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  1. Disapearing hedgehogs

    By Mike Ager on May 22nd, 2014

    Hedgehogs are disappearing across the county and Suffolk Wildlife Trust is trying to find out what is happening – starting with a survey to find out how many there are and where they are. You can find the survey at …

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  2. Superfast broadband

    By Mike Ager on May 22nd, 2014

    There's good and bad news about superfast broadband coming to Redlingfield. The good news – the exchanges at Occold and Eye that serve Redlingfield will get superfast broadband this year. The bad news – Redlingfield is too far away from them …

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  3. Great War Remembered

    By Maria Ford on May 21st, 2014

    Eye Town Council and Hartismere School are collaborating to host an exhibition in August commemorating the contribution made by the people of Eye and the surrounding parishes to World War I. They would like to hear from you if you know of or have any …

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  4. New chairman elected at AGM

    By Mike Ager on May 18th, 2014

    Andrew Abbott was unanimously elected the new chairman of Redlingfield Village Meeting at the recent AGM at Horham & Athelington Community Centre. He replaces Mike Ager who stepped down after three years in the position. Sadly, Linda Hudson …

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  5. B-17 crash relatives visit Redlingfield

    By Mike Ager on May 14th, 2014

    Pictured are Crystal Gray who's uncle 2nd Lt. Richard E. Diete died when his aircraft crashed shortly after take off during the Second World War at Redlingfield, with her partner John Spitzer. Crystal and John arrived in the country from Boulder, …

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  6. Please report suspicious activity

    By Police Direct Team on May 3rd, 2014

    Members of the public are being asked to act as the eyes and ears of local communities and to report any suspicious activity they see. Crime in Suffolk has decreased for the 8th consecutive year in a row and all is being done to ensure that this …

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