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Week 14th June 2021 DK9 Security recorded the following;Teenagers on the picnic site shouting verbal abuse.Highly dangerous pot hole at the site entrance on Sandy Lane, reported again to Highways.Traffic light signs on Norwich Road, knocked over by a group of people, they then put a traffic cone in the middle of the road.
Barham Parish Council has instructed Suffolk County Council to keep the street lights in Barham switched on during the night.
Barham Parish Council were disappointed to hear about the closure of the Barham and Claydon surgery.
Barham Parish Council will be holding an Extraordinary Meeting on Wednesday 9th June 2021, 7pm in Barham Church Hall to;
DK9 recorded the following activities;
DK9 weekly activity from 10th May 2021Reported to police an incident of Drug Driving, but police would not attend.Gas cylinders found on Church Road.
Babergh and Did Suffolk District Council has advised that paper bank collections in the districts will stop.
"Big Lunch" Picnic with Good Neighbour SchemeGREAT NEWS EVERYONE!
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DK9 dealt with the following incidents;
DK9 dealt with the following;Suspicious activity at the Picnic Site.Flytipping.Disturbed and moved on suspicious males in Phillips Road.Found a push bike left in Sandy Lane.Dog left in a parked car.Suspicious person who had caused concern all week was reported to the police who attended to view evidence on CCTV.
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At the recent Barham Parish Council meeting the major issue of speeding vehicles throughout the whole of Barham was again discussed.
DK9 dealt with the following activities;
Some of the activity which DK9 reported the week 30th March 2021;
Barham Parish Council are now the proud owners of a 2nd VAS sign, located by De Saumarez Drive, on Norwich Road.
Fly Tipping is not acceptable and is a criminal offence resulting in prosecution.
DK9 Security week 8th March to 21st March
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The Parish Council received this praise and thanks from a village resident for the services of DK9 Security..................
Some of the activity which DK9 security reported, week of 1st March 2021
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Barham Parish Council would like to acknowledge the generous donation of £2005.00 which our Suffolk County Councillor has given towards the new vehicle activated speed sign.
The site has undergone a substantial amount of work to make it a viable fishery and to save the river bank from eroding away after decades of minimal maintenance, turning the venue into a special place for all wildlife.
DK9 ReportsBarham Parish Council would like the DK9 security patrols to be made public to the village.
The outline planning application for 269 dwellings on land north of Church Lane was heard on Wednesday 27th January 2021, at the Mid Suffolk Planning Referrals Committee.
The two planning applications for Church Lane in Barham and Ely Road in Claydon are due to be considered at the Mid Suffolk District Council Planning Referrals Committee on 27th January 2021.
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Ipswich roads will not be able to cope with vast development on the fringes of the town without mitigation measures from neighbouring councils, it has been warned.
BARHAM PARISH COUNCIL ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THAT DK9 SECURITY, WILL NOW CARRY OUT SECURITY PATROLS WITHIN BARHAM.
15th December 2020
Barham Parish Council would like to thank everyone who took the time to complete and return the planning survey questionnaire.
Welcome to Barham - Please drive with care
Barham Parish Council marks Remembrance Day 2020
The Suffolk County Council Liberal Democrat, Green and Independent Group is to introduce to Council a motion proposing a default 20mph speed limit for roads in residential areas and communities across Suffolk’s towns and villages, with 30mph limits to be retained only in exceptional circumstances.
Barham Parish Council are delighted to support the River Gipping Trust (RGT).
Planning Application - 1856/17Proposed Residential Development, Land North West of Church Lane, Barham