Before you ask Dina.....
It is more than likely that a question you are just about to speak to or email Dina about (Dina is our wonderful Parish Clerk, in case you were wondering...), is actually something that someone else has already asked.
So please do check this page first before picking up the phone or starting that email, because the answer might well be right here...
All the dates are on our Meeting dates and papers
page on this website. You are welcome to attend Parish Council meetings.
Mid Suffolk District Council have webpages
where you can search for applications which have been submitted to them for consideration. You can submit your comments directly on their website.
The Parish Council is asked also to consider applications in its locality before it goes to Committee at Mid Suffolk.
The quickest and easiest way to do this is via the online reporting tool.
This way you can see if someone else has already reported the defect and give details of the issue directly to Suffolk Highways (you can even upload photos of the problem)
Online reporting is by far the speediest way to alert the highways teams of an issue to be investigated. It is quicker than contacting the Parish Clerk, Parish Council or even local politician.
This is something which Suffolk Highways will log for you and resolve. The best way to do this is via the online reporting tool.
This makes sure all the details are properly captured and the problem can then be scheduled for fixing. With its map based approach, it also shows other residents who may also notice the same fault, that someone has reported and that it is being dealt with.
Please refer to the Allotments page (information is in the process of being added to this page)
Mid Suffolk District Council have an online form to report it. You can also use the form to report other nusiances such as abandoned vehicles and fly-tipping.
All questions relating to waste, including local recycling centre opening hours, details of how to report a missed bin, how to organise a collection of bulky waste and so much more can be found at Mid Suffolk District Council's waste pages.
Are there other things you'd like to see here? Let us know, and we'll add them!