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Accounts and Audit Information 2019-20

29 June 2020

The Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 and the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 require that:

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27 June 2020

It is with disappointment that the Parish Council has been advised that the allotments on Glassfield Road are being targeted by someone on a regular basis.


Action Plan 2020-21

21 June 2020

The Parish Council has now approved its Action Plan for the Financial Year 2020-21. The details of the Action Plan can be found here

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Refurbished Multi Goal on the Recreation Ground

18 June 2020

The Multi Goal on the recreation ground has now been refurbished with welding, painting and a new back board and net and is looking good!

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Information from Suffolk Police

16 June 2020

Latest information from West Suffolk Police Insp Paisley continues to liaise with West Suffolk Council re 'Creating Safer Places' Information is contained in link here https://imsva91-tp.trendmicro.com:443/wis/clicktime/v1/query?url=https%3a%2f%2fwww.westsuffolk.gov.uk%2fcoronavirus%2fsafer%2dplaces%2f&umid=5221B5EC-A7F4-C605-A133-FE0712A3FB51&auth=76a36a0301cf7179612a4414203a61368905a968-55f450f5f2f2d89a3c9b38391bea7a5056274f97 Please be aware that we will not be policing queues outside shops and businesses routinely but clearly happy to support and engage and offer advice if required. We are promoting our 1st principle campaign which relates to crime prevention advice and can be found on our website. We are promoting police connect which is information regarding certain crimes in local area again can be found on our website. We want to raise awareness of our work regarding any HATE crime and this is a priority for us. The TERRORISM prevent campaign has been successful in the past www.gov.uk and the unfortunate times we now find ourselves as community/world could led to us discussing the prevent campaign in more detail so feel free to review their website and review any advice or discuss with me further. Our current crime trends: all are low but trends at now emerging for the following: Theft from cars in beauty areas and isolated car parks Theft catalytic converters, Bury hospital and random streets IN BSE but could be coming out local villages Theft bikes - residential streets in BSE but some villages and Brentgovel Street in BSE Information on Crime in this area can be found at https://www.suffolk.police.uk/your-area/bury-st-edmunds

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