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DK9 Security for the Residents of Barham

22 December 2020

BARHAM PARISH COUNCIL ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THAT DK9 SECURITY, WILL NOW CARRY OUT SECURITY PATROLS WITHIN BARHAM.

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Kirby Rise - Potential Pay Area

21 December 2020

15th December 2020

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Barham Planning Survey - Application 1856/17, Norwich Road/Church Lane, Barham

26 November 2020

Barham Parish Council would like to thank everyone who took the time to complete and return the planning survey questionnaire.  The Parish Council took the view that a survey would not only help to understand the views of residents, but also wanted to look behind an in-principle objection and understand to other reasons for objection. We also wanted to understand what infrastructure and services the community feels are needed to support new housing.

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Welcome to Barham Village

18 November 2020

Welcome to Barham - Please drive with care

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Remembrance 2020

13 November 2020

Barham Parish Council marks Remembrance Day 2020

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Speeding Enforcement

28 October 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. The motion will be proposed at Full Council on 22nd October.  Two critical paragraphs from the motion are:

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River Gipping Trust, New Bridge & Footpath

14 October 2020

Barham Parish Council are delighted to support the River Gipping Trust (RGT).  The RGT is in the process of restoring part of the footpath upstream of Baylham Mill to its original position along the river’s towpath. This includes the re-establishment of a footbridge not used for around 70 years. The primary objective is to improve the walking experience of those that use the Gipping Way.

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