Queen's 90th Celebration

Diane Reynolds chatting with Sally Day

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Queen's 90th Celebration

Queen's 90th Celebration

Revd. Carol Mansell enjoying conversation during the celebrations

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Queen's 90th Celebration

Queen's 90th Celebration

People enjoying the party, meeting and chatting

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Queen's 90th Celebration

Queen's 90th Celebration

Dark clouds gathering - yet the sun continued to shine on the celebrations

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Queen's 90th Celebration

Queen's 90th Celebration

A view from The Street showing the party bathed in sunshine

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Queen's 90th Celebration

Queen's 90th Celebration

Three generations enjoy the party, Dora with her granddaughter Toni, and Polly (seated in blue to the left)

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Queen's 90th Celebration

Queen's 90th Celebration

Arthur Grosset with Jacqueline Clarke

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Queen's 90th Celebration

Queen's 90th Celebration

David Whitehead and Don Reynolds standing with Rachel, the bar manager from The Swan.

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Queen's 90th Celebration

Local Recycling Changes
From Wednesday 1 June 2016, the opening hours at Suffolk’s Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) will be changing to offer site users extended hours on Sundays, Bank Holidays, and on a Thursday evening during the summer months, reflecting the times when the sites are most used and needed by residents. Read more here

School Site Update!
Suffolk County Council invite organisations with interest in the former Monks Eleigh primary school site, to submit their business plans for consideration.
Visit our page and documents here:
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About our village
 

Monks Eleigh is a small and pretty parish village in the south of the beautiful county of Suffolk. It lies within the District of Babergh, and can be found just to the south and east of the historic wool town of Lavenham and is close neighbours with the picturesque villages of Kersey and Chelsworth. Nearby are the towns of Hadleigh, Long Melford and Sudbury, with Stowmarket, Bury St. Edmunds and the county town of Ipswich also within easy reach. Read more...

What's on...?
 

The April and May 2016 edition of What's On in Monks Eleigh is now on-line. Read more here...

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Highway Reporting
 

Monks Eleigh Parish Council
You can use the HIGHWAY REPORTING TOOL at www.suffolk.gov.uk and report the following:-

  • Potholes
  • Empty salt grit heap
  • Blocked drains
  • Problems with drain manhole covers
  • Faulty street lights
  • Obscured, missing or damaged signs
  • Trees or hedges affecting the highway
  • Pavement defects
  • Missing or faded road markings
  • Incidents involving Heavy Goods Vehicles
  • Problems with bridge or highway structure
  • Debris, weed or mud on the road
  • Flooding on a road or pavement
  • Problems with public right of way

There are 5 easy steps to follow. Click here for full information

Come and grab sally!
 

Come and join the bell ringers! We need more people to keep the bells ringing out over the village. Find out more here...

Today's Date

Parish Council Meeting

The Annual Parish Council Meeting will be held on Monday 23rd May at 7:30 pm, in the Monks Eleigh Village Hall. The agenda for this meeting is published below.

What's New

3 Day Forecast

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H.O.M.E. - Suffolk's new Retreat Centre

Interested to find out more about H.O.M.E.?

How to find us

52.092 0.871

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