The application to build Sizewell C, a new nuclear power station in Suffolk, has been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate. For more information, please click here
26/05/20: As of 25th May, East Suffolk car parking charges have been reintroduced.
Vashti from the Neathouse, Jon from the Dennington Queen, David the butcher, Spencer the fishmonger, Richard and Eve from Casa-Sera Wines and the Mosses, the wine merchants, all offer local deliveries in Dennington. See below for details
The service will resume on Bank Holiday Monday 25 May - in Dennington this will start on Tuesday 2nd June, due to our position on the collection schedule.
There have been reports in Suffolk of people pretending to be from the British Red Cross, knocking on the doors of elderly and vulnerable individuals, taking their money to do shopping – and then not returning.
Charges for The Elms and Fore Street car parks from 6th April are as follows:
The Parish Council has offered to help any resident in the village who is in self isolation by offering to collect and door step deliver any prepaid groceries and medication.
The Local Government Association publishes regular updates and information for everyone within the local community, including business, education, health and social care, as well as guidance for religious groups and those people on Universal Credit. It is a wide ranging site - well worth a visit. Click here for more information and help.
Did you know that there are around 62 households in Dennington who work from home or that there are more females than males in the village? East Suffolk Council has produced a village profile which provides all sorts of information about our households. Click here to go the East Suffolk site to find out more!
The BBC 1 programme “Shop Well For Less” are seeking families to take part in the show which shows viewers how to rein in their spending without compromising their lifestyle. A key message from one of the speakers at our recent East Suffolk Greenprint Forum event on the 3rd February, Ian Rowlands from Incredible Oceans, was the need to reach people with whom we might not usually engage. As this is a mainstream-type TV show rather than one aimed at people who already “get” the environmental message there might be an opportunity for someone to communicate the possibilities of a low-consumption lifestyle to an audience that might not ordinarily be exposed to such a message, if anyone is tempted to try and get on the programme feel free to contact email@example.com