found some keys at barnham park today (monday)
What is it with people who put grass cuttings in black plastic sacks then in their car or van and then dump by the hill lane foot path !!!!!
Just a quick reminder that it's the Annual Meeting tomorrow night followed by Barnham Parish Meeting. Members of the public very welcome!! 7.30pm at the Village Hall
For information - we've received a copy of this letter recently sent to residents of The Strewet and Mill Lane, Barnham:
The Street and Mill Lane, Barnham– Road Repairs – April 2018
We will be carr...
Does anyone know why the road through the village is closed and when it may open again?
meets every second Tuesday of alternate months at 7.30pm in the side room of the Village Hall. There is a full council meeting in January, March, May, July, September and November and all meetings are open to the public. Additional planning meetings may also be held according to need.
Draft minutes of the Barnham Parish Council of the latest meeting held can be found on the Parish Council page of this website and are displayed on the notice board by the Village Hall. The next meeting of the Parish Council will be on Tuesday, 10th July at 7.30pm in the Village Hall.
News from the May Parish Council meeting:
New Parish Councillor: we welcome Matthew Hawthorne who fills the casual vacancy.
Neighourhood Plan: Barnham Parish Council has agreed to begin the process of preparing a Neighbourhood Plan. Take a look at the planning page of this website to see a brief resume of why we feel we need such a plan. It is felt that the designated area covered by the Plan should be the Parish boundary as is the case with most Neighbourhood Plans. The Parish Council would welcome any initial comments and invite anyone who may be interested to join the fledgling working group to contact the Parish Clerk.
Suffolk Minerals and Waste Preferred Options Draft Plan: After the first consultation, the Barnham site remains within the plan. The Parish Council now needs to consolidate a strong reply for the second round of public consultation ending on 23rd July. If you are able to help with this, please contact the clerk who will arrange a public meeting in June.
Village Life - Take a look at the The Link page to see what is happening in the village - "The Link" is delivered to every house each month and is produced by the local church.
Appeal for knitters to make thousands of poppies to decorate the village for the 100 centenary of the First World War in November. Contact the Clerk for more details.
Reminder ... Don't forget it's really, really easy to report potholes, faulty lamp posts, flooding etc. Just check out the Suffolk County Council website's home page.