A list like this will, by its very nature, quickly become out of date. If you have any additions or amendments which you would like to make to the list please contact the Hon Clerk.
(List last amended May 2016)
|Framlingham||Framlingham Medical Practice
Pembroke Road, Framlingham, Woodbridge
|Saxmundham||Saxmundham Health Group
Lambsale Meadow, Saxmundham
|Wickham Market||Wickham Market Medical Centre
Chapel Lane, Wickham Market
Suffolk Careline is a new service that enables vulnerable residents to call for immediate assistance at the touch of a button. For more details vist the Careline website.
For all emergencies dial 999
Community police support is provided by PCSO Kevin Mann, who can be contacted by phoning 101
“Ever thought of joining our #SuffolkSpecialConstabulary?
The special constabulary is a force of trained volunteers who work with and support their local police. 'Specials', as special constables are known, come from all walks of life - they are teachers, taxi drivers, accountants and secretaries, or any number of other careers - and they all volunteer a minimum of four hours a week to their local police force, forming a vital link between the regular (full-time) police and the local community.
Once they have completed their training, they have the same powers as regular officers and wear a similar uniform.
Our next recruitment event in the #Halesworth policing area will be on the 26th of January 2019 at the Rifle Hall, London Road, Halesworth IP19 8LR between 10am & 1pm. It's a chance to come along & speak with serving Special Constabualry Officers as well as 'regular' colleagues.
For further information about police recruitment, see this link
Citizens Advice Bureau
The Leiston CAB website can be accessed by clicking on this link. http://www.leistoncab.org
There are branches of Barclays in Framlingham and Saxmundham, and HSBC in Saxmundham.
DC Patrick of Framlingham delivers in the village Monday - Saturday. Phone Gerald on 01728 724414
Dairy Crest deliver on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Tel: 01473 744602
Garry Bull and Glen High deliver fresh fish from Lowestoft on Thursdays.
Tel: Garry - 07970293631 or Glen - 07881555287
Dale's Fruit Drop visits on Wednesdays, 1.30pm.
If you would like more information on local green initiatives please click on this link: http://greenerfram.co.uk/drupal/
Recycling Hosehold Waste
Details of the Household Waste Recycling Centres extended opening times can be found HERE
For details of the local sites see http://www.greensuffolk.org/recycling/HWRC/foxhall-hwrc/?stage=Live
Bed and Breakfast
Ron and Jill Smith provide B&B accommodation in the village. They can be contacted for information and reservations by phone: 01728 663767 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or by post: Dumgoyne, Gt Glemham, Saxmundham, Suffolk IP17 2DH.
Grade II listed, C16th village house in Great Glemham offering Luxury B&B; 3 double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms which have been sympathetically modernised. 10 minutes drive from Snape Maltings.
Contact Sasha on 07785 301064 or email email@example.com
There are two Trusts with funds available to residents of the village.
Great Glemham Church School Trust makes cash gifts to children, adults and village organisations for general and educational purposes. Applications should be addressed to Mrs Nicola Redman (Chairman) at The Cottage, The Street, Great Glemham, IP17 2DA.
The Great Glemham Church Lands Trust (Non Ecclesiastical Branch) makes grants to groups and organisations for the benefit of village residents. Applications should addressed to Mrs Jill Wilson, Hawthorns, Low Road, Great Glemham.
Charities supported by Parish Council
In 2010 - 2011 the Parish Council made grants to the following:
- East Anglian Air Ambulance
- Sufolk Wildlife Trust
- Leiston CAB
- Coastal Accessible Transport Service
- St Elizabeth Hospice
- Great Glemham Village Hall
- Great Glemham PCC (Burial ground maintenance)
- Disability Advice Service
In addition to the Charities supported directly by the Parish Council, the Great Glemham community holds an annual Charities Fete, which, as the name suggests, divides its proceeds between Six Charities each year. The 2016 fete was held on Saturday 16th June. A total of £2200 was raised, and shared between the following charities:
- Red Cross
- East Anglia's Children's Hospices
- East Anglian Air Ambulance
- Suffolk Animal Rescue
The 2017 fete will be held on Saturday 17th June on Butcher's Field, starting at 1pm
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