The Annual Meeting for the Parishes of Kirton & Falkenham will be held via Zoom this year (Please contact the Clerk on 01394 448783 or email K&FPC@gmail.com for joining details)
Suffolk County Council and Police and Crime Commissioner elections are scheduled for Thursday 6 May 2021.
A campaign has been launched to encourage Suffolk residents/businesses to donate laptops and tablets for school children to learn at home.
Details of revised bin collection arrangements following the recent snow disruption can be viewed here
The NHS have today advised that all those over 70 should book their Covid vaccination now, and not await an invitation from the NHS. if you have grandparents, relatives and friends over 70, please encourage them to book an appointment as soon as possible.
There is currently a Met Office warning of 5cm to 10 cm snow and Ice, accompanied by strong winds, between Saturday midday through to Sunday and possibly Monday. For updates monitor local and national media.
A new service is now live to help you find your NHS number. This is one of the questions that will be asked when you need your covid vaccination and when people don’t know, they phone their GP surgery.
NHS Number Finder
From Monday 25th, there are service changes on the Felixstowe line, between 08 and 16 hours, there will only be a two-hourly service. There will be no 08.25 ex Ipswich but otherwise the times outside of these hours remain unchanged. Greater Anglia have not yet said if there will be any alterations to the weekend trains. The Ipswich Park & Ride service has been temporarily suspended. It's probably only a matter of time before First look at our two buses. At present, the 73 and 79 are still running to timetable but with very few passengers.
The Suffolk-wide Covid response Communications Group has created a new vaccination webpage which has now been added to the Suffolk County Council website.
Kirton & Falkenham Parish Council have received the attached Award for recognition of the Outstanding Service to the Community during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
This, however, was not an achievement made by the PC alone but by the kind, considerate and selfless support offered by so many villagers to help friends and neighbours within our community.