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 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, 8th January 2019 at 7.30pm in the Village Hall.
IMPORTANT: The Parish Council has submitted an objection to the next stage of the consultation for the Suffolk Minerals and Waste Local Plan. You can see the Parish Council's objection on the Planning page. Thanks to everyone who has taken an interest in this and submitted comments.
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.
BARNHAM REMEMBERS 1914-1918
Thanks to everyone who has knitted/crochetted/made poppies ... more than 4,000 have been made. Thanks also to everyone who is helping to assemble these.
The East Anglian Daily Times has written a lovely article about the village which is available on line and will also be published in the Free Bury Press. Click on the link here.
Also, Paul Allan has published a tribute to the young men who lived in the village but didn't return from world war I in 1918. Click on the link here to see his very moving film.
Programme for Remembrance Day- 11th November 2018. Everyone welcome!
10.30am laying of the wreaths at the War Memorial
10.50am Service at the church with the 2 minutes silcence at 11am
6pm gather in the church for a candlelit procession to walk down Church Lane via Water and Mill Lanes to the school field via the Village Hall. Please bring lanterns/candles in jam jars etc. to light your way.
The beacon will be lit at 7pm together with beacons throughout the country to mark the ending of World War 1. The Barnham School cook is providing a BBQ and tea and cakes will also be on sale.
A walk of rememberance for those local men who sacrificed their lives will be marked by a cross at the approximate site where they lived. Maps will be available in the church, on the book case, which is open all day or from Barnham School.
Village Life - The Link page details what is happening in the village - "The Link" is delivered to every house each month and is produced by our local church.