A great response was recently received to our plea for a Footpaths Warden to step forward. Three keen residents have put their name in the hat and the role will be split between them. If you notice an issue with a footpath please contact the Parish Council on 01394 411405
Further to a recent announcement from HMP & YOI Hollesley Bay (see page 19 of the September Village Voices) a Public Meeting has been arranged for:
The Governor of HMP and YOI Hollesley Bay has recently written to Hollesley Parish Council regarding a change in the category of personnel to be held at the prison. The full letter can be read here.
Hollesley Parish Council are currently seeking two new Councillors. If you think you could step up to the mark please contact the Parish Clerk who will be delighted to speak to you
Please be aware that Hollesley Parish Council will be holding an additional meeting on Monday 14th May. The meeting will be held in the Village Hall Committee Room from 6.00pm. The agenda is available on the notice boards and on our 'Meetings' page.
For your information, the Police/Safer Neighbourhood Team Community Van will be visiting Hollesley on Monday 30th April, 2.00pm ~ 3.30pm in the Shepherd and Dog Public House Car Park.
This is a great opportunity to speak to the Police and SNT and to obtain advice from them.
Hollesley's Annual Parish Meeting is tonight; 7.30pm at the Village Hall - see you there!
Following the recent resignation of Cllr Tom Daly, Hollesley Parish Council now has a further vacancy for a Councillor. It is likely that we will be in a position to co-opt at the April meeting (Thursday 19th April, 7.30pm at the Village Hall). If you are interested in joining us please come along to the meeting or contact the Parish Clerk on 01394 411405 for further details.
Over the next few days the forecast is for quite a bit of snow. During this time, please look out for elderly neighbours or those who may need assistance and whose carers can't get through. Sometimes all it takes is a quick phone call or a knock on the door to check all is ok. Thank you
You will remember the disruption a badger's sett caused to the Shingle Street Road last year? Unfortunately the badgers are back again and trying to re-dig their sett. SCC Highways are aware of and are monitoring the situation and measures to prevent the sett being dug under the bridge again were taken.