Nominations are being received for the Town Council and District Councillor between the 12th March to the 3rd April. Applications packs can be received from either Mid Suffolk District Council or the Town Clerk. Details on the poster below.
Please note that the Council has called an Extra Ordinary Planning Committee to consider the re-submission of the Tuffs Lane/Maple Way application ref DC/18/05021, which requires a response by the 14th February. It is estimated that this meeting will start at 2:30 pm after the Finance and Governance Committee Meeting.
The Mayor of Eye and it’s Town Councillors are shocked and saddened by the sudden death of Michael Burke fellow Councillor who died on the 22nd
December. Cllr Burke was a highly valued and respected member of the Council and will be greatly missed. His involvement in various Committee’s as well as his position as Eye’s District Councillor were of great value to the Town.
Our sincere condolences go out to his family at this sad time.
Is your child in Key Stage 2 (years 3-6)? Are they in their first year of learning to play an instrument? Starting from 8 January 2019, Suffolk County Music Service is hosting Beginner Ensembles across Suffolk. Created especially for young musicians in KS2, children are invited to join an ensemble to: develop their skills, make progress, play as a group, learn new music, and have fun!
Join us at Stradbroke High School, Wilby Road IP21 5JN on Fridays (term-time only) at 4.15pm.
Free membership is available for those pupils learning with Suffolk County Music Service. The usual termly charge applies for those not learning with the Music Service. Further details are on our website. Please visit our website for more information http://bit.ly/ks2beginner or call us 01473 263400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Following on from our recent notice I can confirm arrangements for Cllr Robins funeral, which will take place on Wednesday 19th December at 2.30 pm at Abbey Chapel, West Suffolk Crematorium, Risby, Bury St Edmunds, IP28 6RR.
In lieu of flowers, Mick’s wish was that a small donation be made to Cancer Research. This may be done via Susan Whymark Funeral Services Ltd in Eye.
Wendy Alcock – Eye Town Clerk
It is with deep regret that we have to report the death of our colleague and current serving Mayor, Cllr Mick Robins, who sadly passed away on Thursday, 6 December.
Eye Town Council would like to send our deepest condolences to Mick’s wife Laraine and the family at this very sad time.
Further details of any service will be posted up as and when they become available.