A very informative presentation was given by Natural England to the Parishes of Boyton and Hollesley on Wednesday 15th February. The presentation can be viewed here; please ask if you would like further details
Hollesley Parish Council run a beautiful allotment site, between the Street and Hollesley Primary School. At present we have 2 plots available. If you are considering taking on a plot please contact the Clerk who will be pleased to show you the available ones
Hollesley Parish Council are holding a Spring Bazaar on Saturday 18th March, 9.30am at Hollesley Village Hall. There will be crafts, cakes, coffee and chat. We look forward to seeing you.
SID is Hollesley Parish Council's new Speed Indicator Device. He will be situated on one of 4 or 5 poles around the village and will monitor speed of vehicles in the village. If you would like to help with the repositioning of SID once a month, please call Judi on 411405
Hollesley Parish Council would like to wish all parishioners, and their families, a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
The telephone kiosk at Virtues Corner has been earmarked for decommissioning by BT. If you feel strongly that the Parish Council should fight for it to remain please let us know.
Despite having a few enquiries, Hollesley Parish Council are still looking to co-opt a Councillor. If you are interested please contact the Clerk on 01394 411405
Have you ever walked the Blue Bell Walk through Poplar Park? This path is not a designated footpath but the Parish Council are hoiping to have it re-classified as so. If you have any experiences of walking the path over the past 30 years please let us know.
7th February saw the launch of the Hollesley Grapevine. This is an electronic news broadcasting service, working beside the brilliant Village Voices monthly newsletter.
Hollesley Parish Council welcomes Steve Young as our new Parish Councillor. Steve has lived in Hollesley for 30 years and has recently retired from working at Sizewell.