Tags: East Suffolk
FENS UPDATE AUTUMN 2022
You may have noticed that the Fens did not get its final cut and clear this year. This was a combination of Covid, machine availability and weather.
After consulting the contractor and research 'rewilding' people, the Lands committee have decided to leave it be and see how it regenerates next year. It will do no harm ecologically, and indeed there is an argument that leaving... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 25 Nov 2022 11:36 by News at Fram
SURVEY: New Community Mental Health / Wellbeing Hub
The Hub will aim to support the local community by:
Creating a local mental health, physical health and volunteering hub.
Providing a space for statutory services and local community and voluntary groups to offer formal sessions, drop in clinics, information sharing opportunities, educational meetings and help to prevent isolation.
Bringing some services... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 22 Nov 2022 13:13 by News at Fram
If you're facing bills that you can't afford and struggling with the rising cost of energy, British Gas Energy Trust offers support, regardless of which energy company you are with.
The independent charitable trust can help with free resources to ensure you're getting the support and benefits you're entitled to and free 1-2-1 advice on money, benefits and energy efficiency.
It also runs an energy debt... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 09 Nov 2022 20:02 by News at Fram
East Suffolk Awards
The East Suffolk Awards 2023 now open for nominations.
The awards are about recognising contributions, celebrating successes, and giving people the 'round of applause' they deserve for improving lives in East Suffolk.
Winners will be announced at an event at Snape Maltings on 28 February 2023.
There are many different categories to nominate candidates - you can see all the details ... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 09 Nov 2022 19:54 by News at Fram
13 November 2022
The RBL will hold a Remembrance service this year as follows:
Parade and Service: 10.15/20am - Meet in New Road
10.30am - Parade Marshall Eddie Cooper will assemble the parade
10.40am - Parade leaves New Road and marches through the town via Bridge Street, Market Hill, Church Street and into the churchyard
10.50am - Parade assembles in the churchyard around the war memorial... Read More »
Posted: Sun, 30 Oct 2022 14:40 by News at Fram
Suffolk County Council Highways update on the current position:
Work is currently underway to prepare for the repairs that are required to the bridge that carries the B1116 over the River between Kettleburgh Road and Fairfield Road.
The river that the bridge crosses is Main River and therefore consent will need to be gained from the Environment Agency for the temporary scaffolding that will be required... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 25 Oct 2022 17:41 by News at Fram
Only three weeks to go! Buy your tickets now!
Noise of Art and Framlingham Town Council Eco Light Art Event for Bonfire Weekend
BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW!
Friday 4th November at Framlingham Castle
Music: Ben Osborne, Loula Yorke and guests
Visual Artists: Jim Horsfield, Your Mum, Janice Oliver, PrickImage
Early Evening Show: 5.30pm (gates open 5.00pm)
Late Evening Show: 8.00pm (gates open 7.30pm)
Tickets From:... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 11 Oct 2022 12:15 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