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Woodbridge Remembrance Day Services

17 October 2018

Woodbridge Remembrance Day Services

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Your town needs you!

25 September 2018

The Thoroughfare has been shortlisted in the Great British High Street Awards. 

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Save the Date

11 September 2018

Save the Date - The Mayor's Charity Ball and Woodbridge on Show in 2019! 

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Woodbridge Town Council Supports Red Ensign Day

28 August 2018

Fly the Red Ensign for Merchant Navy Day, the day that the Country remembers the service of Merchant Navy seafarers, is celebrated on 3 September 2018, with commemorations continuing all week. Red Ensigns will fly across the Country including in Woodbridge to mark the service of these brave men and women.

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Operation of the floodgate at Whisstocks Place

16 August 2018

We have had several queries regarding the operation of the floodgate at Whisstocks Place during its recent closure. This notice will attempt to answer questions that have been raised about its operation.

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Police Chief and PCC on tour 2018

17 July 2018

Suffolk Constabulary’s Chief Constable Gareth Wilson and Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore begin tour Suffolk in August 2018. 

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Suffolk Coastal Local Plan - Public drop in sessions

17 July 2018

Suffolk Coastal District Council is producing a new Local Plan, setting out a strategy for growth and development across the District to 2036. 

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Declaration of Result - Kyson ward

13 July 2018

Following yesterdays by-election in the Kyson ward of Woodbridge, we are pleased to welcome Sue Bale to Woodbridge Town Council. 

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Woodbridge Town Council Press Release

6 July 2018

Pursuant to today's article in the East Anglian Daily Times please click here to read our full press release. 

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East Suffolk ward boundaries - Have your say

3 July 2018

In May 2018, the government agreed to set up a new local authority called East Suffolk District Council.

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