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Welcome to Framsden Parish Council's Website
Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebrations
Framsden Jubilee Oaks - be part of the Queen's Green Canopy
Framsden villagers collected acorns in autumn 2020, which were planted and tended for the past 18 months. The young trees are now potted up and ready for planting. To find out how to get involved please click on the following link:
Play Area Update
Further to successful fund raising Sutcliffe Play have been appointed as our contractors for the Village Play Area Improvements in line with our procurement policy. Using feedback from the public consultation alongside advice from Sutcliffe Play the equipment has been selected to best suit the needs of the community and are illustrated in the documents below. This work should be completed in time for the school summer holidays.
Many thanks to all who participated in this decision making process including those who completed questionnaires. Below are links to two documents about the Play Area:
The Quiet Lane proposals are now in their final stages. Click to view a map of the lanes that have been proposed for adoption into the QLS scheme in Framsden.
Click to view Suffolk County Council's Final Notice of Proposal to Designate and Statement of Reasons for QLS - the deadline for comment on this matter is 14th June 2021
Framsden Parish Council financially manage Framsden Village Hall. Please contact Charlotte on email@example.com or 01473 890933 to make a booking enquiry.
This site has been set up to allow you to look at agendas, minutes and other information concerning Framsden Parish Council. We hope you will find it useful.
Go to the the Village Website for information on the village, news and events, local services and businesses, churches, the Village Hall, photographs and lots more.
For details of the next meeting go to the Meetings page.
Mrs Sarah Clare
Tel. 07801 628591
Following recent resignations (see Notice of Casual Vacancy) we currently have vacancies for Parish Councillors. If you are interested in contributing to the local community by volunteering to become a Parish Councillor then these two documents offer more information about what the role entails:
If you think this is for you then come along to our next meeting or please contact the Clerk who will explain the co-option process.
|Councillor||Mr Glenn Buckingham|
|Councillor||Ms Claire Macaulay|
|Councillor||Ms Nicola Whitmore|
|Councillor||Mr Neil Mellor|