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"After adhering to Government guidelines & quarantining for what will be 14 days, we will be ready to reopen the doors to The Dennington Queen this Friday, the 18th September.
August, usually the month for taking a break, was again busy with a number of Cabinet briefings and meetings to discuss the Suffolk Coastal Local Plan and the East Suffolk representation to the Sizewell C enquiry, which was passed by Council on 1st September. There were also Communitity Partnership Task and Finish group meetings to discuss Delivering Opportunities for Young People and Reducing Social Isolation. Some good progress was made and at meetings later this month it is hoped to agree projects to be put forward for funding.
After many years as Chairman of the Trustees of the Dennington Village Hall, during which a huge amount has been achieved, James Maberly is looking for a successor.
Might you be interested in this important role for the whole Village? If not yourself, would you know of someone who you think might be worth approaching?
The Chairman will become a Trustee of the charity and ideally would:-
Do you want to live in the new houses being built on Saxtead Road and potentially Fairfield Road? This is a great new opportunity for local people with a personal, or work, connection to Framlingham to rent 'affordable' housing from a Social Landlord. You are urged to register with 'Gateway to Homechoice' (www.gatewaytohomechoice.org.uk) so that you can submit an application.
THE MILLS CHARITY- ALMSHOUSE VACANCY - Apply for a form before 31st August
£350 was raised from the sale of flower, tomato and vegetable plants, including donations. Due to circumstances at the time, there was only a small number to plants available, hence the lower amount. The Church would like to thank everyone who helped. Hopefully, the situation will be different next year and we will be able to meet up with each other again.
Mr Matt Lunn was elected to become Chairman of the Parish Council at the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council on 27th July. Mr Robert Wardley had decided to step down from the role after many years of dedicated service. He is now vice Chairman. Mr Lunn has been a councillor for a number of years and has made a valuable contribution to many aspects of the Parish Council. He was welcomed by all present at the meeting.
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This includes Parish business from the year, along with his resignation as Chairman of the Parish Council. To download the report, please click.