Police are appealing for information after a vehicle was stolen from a rural business in Hasketon over the weekend.
The relaxation of lockdown means we can now enjoy spending time browsing in the shops. Unfortunately, thieves are also aware of this and there have been several thefts of mobile phones reported recently in Ipswich. Please ensure that thieves are not able to spoil your day by following these simple tips.
Vashti from the Neathouse is pleased to announce that 20 stalls have already been booked with more daily enquiries. They include craft stalls for jewellery, stained glass and crochet items. Dennington WI will host the tombola and you can donate items at the Neathouse; Badingham Play Group will have a stall and the Horticultural Club will be holding its Show which will include a large variety of produce. A raffle, bar, Pimms stall as well as an ice-cream stall completes the picture - something for everyone, in fact. So, put the date in your diary and come along to support the village and the various local stallholders - it will be a fabulous day!
Jon and Lorna have now stopped providing takeaways in preparation for reopening on 17th May.
Vashti, from the Neathouse, is planning a Village Fete for 17th July and would like to hear from anyone who would be interested to have a stall on the day. If you are interested, please contact her by calling in at the shop or phone on 07496090976, as soon as possible. Also, make a note and keep 17th July free so that you can attend the Fete to help to raise funds for the Village!
The new website was launched on 31st March. You are now able to use the online booking form for all activities, including sports on the field, use of the main hall or committee room for meetings and parties. Why don't you take a look! Find it at http://www.denningtonvillagehall.com
At the recent meeting, the Parish Council decided to postpone the planned litter pick until later in the year when Norse resumes lending their litter pick equipment.
Just in case you were planning to buy some plants or cakes at the Church Plant Sale in April, it has been decided that it will NOT be held again this year.
If you receive an email saying a title is due back, you can renew it online at:
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Suffolk Constabulary is urging people to stay disciplined this weekend as the country looks to take its first step out of lockdown on March 8.