Here is a link to a list of Holiday Schemes in the area.
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Police are appealing for information following a burglary in Earl Soham.
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A grey Range Rover Vogue vehicle, registration FM15 CCX, was stolen from Apsey Green sometime between 11pm on Saturday 6th & 8am Sunday 7th August.
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Dennington Village Hall has three vacancies: Booking Manager (paid position), Financial Controller (paid position) and Bar Manager (Voluntary).
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East Suffolk Council is inviting comments on a new planning document which provides guidance on the development of small scale housing, of up to five dwellings, in the countryside.
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Police are appealing for information after a mountain bike was stolen from a shed at a home on Severalls Road in Dennington.
Two unknown suspects were seen on security cameras removing a Cube reaction hybrid pro mountain bike on Saturday 18 June at approximately 11.35pm - 11.38pm. A bolt cropper was used to remove the cycle from the ground locks.
Can you help?
If you have any information about this burglary, please contact Suffolk police quoting crime reference 37/38131/22 via – Website - Complete an existing report update form
Phone - Call 101
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Police are appealing for information after approximately 2000 litres of agricultural diesel was stolen from a farm business near Mill Lane in Butley.
The theft occurred sometime between 8pm Saturday 11 June and 12 midday Sunday 12 June.
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Tom McGarry, Head of Regional External Affairs and Development, Sizewell C, Nuclear Development writes:
"As you are probably aware, we are waiting for the Secretary of State to announce the decision on Sizewell C Co’s application for a Development Consent Order to build and operate Sizewell C. We expect an announcement by 8 July.
We are hopeful for a positive decision and have always taken the responsibility to plan for a successful outcome. Therefore it is important that we continue to work closely with local colleges and training providers to raise aspirations and promote employment and training opportunities to local students and jobseekers.
So please click on this link to find the recently updated Employment and Training Prospectus for Sizewell C.
The document outlines the roles needed to build Sizewell C and signposts the local colleges which have already signed up to offer required courses. It is being shared with all our local colleges and training providers and we hope it will be useful for local people keen to find out how to join us or take the next steps in their training towards employment.
Alongside this we also:
Work closely with Job Centres across Suffolk and Norfolk and charity partners Access Community Trust and Inspire Suffolk to ensure local people are ready to work on the project.
Run the Sizewell C Jobs Service, an online portal for the employment and apprenticeship opportunities on the project, is running training so local people can be matched with jobs.
Coordinate the Young Sizewell C programme, which helps connect young people aged 16-21 to in-demand career and apprenticeship opportunities across Suffolk and Norfolk.
I hope you find the Prospectus an interesting and enjoyable read and if you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact us."
Head of Regional External Affairs and Development, Sizewell C
Freephone:0800 197 6102*
Post:FREEPOST SZC CONSULTATION
*Calls to 0800 numbers are free from UK landlines. Call costs from mobiles and international numbers may vary.
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Officers are appealing for information after a container on Brick Lane in Parham was broken into.
Sometime between 6pm Thursday 2nd June and 8.40am Friday 3 June, an unknown person or persons have gained entry to a container by removing chains and padlocks. A quantity of tools were stolen.
Can you help?
If you have any information about these incidents, please contact Suffolk Police quoting crime reference 37/34036/22 via –
Website - Complete an existing report update form
Phone - Call 101
Alternatively contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111, or via their online form
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