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Community Defibrillator

11 January 2019

Saxtead Parish Council is pleased to report that is has agreed to proceed with the purchase of a community defibrillator and external cabinet, to be placed at the entrance of Windmill Lodges.

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District Councillor's Report January 2019 Entry

11 January 2019

Cllr Stephen Burroughes report to Parish Councils for January 2019 can be found here.

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Sizewell C Public Consultations- Have your Say

11 January 2019

EDF have announced that the third stage of the public consultation for Sizewell C will begin on Friday 4th January 2019.

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East Suffolk Report 2017-2018

2 January 2019

We are pleased to confirm that the 2017-18 East Suffolk Report, a snapshot of activities and outcomes in the last financial year, has now been published.

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Free parking at festive events

3 December 2018

People attending festive events across east Suffolk can enjoy free parking in council-owned car parks at set times on selected dates.

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Christmas in East Suffolk

3 December 2018

Christmas is coming and there are lots of festive events taking place across East Suffolk to get you in the Christmas spirit! 

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Brown Bins on offer to good causes

3 December 2018

Suffolk Coastal is offering some of the unwanted brown bins to local charities and good causes.

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Sign up for Notifications of Local Road Closures

20 November 2018

The following website provides notifications on road closures, diversions, roadworks and traffic restrictions in Suffolk.

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Removal of Unwanted Brown Garden Waste Bins

20 November 2018

Phase one of delivering the new garden waste bins to homes in Suffolk Coastal has now been completed, although we will continue to deliver them to people who signed up after 26 August.

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Latest Neighbourhood Watch Report

10 November 2018

Please click here  to read the latest Neighbourhood Watch report. 

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