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Kingston Field update

22 October 2021

Users of Kingston Field may have noticed that trackway has this morning been laid to facilitate the works to upgrade the play area, which is scheduled to being next Monday at 9am, and to protect the field from damage.

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Woodbridge Remembrance Day Services 2021

14 October 2021

The Town Mayor, Councillor Sue Bale invites members of the public to join her at the Woodbridge Remembrance Day Services 2021, which will return back to Market Hill and the new cemetery

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Job Vacancy - Deputy Town Clerk

6 October 2021

Woodbridge Town Council is looking for a Deputy Town Clerk to join their team.

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LIFE AFTER COVID...

29 September 2021

LIFE AFTER COVID …

The impact of Covid continues to affect so many people in new ways. 

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Market Hill telephone kiosk - we'd love your opinion

24 September 2021

Woodbridge Town Council will soon take ownership of the Market Hill telephone kiosk. 

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Elmhurst Park play area update - Have your say!

24 September 2021

In 2022 Woodbridge Town Council will be updating it's play area in Elmhurst Park, and we want users to help us to choose the most suitable items of play equipment for inclusion. 

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New Traffic Rules in the Thoroughfare

27 August 2021

Tfare rulesWoodbridge Thoroughfare is part of the public highway and Suffolk County Council is the Highways Authority.

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The Melton Hill Council Offices Development - Press Release

25 August 2021

Please see a press release from East Suffolk Council in regards to the former Council offices on Melton Hill.

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Asylum Seekers in Woodbridge

24 August 2021

Woodbridge Town Council has just been informed that the anticipated arrival of the 14 asylum seeker families has been put back to September or October this year. The arrangements for  provision of their accommodation and support remains as previously stated. Suffolk Refugee Support is aware of the delay and will be adjusting their own timetable of activities accordingly.

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