02/04/20: FRAMLINGHAM SURGERY IS ASKING FOR 5 DAYS' NOTICE BEFORE YOU COLLECT YOUR REPEAT PRESCRIPTION instead of the usual 2 full working days.
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The village pub is offering takeaway meals at the moment- please give them a call or check out the board outside the pub for more information.
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Sadly we have had to cancel our next meeting due to the changing situation and advice from our County Councillor and central government.
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Following advice from our County Councillor, tonight's Parish Council meeting at Foxearth Lodge has been cancelled.
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Our monthly Ladies Coffee Morning in The Old Mill House pub meets on the 2nd Wednesday in the month, from 10.30 – 11.30, and this month’s will be on the 11th March. Everyone is always welcome.
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Framlingham Country Show &
The Framlingham Festival of Dogs
returns on the 4th & 5th April, from 10am- 5pm.
Click below to order your tickets in advance:-
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Please find attached two recent reports from our Ward Councillor, Maurice Cook.
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CIVIL PARKING ENFORCEMENT
Civil Parking Enforcement
is due to be implemented throughout East Suffolk on 6th April 2020
. From that date parking
offences become civil rather than criminal offences.
Framlingham Town Council
has been negotiating with East Suffolk Council
to adapt the latter's district-wide scheme to the specific needs of Framlingham - we particularly need to increase the turnover of cars parking
in Market Hill to make it easier for visitors to access local businesses. How is Framlingham affected?
- Existing on-road restrictions - yellow lines, time limits - will be more regularly and more stringently enforced.
- The town's three car parks at Fore Street, The Elms and Market Hill will all become pay and display car parks.
- Pay and display machines will be installed at The Elms and Market Hill and the machine in Fore Street will be replaced.
- Enforcement will be through foot patrols operating seven days a week throughout the district and visiting Framlingham at differing times during the week.
- On-street restrictions will be enforced on Sundays where applicable.
Charges will apply Monday to Saturday from 8am to 6pm.
Fore Street and The Elms car park
charges will be:
Up to 2 hours £1
Up to 4 hours £2
All day £4
Season ticket £65
For Market Hill the charge will be £1 for up to 2 hours with no return for the following 2 hours.
All three car parks will have the option of 30 minutes free parking
available through pay and display machines or by using the RingGo app on a smart phone.
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