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Wickhambrook Google Group - great for keeping up to date with news, info, items for sale etc from other members.

Apply to be added by sending an email to cb88online@gmail.com. Once confirmed as added (check junk mail folder) you will be able to send your news etc by sending emails to cb88online@googlegroups.com where your news etc will be distributed to everyone registered instantly.  To reply to posts you are interested in just click on your usual email reply as if you are sending a regular email and it will reach the sender.

Spread the word as this will only work with plenty of CB88 members so tell your friends, relatives and organisations who live within the CB8 area.

Wickhambrook Parish Council Minutes and Reports

Below are listed various Minutes of Parish Council and Estates Committee Meetings.

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Adobe pdf document Parish Council Agenda


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Kelly's Meadow Appeal Decision

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Parish Council meetings in 2014
All Parish Council meetings are held, once a month, on Thursdays at 7.30 pm in the MSC Pavilion (at the rear of the Main Hall). Any member of the public can attend any meeting.

Dates are as follows:
January 23rd, February 27th, March 27th , April 24th, May 22nd *, June 26th, July 24th, August 28th, September 25th, October 23rd and November 27th. There is no December meeting planned.
*Annual Parish Council meeting

Estates Committee meetings in 2014
All Estates Committee meetings are held on Thursdays of every second month in the MSC Pavilion. Any member of the public can attend.

Dates are as follows:
February 13th, April 10th, June 12th, August 14th, October 9th and December 11th.

The Annual Parish meeting has been arranged for Thursday 8th May. This will be held in the MSC Pavilion starting at 7.30pm.

Keep up to date with Parish matters by reading the Parish Council notice boards at Thorns Corner and at Clopton Park, looking at Wickhambrook website, making use of the Wickhambrook page on Facebook or by reading the Parish Council notes in the 'Scene'. If you need any further information contact any councillor (details on neighbouring notice) or the Clerk on 01440 821861 or parishclerk@wickhambrook.org.

Village Notices

Grit Heaps
During recent winters the help in spreading salt/grit and clearing snow and ice from pavements was greatly appreciated. We want to build on this support so we are prepared for the severe weather during the coming winter. We hope that those that have assisted in the past will continue to do so and that those who have not yet participated will consider their involvement this winter. In past winters the public were concerned that if they helped to clear snow they may have been liable for third party claims. Suffolk County Council can confirm that anyone who clears snow from outside their own or someone else's property would only be liable for an accident if their efforts actually made the pavement less safe than it was with the snow and ice undisturbed and as a result somebody is injured. Where Town and Parish Councils keep a list of the names of their volunteers then these people would then be covered under the terms of the County Council's insurances for public liabilities.

If you are able to volunteer please contact Roger Medley, Clerk to the Parish Council, 01440 821861.

Bury Road playground
The small playground on Bury Road in the Clopton area has been the responsibility of Havebury Housing. Havebury does not have the expertise within the organisation to check and maintain the play equipment on a regular basis and have suggested that the small fenced area be gifted to the Parish Council.

New equipment, swings, a rocker cum see saw and safety tiling, has been installed and a RoSPA certificate has been issued. The handover will take place in the near future.

We need someone who lives locally to inspect the area on a regular basis, say once a week, and note if there is anything of concern. If that person is willing to give a verbal report at the Estates Meeting, held on a Tuesday every second month, so much the better. The next meetings are on 10th April and 12th June. Monthly playground inspections will be carried out by Borough staff and an annual visit will be made by an independent professional. Any volunteers? Please contact the Parish Clerk on 01440 821861 if you are willing to give it a try.


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General Information

Correspondence for the Parish Council should be sent to
The Parish Council Clerk
6 Coltsfoot Close
Wickhambrook
Newmarket
Suffolk. CB8 8UP.
(if you wish to correspond directly with one of the Parish Councillors, then please contact the Clerk for details).

GRIT HEAPS
The grit heaps around the village have been replenished. Anyone who is using the heaps to spread on the roads should give their names to the Parish Clerk please so that they are covered by the County Council insurance for any resulting mishaps. 

POTHOLES - VERGES AND HEDGES
The Parish Council invite you to Report Problems such as potholes, verges and hedges.  We have created a map where you can mark your reference point and tell us the relevant information.

Documents
- Complaints Procedure
- Standing Orders

Information to read from St Edmundsbury Borough Council
- Rural News
- Economic Development Services
- ARC Park and Ride Leaflet
- Boundary Committee News

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