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Welcome to Saxmundham Town Council

 

Saxmundham Town Council is currently developing a new website which we hope will be running in a few months time. Meanwhile this website will remain available for historical data but because of technical difficulties with the maintenance of it we have a temporary website for current papers.

The Town Council office is now situated in the

The Town House, Station Approach, Saxmundham, IP17 1BW

Phone Number: 01728 604595

Email: townclerk@saxmundham-tc.gov.uk

The Town Clerk is Roz Barnett and the Assistant Town Clerk is Jen Morcom.

Our Town Council meetings are held at the Market Hall in the High Street on a monthly basis from 7.15 on the second monday of the Month. All the public are welcome.

Annually there is a Town Meeting and an AGM, normally in April and May respectively.

The Chair is Jeremy Smith and the Vice-Chair is Di Eastman. There are also a further 9 councillors. Please see the list of Councillors for further contact details.

John Fisher is the District Councillor and Richard Smith MVO is the County Councillor

The Town Council is responsible for matters such as the local amenities and the day to day running of the town. They are able to comment on Planning matters (although the decision is made by East Suffolk District Council) and provide help and assistance to local charities and other causes.

The East Suffolk District Council manage items such as refuse collection, planning, social housing and similar. Please check their website www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk for further information

The Suffolk County Council are responsible for items such as Highways, and Education. Please check their website for further assistance. www.suffolk.gov.uk

 
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