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Temporarily suspension of pre-purchase of graves in Hollesley New Cemetery

11 January 2021

At their meeting in December 2020, HPC decided to temporarily suspend the pre-purchase of grave plots in the New Cemetery. The reason for this is that a number of plots have recently been purchased by young people; possibly as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic; these plots will conceivably not be used for decades to come. If this practice continues, it may be the case that, in the near future, families of residents who have passed away may find that space is limited.

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Temporarily suspension of pre-purchase of graves in Hollesley New Cemetery

4 January 2021

At their meeting December 2020, HPC decided to temporarily suspend the pre-purchase of grave plots in the New Cemetery. The reason for this is that a number of plots have recently been purchased by young people. These plots will possibly not be used for decades to come. If this practice continues, it may be the case that, in the near future, families of residents who have passed away may find that space is limited.

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Where is the New Play Equipment?

25 November 2020

HPC recently made a decision to postpone installation of the five new pieces of Play Equipment until the Spring of 2021. Sorry to all the young people who were hoping to be playing on it now, but the short days and Coronavirus restrictions would have made installation at this time a difficult process.

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New Councillor WANTED

11 November 2020

Following the resignation of Cllr. Coyne after the September 2020 meeting, East Suffolk Council have now given permission for HPC to co-opt a new Councillor. If you are over 18, a UK Citizen and are on the Electoral Register for the village then you qualify (there are other qualifying criteria). If you are interested in joining us why not give the Clerk a call on 01394 411405 and find out more. 

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Hollesley Grapevine

28 October 2020

The Village Voices is a fantastic parish magazine serving many villages on the Deben Peninsula. However, due to printing requirements the news can be three or four weeks out of date. To be alerted to the latest news you really need to sign up to the Hollesley Grapevine. This media simply sends an e-mail to you with the latest update. It may be a road closed, or a missing dog, or news of the work the Parish Council is continuing to carry out with the Ministry of Justice with regard to residents at HMP & YOI Hollesley Bay.

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Goodbye to Sutton Heath Football Club

13 October 2020

Just to let you know, Sutton Heath Football Club have decided to move to Sutton Memorial Hall and Recreation Ground for their home matches. We wish them all the very best for the seasons to come

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Deben Ward's Mini Park and Ride

29 September 2020

Many of you will have seen the Grapevine message sent in August regarding improvements to the number 71 bus that serves some of the Deben Ward villages.

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Parish Council Grants

17 September 2020

By virtue of various pieces of legislation, the Parish Council is permitted to give grants to groups and organisations who provide a service or benefit to the community.

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HPC meets the Governor – Do you have a question for him?

1 September 2020

You will have read the excellent article in the August edition of the Village Voices by the HMP and YOI Hollesley Bay prison Governor, Mr Garry Newnes. This article was prompted by the latest meeting between Garry and representatives of both Hollesley and Boyton Parish Councils.

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Mary Warner Education Foundation

29 July 2020

Do you know a young person who needs a grant for education purposes? The Mary Warner Educational Foundation provides grants to people under the age of 25, in need of financial assistance for education purposes and who live in Hollesley and the surrounding villages.

Past grants have included funds for young people finding it difficult to get to college or higher education, outfits, clothing, tools, instruments and books.

If you would like to know more please contact:
Jonathan Margarson (Clerk to the Trustees)
jmargarson@crossram.co.uk
01986 873636

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