1. Christmas bin collections

    By Mike Ager on October 22nd, 2014

    A leaflet detailing the waste and recycling collections dates over the festive period is available here.The leaflet also list 2015 collection dates and details what can now be put in recycling bins.

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  2. Police Direct is changing

    By Verity Howell, Crime Reduction Officer, Babergh and Mid Suffolk Districts on October 21st, 2014

    Suffolk and Norfolk Constabularies have joined forces to deliver an improved free police messaging service called Police Connect, which will be launched on 1 November.Police Connect will provide you with even more choice when it comes to receiving …

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  3. Help catch hare coursers

    By Police Direct Team on October 21st, 2014

    Suffolk is one of the safest counties in the country.  However, we cannot afford to be complacent and it is essential that we continue to work together to combat crime in all its forms. Over the past few weeks, we have seen an increase in hare …

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  4. Neighbourhood Watch Information

    By PCSO Steven Long on October 14th, 2014

    Elderly residents are urged to be aware of a company who supply medical treatments, beds and chairs. The cost of these items run into thousands of pounds and it appears that the company are purchasing potential customers details online and then …

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  5. Tenant involvement

    By Victoria Smy - Communities Officer - Tenant Involvement on September 28th, 2014

    Babergh and Mid Suffolk are launching an information pack which informs tenants of all of the ways in which they can now get involved in working with the councils.  Historically, both Babergh and Mid Suffolk …

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  6. Redlingfield phone box

    By James Thurkettle - Technical Support Officer - Development Management on September 28th, 2014

    BT would like to remove the phone box on the triangle in the centre of Redlingfield or get the Village Meeting to adopt it. The village has until December 21st to make reprensentation. If you have a view please contact a member of the village …

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  7. Keeping your home safe from burglary

    By Verity Howell - Crime Reduction Officer Babergh and Mid Suffolk Districts on September 24th, 2014

    The county of Suffolk has always been a low crime area and a safe and beautiful place to live and work.  Suffolk Constabulary is committed to ensuring it stays that way.  Burglary is one of the most emotive crimes, we all like to think our house is …

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  8. Felixstowe bus service

    By Mike Ager on August 1st, 2014

    Fareline’s summer service to Felixstowe is running every Monday with the final trip on September 1st. The service picks up from Redlingfield village sign at 9.56am arriving in Felixztowe at 11.25am. The return service leaves Felixstowe at 4.30pm …

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  9. Redlingfield fire

    By Mike Ager on July 25th, 2014

    A pick-up truck with a trailer carrying baled straw caught fire in the centre of Redlingfield on Wednesday night. Fire crews from Eye and Stradbroke were called to the fire at The Knoll in Redlingfield at around 8.10pm. Firefighters tackled the …

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  10. Save Redlingfield Church

    By Mike Ager on July 4th, 2014

    The little village of Redlingfield has some big plans. As well saving its historic church – which is mentioned in the Domesday Book and dates from before 1086 – it also hopes to expand its recreation area and give the church a new lease of …

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