Ann Kember has now been appointed as the new Reverend for the Orebeck Benefice.
Thank you to our new Chair for this wonderful report, keeping residents updated as to what is happening with the Parish Council:
Please be assured that we have not forgotten the multi-agency meeting discussed at the AGM. We are looking forward to welcoming representatives from different organisations such as Suffolk County Council, East Suffolk Council, the Community Partnership and Sizewell C to raise and discuss village issues that are affecting YOU.
Please click here to read July's edition of Slice of Suffolk.
The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Wednesday 26th July at 7.30 in the meeting room at the Village Hall.
What’s Shake It Out all about?
Every time you use visit a website, send or receive a message or email, buy or book anything online, comment on a post, upload a photo or find directions on your phone, you’re adding to your digital footprint. When you stream music, make a video call or use a smart speaker, that adds to your digital footprint too.
Please click here to read June's edition of Slice of Suffolk.
You are invited to Hacheston's Annual Parish Meeting from 7.30pm on Friday, to hear reports from village groups and raise items you would like the Parish Council to discuss at future meetings.
We would also like to hear your ideas of how we could spend CIL money that we've received from recent development in the village. Would you be in favour of an outdoor gym near the playing equipment? Would you use an outside table tennis table? Have you any other projects you would like to see happen in Hacheston? Please let us know either at the meeting or by replying to this email.
We will be providing nibbles at the Parish Meeting- with vegan and gluten-free options available. We hope that our newly elected green Ward Councillor, Sally Noble, will be able to attend and we invite you to come along and meet her and hear her ideas. The bar will be open after the meeting and you are all most welcome to join us for a drink or two and chat informally with your Parish Councillors and parish clerk.
If you would like to be co-opted as a Councillor, please get in touch or come to our next Parish Council meeting on Friday at 7pm (before the Parish Meeting). We would love to hear from you and to fill our vacancies. It is not a big role as we only normally meet 6 times a year. With 3 vacancies on the Parish Council and a newly elected Ward Councillor, it's an interesting time to get more involved in the village and help shape its future.
Please click here to view the results of the Ward Council elections on 4th May.