Ingham’s playground fund has been awarded an £8,000 boost from the National Lottery, meaning the fund is well on its way to its £66,000 target.
If you are self-employed or run a small business it can sometimes be difficult to keep on top of the mountains of paperwork involved.
New speed cameras are to be installed along a stretch of the A134 north of Ingham despite Suffolk County Council’s claim that there is no money for a pedestrian crossing in the village.
The ongoing problem of dog poo on our pavements and grass verges was under discussion at Ingham Parish Council’s latest meeting. There have been complaints of dog mess left around the village, especially along The Street, Beauford Road, Culford Road and around the lychgate area.
If you are fascinated by local history and would like to play a part in helping future historians learn about where you live, here is an interesting volunteer opportunity as a Recorder with the Suffolk Local History Council.
Music lovers can look forward to a concert, featuring the Aquarius Singers and organist Jeremy Harding, to be held in St Bartholomew’s Church, Ingham on Saturday May 11th at 7.30pm.
A new year and a new clerk for Ingham Parish Council as Michelle Thompson takes over the role on January 1st 2019.
Ingham's redundant telephone kiosk is now home to a life-saving defibrillator, thanks to a dedicated campaign by the family of an Ingham man who died following a cardiac arrest.
Tickets are now on sale for the Ingham Playground Group Christmas Raffle.
The village Hallowe'en Trail raised nearly £140 towards the village playground fund. The childen voted the evening the 'best Hallowe'en ever' with many homes in the village joining in the fun with costumes, decorations and refreshments. You can see pictures on the group's facebook page (link at top of this page).