Thursday 23rd January 2020 7:00pm — 9:00pmThis is a meeting arranged by SALC (Suffolk Assoc of Local Councils). Various Councils that are members of SALC (including Wrentham) are invited to send representatives . Please contact Clerk to Wrentham Parish Council if you are eligible and wish to attend. Current issues and matters of common concern are discussed.
Monday 27th January 2020 2:30pm — 5:30pmHeld at East Suffolk Council Offices , Canning Road, Lowestoft. Forum for Town & parish Councillor reps from various parts of East Suffolk District . There is discussion about current issues and topics. Members of the public can usually hear about these matters when they are reported back to Towns & Parishes at their next meeting
Tuesday 4th February 2020 7:00pm — 9:00pmRegular meeting - open to public and press
Saturday 15th February 2020 9:00am — 11:00amMeet down at the village hall at 9am. there will be a short briefing and you will be supplied with the litter pickers and rubbish bags etc. Also a light refreshment.
Monday 17th February - Friday 17th January, 2020 7:30pm — 9:30pmThis is the regular monthly meeting of the parish council and is held at Wrentham Village Hall. Members of the public are welcome and invited to attend. A short period is allowed at the start of proceedings for public to speak to the council about any item on the agenda.
Monday 16th March 2020 6:30pm — 7:29pmMeeting of the Parish Council Finance Committee
Tim Passmore says:"As Police and Crime Commissioner, I would like to hear your thoughts on my proposal for the policing element of your council tax for the next financial year.I have included some contextual information which includes some links providing additional financial and operational material.
At the Finance committee meeting the Chairman spoke re a step-change in the PC finances over the last few years – the precept has almost tripled – this has allowed financial support to the village hall and the purchase of VAS etc.
This Suffolk County Council Consultation has been extended to January 13 2020 due the General Election in Dec 2019
These figures are quite recent and typically 3 to 8 weeks behind today's date.
On Tuesday 3rd September 2019, East Suffolk Council (Cabinet) discussed grass cutting and the use of herbicides across the District.