Elections are now open for anyone wanting to find out what being a Councillor in your local Parish like. If you feel you can make a positive difference to shaping the future of Gislingham please contact the clerk for the nomination papers.
The Police had to be called over the School Half Term to Gislingham Charity Meadow Playing Fields. More details can be found on our Facebook Page.
A link has been provided below for anyone who needs to report something to the police.
The Mobile Post Office began on Friday 7th and broke down on Monday 11th March, we are hoping it will be back on the road for Friday 15th March.
Our next Parish Council meeting is 18th March 2019 at the Village Hall 7:30pm. An agenda for the meeting and the latest minutes are now available in 'Latest Minutes & Agenda'
You now have a quick link to report potholes and problems with footpaths on our updated links below.
UK POWER NETWORKS HAVE BEEN IN TOUCH. If you lose power or see damage to the electricity network please dial 105 from a corded phone or mobile to report it. You can also visit UK POWER NETWORKS to enter your postcode and view a map of your area.
This Website is being updated, should anyone have any queries related to information they cannot find, please direct them to the Parish Clerk (Teresa) at the email email@example.com or tel: 07719208444, you can also visit Teresa between the hours of 9:30am-3pm Monday to Friday for any urgent matters.
Is located in the red telephone box on the Village Hall green.
The training DVD is available from the Village Shop.
Rickinghall Community Bus is available to hire for 50p per mile. It seats up to 8 people. For more information ring 01379 897109.
Even though you might be feeling great, if you're over forty you might be at risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, diabetes or dementia. A FREE NHS Health Check can help you reduce these risks and make sure that you stay healthy. Having the health check will better prepare you for the future and will enable you to take steps to maintain and improve your health. For further details click here ......
For the latest Parish Council news View the Chairmans News Here....
Anglian Water Pollution Watch
Anglian Water are introducing a new campaign to spot, report and stop sewage pollution incidents as quickly as possible and minmise the impact to the environment. For more details click here .......
If you have any information about people committing burglary or selling stolen goods you can tell the independent charity Crimestoppers ananymously. Cash rewards of up to £1000 are available. For more information click here .......
Warm Homes Healthy People
Suffolk County Council have assistance to help people make their homes warmer and healthier, ideally keeping them out of hospital and GP surgeries. We have recently won a few large pots of money, one of which focuses on FREE first time central heating for those who currently don't have it. Attached are more details, could we please ask councils to help us reach those vulnerable members of the community who may need help with heating or insulating their home. For more details click here .......
You can report a crime taking place here: Report Something
Community Speedwatch is on the radar
As a result of views expressed in the Parish Plan concerning speeding in the village, the Parish Council organized Speedwatch initiative for Gislingham is up and running. Co-ordinator, Graham Sullivan organises volunteers and passes reports to Suffolk Constabulary. Email Graham to volunteer firstname.lastname@example.org
Suffolk County Council's Transport Strategy encourages cycling and running. A copy of their Smarter Choices newsletter can be found by clicking here.
Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau
Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau has launched a new website. The new site is much easier for clients to navigate and find the advice they need to solve their problem or to find out how to get in touch with them. It has a fresh look and provides the visitor with more information about them and the services they offer. Please take a look at the site at www.midsuffolkcab.org.uk