A planning application for the development of a commercial glasshouse and supporting facilities at Place Farm in Ingham has been received by St. Edmundsbury Borough Council.
Low Carbon Farming 6 Ltd has submitted the plans which include (i) Commercial glasshouse with packing facility and office space, with reservoirs, car parking and landscaping, (ii) new access and (iii) connection to sewage treatment works at Place Farm, The Street Ingham.
The Parish Council has a vacancy for the role of Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer.
Suffolk Highways has declared war on the potholes which are opening up on the county’s roads, following one of the worst winters in recent years.
Eyes in the skies could be a lifesaver
It is no defence to claim ignorance of the dog’s action
Do you have grown-up grandchildren? Would you like to take part in a new TV programme?
One of the most important milestones in the unique history of Bury St Edmunds is to be marked with a series of millennium celebrations. In three years’ time, it will be exactly 1,000 years since the foundation of the Benedictine Monastery in Bury St Edmunds by King Canute.
When Daniel Fawcett started a weekend job helping Nick Wiseman, a professional gardener, he inspired his parents to join the business too.
Forest Heath District and St Edmundsbury Borough Councils are looking at the creation of a new single council for west Suffolk. Their aim is to offer a more efficient and cost-effective service in the face of challenges such as increased population, demand on health care and the effects of reduced funding.
Those of us tempted to drive a little too quickly along Culford Road will have seen the new 30mph flashing speed limit sign. The portable sign, arranged by Ingham Parish Council after local residents raised concerns about drivers speeding in the village, will be moved at regular intervals and will help collect data on traffic speeds.