The Woodbridge Town Council Climate Emergency Committee had been in discussion with Earthwatch for several months and had allocated £10,000 from its budget to the Tiny Forest project.
The Council acted quickly on Friday 23rd October to offer financial support to pay for
free school meals in LOCAL Primary Schools over half-term.
Woodbridge Town Council, the Woodbridge Branch of the Royal British Legion and our local clergy jointly organise the public service held on the Market Hill on the Sunday nearest to November 11th, in order that townsfolk can pay their respects to those who served, and those who fell, on Remembrance Day.
Notice of Casual Vacancy - Riverside Ward
Notice of Casual Vacancy - Seckford Ward
The Mayor of Woodbridge, Councillor Sue Bale, was delighted to accept on behalf of the Emergency Response Group and our wonderful volunteers a certificate of recognition from Radio Suffolk, for which we had been nominated by a member of the public for 'Making a Difference' during the pandemic.
Further to the announcement of Friday 31st July, the play areas on Elmhurst Park, Fen Meadow and Kingston Field will open tomorrow morning, Tuesday 4th August, initially for a trial period until Sunday 9th August. Please bear with us in the morning whilst the Locum Town Clerk and Gardener attend to each area and make them ready for use. There will be detailed information provided at each location for users to read.
Woodbridge Town Council have taken a risk-averse stance during the current Covid-19 pandemic, taking early decisions to allow staff to work from home and holding meetings virtually from early March.
NOTIFICATION TO LEGAL TO MAKE A TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER – EMERGENCY ON PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY
Playgrounds in Woodbridge managed by Woodbridge Town Council (Elmhurst Park, Fen Meadow and Kingston Field) will continue to remain closed.