Parish Web Site
Please note that the December meeting of Ufford Parish Council will take place on Wednesday 14th December (and not the traditional third Tuesday of the month). We start at 7.00pm and will meet in the Community Hall on The Avenue. We look forward to seeing you there
Ufford Parish Council and Ufford PUNCH Team are delighted to welcome you to the new Ufford Parish Web Site. We will be working on the content for a few weeks so please bear with us. If you can see an error or would like other pages and links added please contact Judi on 01394 411405 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ufford now has a brand new Footpaths Map. All details can be found on the Footpaths Page of this site and a copy of the map will be on display very soon
At their next Parish Council meeting (19th April), Ufford Parish Council will be discussing a planning application that has been submitted for a caravn site on land opposite the entrace to Parklands. If you are interested to hear the debate please come along.
Ufford WI and Ufford Parish Council are organising 2 litter picks in April. The WI will be 'wombling' from 9.30am on Monday 4th April and the Parish Council will be collecting on Saturday 9th April; both starts are from the Pavilion at the Recreation Ground.
An 18 hole adventure golf course at Ufford Park Hotel has been given approval froom Suffolk Coastal District Council.
On Monday 1st February a further planning application for the development of 9 houses on land off Lodge Road was made live on the SCDC Planning System. The link to the application is here:
Are you coming to the Woodlands Day on Saturday 27th February? The day includes talks on Managing Veteran Trees from Peter Ross, Wildlife benefits from Woodland Management by Kevin Rogers and will be followed by the AGM of the Friends of Parklands Wood Group.
Ufford Parish Council would like to wish all residents and their families a very Happy New Year.
Ufford Parish Council are delighted to welcome Guy Foskett as their new Chairman. Guy has been a Councillor for a number of years and takes over from John Skinner. Dont worry, John has not gone far. He is very much still a busy Councillor and will still be overseeing Highways issues amongst many other things.