Felixstowe Photo Competition 2018Town Hall Staff   10 May 2018

  The seaside town of Felixstowe in Suffolk is a unique, exciting and diverse location for photographic opportunities – seaside fun, beautiful gardens, huge container ships, historic buildings and rich wildlife habitats. Enter the new Felixstowe Photo Competition – and you could WIN a prize of £100  to put towards photographic equipment, plus an enlarged copy of… Read more »

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Winners of Felixstowe Town Council Civic Awards 2018Town Hall Staff   10 May 2018

Felixstowe Town Council is delighted to announce the winners of their Civic Awards 2018.  At the Annual Town Meeting at Felixstowe Academy on Wednesday 9th May 2018 the Mayor, Councillor Nick Barber presented the following awards: Mayor’s Awards:  Jane Bolton For her work for Old Felixstowe Community Association for nearly 20 years raising hundreds of… Read more »

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Town Council response to SCDC Leisure Vision ConsultationTown Hall Staff   04 May 2018

Click the image below to read Felixstowe Town Council’s response to the Suffolk Coastal District Council Leisure Vision Consultation (opens a PDF). The consultation documents themselves are available on the SCDC website here: http://www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/leisure/sportandleisuredevelopment/suffolk-coastals-leisure-centre-redevelopment-programme/ 

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Road Resurfacing Crescent Road and Mill Lane, FelixstoweTown Hall Staff   09 Apr 2018

Suffolk Highways will be carrying out road resurfacing works along Crescent Road and Mill Lane (between the junctions with Garrison Lane and Highfield Road). This is necessary to stop further deterioration and improve the road surface. The work is planned to be completed between 18th and 24th April 2018. Work will be carried out from… Read more »

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Felixstowe Leisure Consultation – Deadline End of AprilTown Hall Staff   29 Mar 2018

The deadline for people to tell us how they want leisure in Felixstowe to look like in the future is fast approaching. Suffolk Coastal District Council has launched a five-year programme to redevelop all its leisure centres. Work has already begun on the Deben Leisure Centre in Woodbridge and preparations are in hand to start… Read more »

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Cast your vote in the first Visit Felixstowe Tourism Award 2018Town Hall Staff   26 Mar 2018

VOTE NOW! The online vote for the first ever Visit Felixstowe Tourism Award has gone live this morning, Monday 26 March at 10.00am. This new annual award will celebrate the tourist industry in the seaside town of Felixstowe by rewarding a tourist related organisation or businesses which has excelled during the past year. The Visit… Read more »

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Planting a Tree for the Queen, commemorating the 65th Anniversary of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II in 2017.Town Hall Staff   22 Mar 2018

On 21 March, the Mayor of Felixstowe, Cllr Nick Barber together with fellow Town Councillors planted a tree in Allenby Park, Felixstowe. Joined by the Chairman of Suffolk Coastal District Council, Cllr Chris Blundell, and Mr Nicholas Newton, SCDC Arboriculture and Landscape Manager, the Mayor thanked Suffolk Coastal Norse for their help in acquiring the tree,… Read more »

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Take a Trip to our twin town of Wesel with Fred Olsen TravelTown Hall Staff   15 Mar 2018

The Mayor of Felixstowe, Cllr Nick Barber in association with Fred Olsen Travel Agents have organised a 4 day trip to visit our wonderful twin town of Wesel in Germany on 28 June 2018 for 4 nights.   Felixstowe has been twinned with Wesel, Germany for 44 years. From the beginning, the benefit of the Partnership… Read more »

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Help make Suffolk the Greenest County – join the spring cleanTown Hall Staff   15 Mar 2018

With spring on its way, the Suffolk Waste Partnership is again keen to support local community efforts to clean up towns, villages and countryside by getting involved in a litter pick. Around 200 litter pick groups and events were registered last year in Suffolk, involving over 4000 volunteers. Already this year, over 1700 volunteers have… Read more »

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