East Suffolk Council are responsible for over 3,600,000 m2 of grassed areas in East Suffolk, most of which are cut at least once a month between March and October.
At this time of year, some areas can become overgrown between cuts, and it may seem like these are being neglected, however, that is not the case.
If an area is not cut as planned, the team will aim to return as soon as possible to complete... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 11 Jul 2022 12:55 by News at Fram
Framlingham Badminton Club are currently looking to attract new members to their friendly badminton club located at Thomas Mills High School.
They operate a summer and winter club that welcomes players of all standards from teenage years upwards. They have qualified coaches to help you start playing or improve your game.
Club nights and courts available every Monday and Friday from 8pm to 10pm.
They welcome... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 11 Jul 2022 09:15 by News at Fram
PLASTIC FREE JULY
Want to make a difference and be part of the plastic free solution?
You can take part in the Pesky Plastic Quiz
By taking the Plastic Free July Quiz, you will:
• help us to track the trends in the common plastics that households use
• discover for yourself all the plastics that 'sneak' into your shopping
• set yourself up to measure your Plastic Free July success
Plastic... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 08 Jul 2022 17:59 by News at Fram
Queen's Platinum Jubilee Souvenirs
We still have some special Framlingham Jubilee items for sale illustrated with drawings by children from the Sir Robert Hitcham's Primary School - available from the Town Council Office:
Jubilee T Towels @ £6
Jubilee Mugs @ £5
Posted: Wed, 06 Jul 2022 11:24 by News at Fram
Saturday 16th July 11am - 12pm
Music and street theatre parade through Framlingham Town Centre from the Pageant Field at 10.30am all the way down to Market Hill.
Eastern Angles take free theatre to the streets of Suffolk this Summer!
Since 1982 Eastern Angles have been known as the touring theatre company for the East of England, always pushing the boundaries of the region's... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 05 Jul 2022 16:02 by News at Fram
Volunteers needed to water new trees in the Cemetery
Would you be able to help once a week watering four new trees in the Cemetery?
We already have one volunteer but the trees need watering twice a week. We have a water supply and watering cans.
If you could help please get in touch.
Posted: Tue, 05 Jul 2022 14:00 by News at Fram
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