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  1. Annual Parish Meeting

    By Martin Hooker on May 22nd, 2018

    Subject to confirmation by the PC, the 2018 Annual Parish Meeting will be held in the Village Hall at 19:30 on Tuedday 22nd May. The Annual Parish Meeting, which is sponsored by the PC and led by its Chairperson, is the village's opportunity to …

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  2. Vacancy on the Parish Council

    By Martin Hooker on June 6th, 2017

    Owing to the resignation of Cllr John Chambers, a vacancy arose for the Office of Councillor for the Parish Council. In the absence of a formal request by 10 members of the community, by 9th May 2017, for an election to fill the said vacancy, the …

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  3. Gazeley Civic Pride Award 2016-17

    By Martin Hooker on June 6th, 2017

    CIVIC PRIDE AWARDS 2016-17  In an effort to encourage more civic pride in Gazeley and to recognise the outstanding contributions of those acting on behalf of the Village, Gazeley Parish Council instituted a Civic Pride Award, which may be awarded …

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  4. Speed Indication Device (SID)

    By Martin Hooker on June 6th, 2017

    SPEED INDICATION DEVICE (SID) The original Speed Indication Device (SID) that was procured jointly with Moluton PC in 2016 has been taken over by Moulton, since both villages decided that they needed their own, dedicated devices. A new SID has been …

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  5. Mill Meadow PRU

    By Lynne Francis on March 2nd, 2017

    The Secretary of State for Education has now given Suffolk County Council formal permission to close Mill Meadow PRU.  Discussions will now begin between Suffolk County Council and the Trustees of the educational charity which owns part of the site.

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  6. Mill Meadow PRU

    By Lynne Francis on February 15th, 2017

    Although staff and children have now moved to other sites in Suffolk, the school has not yet formally closed. This decision will be made by the Secretary of State.  The safety and security of the site will be maintained until its future is finally …

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  7. Planning

    By Lynne Francis on February 15th, 2017

    Permission has been given for a development of four houses at No.50, The Street.  The original building will be demolished and replaced with two houses of similar appearance to the existing house and two other houses will be constructed on land to …

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