West Suffolk’s Strategic Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (or SHELAA) is an assessment of land for housing and economic development. The draft report has now been published for consultation. The assessment includes two areas of land totalling 38 hectares to the north and south of Ingham.
Just a reminder that cars parked on footpaths and verges in the village can cause inconvenience and danger to anyone who has to step into the road to get past. Obstructing footpaths with parked vehicles is an offence.
Blue and black bin days and times in Ingham and across West Suffolk will be changing next month.
There's still just time to take part in this year's Ingham Sale Trail on Sunday September 15th from 10am until 2pm.
A message from the new owners of Ingham Post Office and Stores, Karl and Chrissie Knight. The couple have taken over from Ken and Gill Bacon who have moved to Norfolk.
Ingham Post Office and Stores has new owners.
Ingham’s playground fund has now received its promised grant of £8,706 from the National Lottery Community fund towards the purchase of play equipment.
The recent concert in Ingham church raised a whopping £1,033 for the Ingham Playground fund, more than double the target figure.
Following the resignation of Councillors Linda Anslow and Elaine Dawson, two new parish councillors – Frank Stennett and Charlie Cadman - were elected to serve from May 7th this year.
District councillor Susan Glossop (Conservative, Risby Ward) has been re-elected to the new West Suffolk Council with 565 votes.