Barnham Parish Council 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 held on Tuesday, 14th March 2017 in the village hall are posted on the Parish Council page. The next meeting of the Parish Council will be on Tuesday, 9th May at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. The May meeting is the Annual General Meeting and members of the public are very welcome to attend. The clerk would also welcome any reports from the various organisations in the village. If you have any concerns or ideas about the village, do please contact the clerk or a parish councillor before 9th May.
Following the resignation of Councillor Ian Clark, the parish council would like to extend its thanks to Ian for his dedicated contribution and support for the village. Ian served for more than 30 years, many of those as chairman.
The Parish Council is pleased to welcome Charles Merrifield as its new parish councillor (Charles' co-option was unanimously agreed at the parish council meeting on 14th March). Charles will also be a member of the Planning Committee.
Election of County Councillor on Thursday, 4th May 2017. Click here to see the Notices regaring this (on our News and Events page).
Reminder ... Don't forget it's really, really easy to report potholes, faulty lampposts, flooding etc. Just check out the Suffolk County Council website's home page
Barnham Parish Council Facebook Page. A facebook page has been set up and we will be using this as a virtual "Notice Board" for a couple of months to see if local residents are interested. Please contact any of the parish councillors or the clerk if you have any queries regarding this.
Village Life - Take a look at News & Events page to see what is happening in the village.
BT Payphone and kiosk - The parish council has now "adopted" the village telephone kiosk. Thanks to local residents who will be taking care of it.
Community Speedwatch - Barnham Parish Council's Community Speedwatch scheme is up and running - you may have seen them in the village by the church ... this will help to ensure that traffic through the village sticks to the speed limit. We have a number of volunteers already but are looking for more. The commitment will require a couple of hours per month and you will be fully trained by Suffolk Police. If you would like to take part please contact John Bauer on 01842 890093 or click here to email him.
Included within the footer of each page on this website are useful links to local organisations.
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