An annual award and prize of £50 is made to to a Person or Organisation, who has made an outstanding contribution to the life, or name of the town during the preceding twelve months.
Public Notice of Road Works in Cumberland Street in Woodbridge on 18th July 2022
The Falklands Conflict started on 2 April 1982 and was the first military action since the Second World War that utilised all elements of the Armed Forces.
The town's people of Woodbridge welcomed the Freedom Parade Friday 10th June on a fabulous sunny day, where crowds gathered to watch the 23 Parachute Engineer Regiment, 70 Gurkhas Squadron, Royal British Legion and the Royal Navy Faslane Scotland marching from Burkitt Road down Threatre Street to Market Hill on towards New Street, St John's and through the Thoroughfare and back up Church Street to Market Hill before ending with a Drumhead Service.
'Woodbridge Town Council & Churches Together
The parade begins at St Mary's Church of England School, via Burkitt Road at 10am, through the town and back to Market Hill.
Time and date agreed for a public consultation on the Melton Hill site.