From it’s next meeting on the 21st March the Environment Committee meetings will commence at 8:00 pm instead of 7:00 pm.
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Open Health and Social Care Event at
Hartismere Health and Care
(formally Hartismere Hospital)
26th March 2018 11.00am – 2.00pm
Come and join us at the official launch of a NEW Simple Equipment Clinic at Hartismere Health and Care
This event is organised in collaboration by Connect Suffolk, Friends of Hartismere Health and Care, and local voluntary organisations.
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 have started.
Do you have skills or experience that you could bring to the role of Councillor? E.g. financial, business, marketing.
We currently have a vacancy for Councillor on Eye Town Council due to the resignation of a long serving member and would welcome your application.
We are hoping to fill the position by way of cooption at our April 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 what being a Councillor entails let the Clerk know.
You will need your own computer, laptop for Council business.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications is 6th April 2018
Tel: 07713 196251 email: email@example.com
c/o Eye Volunteer Centre, 20 Broad St, Eye, IP23 7AF
Paddock House Eye
Drop-in information event
Monday 12th March 2018
between 4.30 and 6.30 p.m.
Eye Community Centre,
Magdalen Street, Eye, IP23 7AJ
You are invited to a drop-in event where representatives of Mid Suffolk District Council and our development partners Iceni Homes and Ingleton Wood Architects will be available to answer questions about our future plans for a housing scheme at Paddock House.
Please come along and join us at Eye Community Centre where we will be pleased to meet you.
Following the postponement of the event scheduled for yesterday at the Community Centre regarding the future for Paddock House. Mid Suffolk District Council have confirmed that the rescheduled date for the event will be Monday 12th March at the Community Centre. The times are likely to be the same but they will be confirmed as soon as possible. The Town Council will circulate posters with the new details when they are made available and post here again with the latest news.
Wendy Alcock – Town Clerk
Eye Town Council is working with Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner to seek Local Police Volunteers for Eye.
What is it all about…?
The Local Policing Volunteer (LPV) scheme is for members of the local community who would like to offer support to Suffolk Police by being a highly visible and accessible point of contact. Whilst you are out and about in your local area, we would like you to report any suspicious activity, anti-social behaviour, damage or any community safety issues to us.
At no point will you be required to get directly involved – leave that to us
We would like you to be the “eyes and ears” of your community and pass on information by telephone, or email, to us. You know your area, what’s usual and what is out of place. Trust your instincts and if you see anything suspicious or have a hunch that things ‘just aren’t right’ then report it to the police.
Your information may be the final piece of the jigsaw in a criminal investigation
You will be helping to assist Suffolk Police in detecting crime by promoting effective communication and the prompt reporting of suspicious and criminal activity in rural areas. Your presence will also help to promote crime prevention awareness in your area.
What is required?