Following advice from the government, the annual Parish Meeting and Parish Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday May 12th is cancelled. Parish Council business will be conducted via an online meeting and minutes will be published on here as soon as possible.
It is hard to believe we are in week five of lockdown (as at May 1st). For many people you may have settled into some form of routine, but for others it is a worrying and lonely time.
John Milward, Ingham’s former parish clerk, has died in hospital after being unwell for some time.
These are difficult time for everyone, especially those who are isolating or who are unable to venture out so volunteer help is invaluable.
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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Just a reminder that if you use the West Suffolk Garden Waste Collection Service it is time to renew your subscription.
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.
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.
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.