Please see attached Notification.
- About Eye
- What’s On
- Things to Do
- Town Council
As of Monday 4th April, Suffolk Constabulary will be policing under a new model. Eye Police station will remain, where there will be two officers, PC Will Wright, and myself PCSO Steve Long. We will be responsible for the following areas –
Eye, Debenham, Aspall, Winston, Fressingfield, Mendham, Metfield, Weybread, Hoxne, Athelington, Horham, Redlingfield, Syleham, Wingfield, Palgrave, Brome, Oakley, Stuston, Thrandeston, Yaxley, Stradbroke, Laxfield, Wilby, Wetheringsett-cum-Brockford, Braiseworth, Mickfield, Occold, Stoke Ash, Thorndon, Worlingworth, Ashfield-cum-Thorpe, Bedfield, Bedingfield, Brundish, Kenton, Monk Soham, Rishangles, Southolt, Tannington.
There may be some concerns over two officers covering that amount of Parishes, so if there are issues that need to be raised, then Inspector Nick Aitken, and Sergeant Mark Beresford will be hosting a public meeting on Wednesday 30th March 2016 6pm at The Rifle Hall in Halesworth. If people are unable to attend, then we are looking to host a public meeting possibly at Eye in either April or May and we will let you know in due course.
PCSO 3172 Steven Long
POLICE COMMUNITY SUPPORT OFFICER,
Eye Police Station, Castleton Way, Eye, Suffolk, IP23 7BH
Tel: 01284 774640 , www.suffolk.police.uk
Suffolk County Council can provide assistance to help people make their homes warmer and healthier, ideally keeping them out of hospital and GP surgeries.
We have recently won a few large pots of money, one of which focuses on FREE first time central heating for those who currently don’t have it.
Please see Poster for more details.
If you are at school (or a student) aged 25 or under, there may be things that you need for your studies that you can’t quite afford.
As a Trust, we are set up to provide grants to young people and educational organisations in the locality of up to £200.
The Trustees meet quarterly (next meeting is in May) to consider applications and to award grants.
In order to qualify, you must also live in one of the parishes – Eye, Athelington, Bedfield or Horham.
Grants are intended to help with expenses that are not provided by the Local Education Authority.
To discuss your interest or to request an application form, please contact the Clerk to the Trustees:
Tel: 01379 870170 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Suffolk Walking Festival 14th May – 5th June 2016
Update – please see attachment.
There is a varied programme of 77 themed walks across the county range in length from a gentle stroll of one mile, to a challenging 60 miles in 24 hours and which will take place along Suffolk’s glorious coast, through scenic, gently undulating countryside and around our medieval towns and villages.
Some walks include a cream tea or other refreshments and all are an informal and sociable way to explore the county, meet like-minded people and to indulge in a leisure activity which benefits both body and soul.
To view the full walks programme and book tickets, visit the festival website www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk.
Brochures will be available from Suffolk tourist information centres.