Vashti hopes to reopen The Neathouse week beginning 18th January. She will recommence doorstep deliveries for those who are isolating in the village.
Vaccinations started on 14th January in Debenham. We are told to wait until we are contacted. People are reporting difficulties with the website and phoneline. If you need help with the website or phone line, ask for help from family or friends - don't delay booking your appointment.
Framlingham Surgery has issued this document which details how we are going to be called for vaccination. Contacts are going to be made by text - make sure that your phone is charged and switched on. You will have a choice of venues - see the information for more details.
Rev Percival has decided to suspend all Church Services in the Benefice until further notice. He will continue to publish the weekly newsletters that can be found on the Church Webpage.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore, has asked for your comments on a proposal to increase the Policing element of the annual precept by £15 or 30p per week, for a Band D property, to help to improve the overall service of Suffolk Constabulary. You can find out more about the proposal and take part in the survey by going to the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner website
Vashti, from the Neathouse, has written:
Norfolk Trading Standards have reported that they are hearing reports across the country of people being contacted out of the blue with offers of a coronavirus vaccination. The approaches have been made by text and from a recorded voice message on the telephone. In each case the recipient is required to respond by clicking a link in the text message or by pressing 1 when receiving the call. They are then asked to give personal information, as well as financial details to book their vaccination.