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Thanks partly to the new forms of promotion Eye now has to offer (Eye-to-Eye, Facebook, Twitter and this website) the call for help to collect winter clothing at the church has been a huge success, despite the short notice. Many Thanks to all those who supported!
“We sent out a plea for help - the response was tremendous, overwhelming really. The collection of Winter Clothing, shoes, blankets, sleeping bags will all help to keep some people warm this winter. Please accept our heartfelt thanks for your kindness, thoughtfulness and consideration for others. Your actions have made us feel very humble.”
The Rector and Churchwardens
Eye Parish Church
January 12, 2015
We need you to sign this urgent national petition today, as a decision on funding is due to be confirmed week commencing 19 January 2015
Lorry Watch is a scheme you can be part of which aims to spot Lorries going through the 7.5 tonne limit area of Eye. It does not require ‘formal’ monitoring. You could be at home, out walking the dog, shopping or having a meal and still be an active Lorry Watch member, recording and reporting offending vehicles.
Lorry Watch is a scheme co-ordinated by Suffolk Trading Standards, a department within Suffolk County Council. Supported by Mid Suffolk North Safer Neighbourhood Team.
The training will be organised by PCSO 3287 Durrant but provided by Suffolk Trading Standards, who will explain the aims and objectives for Lorry Watch, what a 7.5 tonne lorry looks like and the paperwork that needs completing when an offending vehicle has been sighted. Read more