On 19 June, Suffolk County Council met with representatives from Suffolk’s bus operators to see whether they can run a number of bus services without public subsidy - see CC Boroughes report for details on Useful Links page.
For District Councillor's first two reports giving an update on various East Suffolk topics, please go to Useful Links page.
The Summer edition of Dennington News has been pubished, click here to access it or go to Village Hall page
Work will begin on the Saxtead Road on July 15th for three weeks to improve drainage and to provide better highway support; the works will comprise of: Replacement of entire piped culvert across the carriageway, 30m of new double thick concrete bag-work as highway support, kerbing, and localised ditch cleaning.
A Call has gone out for all Dennington Artists, Sculptors and Crafters to take the opportunity to exhibit the work of many of the talented people who live in and around the village. Rosie McKenzie has asked that those who would be interested in planning an event during the summer holidays to contact her as soon as possible. A planning meeting will then be held to start the process. Please contact Rosie on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07779 721147.
Members of the public are invited to have their say on the potential options for the Ipswich Northern Route when the consultation officially begins on 5 July 2019.
Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore is inviting people living in and around the Woodbridge area to his next Q&A session to talk to him and local officers about policing and crime issues in the area.
The Council already have a small number of Plastic Action Champions recruited and trained up but they are looking for more and would like as wide a geographical spread of Champions around the district as possible - click for more details. Training sessions for new champions are to be arranged on an ongoing basis as additional Champions step forward.
East Suffolk residents are being encouraged to take simple steps to protect their health, and the health of their families, from air pollution.
Sports Club has begun it's Friday Night Sports for children in the village. Everyone is welcome - if you don't want to take part, you can always come along and watch. Parents can relax in the Hall whilst the children enjoy themselves on the Field. See the Village Hall website for details.