Our Parish Clerk is :

Nicky Dunn: (clerk):  clerk@trimleystmary-pc.gov.uk         07795824733

 

 

 

 

Trimley St Mary Village Neighbourhood Watch Scheme

Trimley St Mary is now a whole village scheme joining together the three former schemes. The Parish Council would like to thank the work of the previous coordinators, Geoff, Jason and in particular Tony who is retiring after 30 years of running the Trimley East scheme. Tony and his team have been responsible for the Annual Christmas Tree Light Switch On which has been a well attended and successful event for many years and will be sadly missed. Tony has donated the assets of £780 from his scheme to the Parish Council, this in in addition to the £1,500 pledged by the P.C. and the very welcome donation of £750 from Cllr. Stuart Bird.

Some of these funds have been used print promotional materials that are available on request and in due course will be distributed throughout the village.

The new coordinator is Sue Cox who is also a Parish Councillor and she can be contacted at:-

trimleyneighbourhoodwatch@gmail.com

Neighbourhood Watch is not just an asset to help keep the village safe it encourages neighbours to look out for each other, particularly the vulnerable.

Although the work of Tony and his team will be a hard act to follow, the Parish Council will continue to provide a Christmas Tree with lights for the community to enjoy.

 

Watch this space for further updates.

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Road works on the A14 Soon

 

Walks in the rest of Suffolk

 

Greetings from the Coasts and Heaths - take a look!

 

 

Would you like to be the local history recorder for our village then read on!

Your Parish Council's Reponse to the Walton North Development

The latest Parish Plan

Footpath Maps and Walking Routes In Trimley St Mary

Footpath Maps and Walking Routes in Trimley St Martin

Welcome Hall - Hiring availability

Suffolk Community Foundation Can Help You

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U--HgaTKNzU

Suffolk Community Foundation- covid community fund

Suffolk Community Foundation-funding grant form

Mary Dain's Charity statement      

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Neighbourhood watch - useful links

Suffolk - http://suffolknwa.co.uk

Trimley East - http://www.trimleyeastnhw.onesuffolk.net/

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List of local businesses that will deliver during lockdown, and beyond, possibly

Whilst the new lockdown regulations don't formally advise shielding, vulnerable people (eg those over 60 or with pre-existing medical condition) are advised to avoid social contact outside their own homes wherever possible.
As a result, the multi agency "Home But Not Alone" service has reopened. It's available on 0800 876 6926, which is a free call from landlines and mobile phones; lines are open between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
This will be particularly relevant if you, a neighbour or a Suffolk-based relative are likely to have difficulty obtaining essential shopping or medication over the next four weeks.

AND THERE'S MORE.........

If you're suffering financial hardship, or need some support, call the Suffolk Advice and Support Services phone line on 0800 068 3131 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm).
They provide free professional advice on a range of topics.
More info:
 
 

 

Felixstowe-Ipswich train/bus timetable

 

Coach Times to London, Stanstead and Heathrow

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