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Ufford Parish Council are currently considering the merits of establishing an ‘Emergency Plan’ for the parish. These plans can range from simple 2 page documents that contain details of residents willing to help out in the event of an emergency, right up to a document tens of pages long that caters for every emergency imaginable!
A Parish Council is permitted to give grants to local village organisations with a view to enhancing the lives of all or some of its residents. Ufford Parish Council undertakes this task once a year, in order to budget for the funds when it requests its annual payment from the District Council.
On 6th February 1952, The Queen ascended the throne, upon the death of her father, King George VI. Throughout 2022 the United Kingdom will be celebrating the Queen’s 70th Jubilee, this being denoted by Platinum.
Are you handy with maintenance jobs? Ufford PC are looking for a person to carryout occasional maintenance jobs for them. We are happy to pay £15 per hour for the work (plus materials) but we must insist that the contractor holds valid Public Liability Insurance.
The Parish Council are aware of a number of Tyre/Rope Swings that have been set up in Parklands Wood.
Residents in East Suffolk are invited to have their say on how periods may impact those who experience them in a new survey.
You have probably noticed in the local press that a number of our neighbours have recently been battling large developments: 75 dwellings in Rendlesham, 123 dwellings in Pettistree and, still on the table at the time of writing, the 80 Bed Care home with a further 75 assisted care bungalows in Melton. But what have these got to do with Ufford?
Following this week’s severe weather, which led to the cancellation of all refuse collections in the district, East Suffolk Norse will resume collections on Monday 15 February.
Ufford Parish Council, in conjunction with the Quiet Lanes Suffolk Group, is exploring an opportunity to designate Byng Hall Road as a “Quiet Lane”, as part of a county wide project.
An East Suffolk councillor is calling on residents to make New Year’s resolutions to cut their carbon footprint in 2021 and help tackle the climate emergency.