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Mayor’s Surgery


C/o Eye Volunteer Bureau 20 Broad Street, Eye, Suffolk, IP23 7AF

Tel: 07713 196251 Email: townclerk@eyesuffolk.org



On the 3rd July 2018


11 AM – 1:00 PM


Your opportunity to ask questions about things happening in Eye directly.

Surgery at the Town Clerk’s Office at the Volunteer Bureau. Access from Cross St. 

Just ring the bell.  We will be pleased to see you.


Town Councillor Vacancies

Our vacancies for two Town Councillors are still open.

This is an exciting time for the Town Council.  There is the challenge of new development planned for the Town and we are considering a Neighbourhood Plan for Eye.  Extensive building works updating the Town Hall costing £200,000 are almost complete.

Do you have skills or experience that you could bring to the role of Councillor? E.g. financial, business, marketing.

The vacancy for Councillor on Eye Town Council is due to the resignation of a long serving member and would welcome your application.

We are hoping to fill the position by way of co-option at our June meeting.

To request an application pack contact Wendy Alcock the Town Clerk or click here.  If you would like an informal chat with a current Town Councillor about being a Councillor let the Clerk know.

You will need your own computer/laptop for Council business.

Closing date for receipt of completed applications is 1st June 2018

 Tel: 07713 196251     email: townclerk@eyesuffolk.org

Address: c/o Eye Volunteer Centre, 20 Broad St, Eye, IP23 7AF

Courtesy Crossings in Eye

The Town Council recently received the email below from the Council’s Website: -

‘Is it possible to educate / inform the small minority of persons in Eye town who believe it is correct to step into the road on the “courtesy crossings” & expect vehicles to stop within a few feet, in this instance six feet, while I was driving at circa 15 M.P.H’

The wording in the driving test literature states that these “courtesy crossings” allow for a safer place to cross, there is no statutory requirement for drivers to give way to pedestrians as they are at Zebra crossings etc.

Please could residents take care whilst using these crossings in the town centre.

Wendy Alcock – Town Clerk.

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