by Saxtead Parish Council
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We are pleased to have now collated the results from our recent survey of each household in Saxtead.
Please click here to view the latest edition of Constable's County.
Please note, July's meeting has been brought forward a week, to Wednesday 6th July in order for the Council to discuss planning application DC/22/2163/FUL | Proposed building to accommodate swimming pool & associated equipment/facilities | Ashmeade Church Road Saxtead Woodbridge Suffolk IP13 9QP before the response deadline.
Please click here for more details of our village get-together for the Platinum Jubilee.
THE PROBLEM: "Nobody really knows how much plastic we're throwing away or what happens to it, and we suspect it's worse than anyone realises. Recycling alone isn't going to solve the plastic problem. There's simply too much of it and our recycling systems can't cope. And right now, there just aren't enough reusable options that work for everyone."
THE SOLUTION: "Greenpeace and Everyday Plastic have launched the nation's biggest ever investigation into household plastic waste. Together, we will uncover the truth about how much household plastic we throw away, and how much is really recycled. This new evidence will be crucial to convince the government, big brands and supermarkets to take ambitious action on plastic packaging."
Many thanks to all those who have returned their completed surveys. So far the response rate has been very good- but there are still a few more days to get your surveys to us.
Useful information on how you can support Ukrainian residents and those affected by events in Ukraine.
Each household in Saxtead will shortly be receiving a printed copy of a survey from the Parish Council, along with a reminder leaflet about the village's defibrillator.
Please click here to read our Ward Councillor's latest report.
Would you like to attend a Meet your MP session with Dr Dan Poulter and have a chance to ask him your questions?
Sessions are normally run on Thursday evenings at around 7pm and Dr Poulter attends remotely via Teams or Zoom. The Parish Council can orchestrate the session if there is sufficient interest from residents, and it is likely to be held at Dennington Village Hall.