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Fund-raising drive for new playground

30 July 2018

A major fund-raising drive is under way after Ingham Parish Council secured a long-term lease to install a new playground for local children in the village.

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New councillor for Ingham

26 July 2018

Councillor Kevin Pryke has been co-opted to Ingham Parish Council. This brings the number of councillors back to its full membership of seven.

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Good Neighbours scheme

25 July 2018

Just a reminder that the Good Neighbours Scheme continues to provide help and assistance to people in Ingham, Ampton and Livermere.

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Council boundary consultation

25 July 2018

New electoral arrangements for West Suffolk Council.

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Contact Matt Hancock MP

25 July 2018

Matt Hancock, newly appointed health secretary and MP for West Suffolk, will deal with constituents' concerns by post, email, phone, in person or via his app. He also holds regular surgeries in Haverhill, Newmarket, Brandon, Mildenhall and throughout West Suffolk.

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Sale Trail is back

24 July 2018

Not sure what to do with all those unwanted household items lurking at the back of the shed? Ingham Sale Trail is back by popular demand and gives householders a great way of selling their stuff from their front garden or drive.

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Thurston College open evenings

19 July 2018

If your children are moving up to secondary education this autumn, you may be interested in two Open Evenings hosted by Thurston Community College and Thurston Sixth: Beyton Campus.

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Burglary in village

13 July 2018

Police are appealing for information following a burglary at a home in Culford Road on Tuesday 10th July.

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Commercial glasshouse planning application

12 July 2018

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.

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Parish Clerk vacancy

4 July 2018

The Parish Council has a vacancy for the role of Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer.

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