of the site and brought it up to standard for accessibility. The digital platform hosts over 7,000 local records, providing a rich directory of services and organisations which support Suffolk communities.
This website has been in operation for 34 years, originally available through a small number of Suffolk libraries, but has since grown... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 21 Sep 2022 16:50 by Web Editor
Suffolk County Council has notified us of the following regarding repairs on Fairfield Road:
"The design for the foot way support and reconstruction works has now been completed and we are currently in negotiations regarding the costs of the construction works.
The construction work has been programmed in to be delivered, commencing on the 21st November extending into early December. This is subject... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 21 Sep 2022 16:32 by Web Editor