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Help on hand in virus crisis

3 April 2020

These are difficult time for everyone, especially those who are isolating or who are unable to venture out so volunteer help is invaluable.

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Brown bin service suspended

27 March 2020

Due to COVID-19 coronavirus West Suffolk Council is temporarily suspending the garden waste collection service.

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Citizens Advice changes

27 March 2020

West Suffolk Citizens Advice is temporarily suspending its face to face advice service.  They say however, that at a time when consistent and trusted advice is needed more than ever, they are continuing to provide advice to people by phone, webchat and email. 

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PLAYGROUND CLOSED

26 March 2020

In line with government instructions please note that Ingham's children's playground is CLOSED until further notice.

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Parish Council meeting cancelled

17 March 2020

Following the latest advice from the government, the parish council meeting scheduled for tonight (March 17th) is cancelled.

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Brown bin renewal time

11 March 2020

Just a reminder that if you use the West Suffolk Garden Waste Collection Service it is time to renew your subscription.

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'Clean up after your dog' warning

19 February 2020

Dog mess continues to present a hazard on the paths and verges in our village. Despite posters reminding dog owners to clear up, the issue is still a significant problem.

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Tips to beat the cold

28 January 2020

Keeping warm is a must at this time of year and there will be ideas and tips available at the Energy Advice Café in Culford Village Hall on 22nd  February between 10am  and 12 noon.

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New bid for village crossing

28 January 2020

Ingham Parish Council is continuing to lobby for a light-controlled pedestrian crossing as data shows that around 12,000 lorries and cars travel through the village every day.

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