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…the Parish Council has regretably had to accept the resignation of Councillor Martin Lumb.

Martin has provided a very positive input to the work of the Parish Council over his tenure, including just last year undertaking training and assisting in the release of the fireworks at the anual bonfire evening. He reassured the Parish Council that …

Read more With many thanks for all of his help…

Do you want to contribute to where you live; give a new perspective on what needs doing, bring new skills and experience, identify and drive change, help the community and more?

Why not become a Parish Councillor, no experience or qualification is required, just an ability to work for the community and collaboratively with fellow Councillors …

Read more Could you be a Parish Councillor?

In another odd ‘going on’, it seems that despite numerous notices advising that the Annual Bonfire and Fireworks display was cancelled and that no materials should be left on the Recreation Ground some kind soul donated a eucalyptus tree, placing it on last years bonfire site.

So, if you have mislaid a eucalyptus tree recently, perhaps …

Read more Have you mislaid a eucalyptus tree?

Virtual meeting of the Parish Council
7.00pm Wednesday 28th October 2020
If members of the public or press wish to join the virtual meeting, please contact the Clerk for connection details. If however you are unable to join and wish to have any of the information regarding the business transacted at the meeting please contact the Clerk …

Read more Notice of October Virtual Meeting of Kelsale-cum-Carlton Parish Council

On the 23rd September 2020 the East Suffolk Local Plan was adopted by East Suffolk Council, effectively bringing to a conclusion a process that Kelsale-cum-Carlton Parish Council have fully participated in since 2017.

The Local Plan amongst other wide ranging land use issues identifies the allocated increase in housing planned for Kelsale-cum-Carlton through to the mid …

Read more East Suffolk Local Plan

On September 15th The Local Government Boundary Commission for England published draft recommendations for new divisions, division boundaries, and division names for Suffolk County Council.

They are now inviting comments on their recommendations with the consultation closing on 23 November 2020.

These recommendations include placing Kelsale-cum-Carlton in the SCC ‘Framlingham Ward’

You can get further information by going …

Read more The Local Government Boundary Commission – County Council Review

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