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Food Delivery in the Village

30 March 2020

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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Parish Council Meeting POSTPONED

16 March 2020

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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*CANCELLED* Please note that tonight's meeting is Cancelled

12 March 2020

Following advice from our County Councillor, tonight's Parish Council meeting at Foxearth Lodge has been cancelled.

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News from our church...

6 March 2020

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 & Festival of Dogs

6 March 2020

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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Latest Ward Councillor's Reports

6 March 2020

Please find attached two recent reports from our Ward Councillor, Maurice Cook. 

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Car Parking Charges in Framlingham

6 March 2020

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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Framlingham Inclusivity Project Update

6 March 2020

"We have now had a second meeting of this group with 14 people from local organisations and groups attending. Discussion centred on three local priorities identified at the first meeting: A Community Inclusivity Open Day event, a much wider range of Community Information on the Website, and funding for Youth Work Provision. Spadge Hopkins, from FAYAP, has been asked to develop a youth provision project proposal for submission in March to the Community Partnership Area for funding.
The meeting also set up the Working Group formally with a core of nine members, to be chaired by Cllr Hine. So, while we are well on our way with such a good start, this project will always be open to all who want to participate by attending the open meetings, or simply receiving copies of meeting notes and supporting documents, and responding when issues and ideas are particularly relevant. The aim is to create a way for our community to collectively develop new project ideas for events and activities based on the needs of our community."

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Road etiquette in Framlingham

6 March 2020

A message from Framlingham Town Council:- 

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