COVID-19 Coronavirus UpdateTown Hall Staff   13 Mar 2020

This update made:  31.03.20 @  2pm Felixstowe Town Council is following Government advice and taking the necessary steps to ensure key services can still be delivered at this time. With so much information being shared on the COVID-19 coronavirus we should all be using government guidance at www.gov.uk/coronavirus to inform decisions and be checking that advice regularly. Please… Read more »

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Spring 2020 Town MagazineTown Hall Staff   13 Mar 2020

Click the image below to read the fourth edition of the Town Council’s new quarterly seasonal magazine – Spring 2020. Please note that the Annual Council Meeting will now be at 7pm on Thursday 21st May at the Town Hall, rather than the published date of Wednesday 20th May. The Annual Town Meeting and Civic… Read more »

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East Suffolk Council Consultation on Parking ServicesTown Hall Staff   10 Mar 2020

Following a thorough review of parking services, East Suffolk Council have developed a modern approach to delivering parking services which considers the requirements and travel patterns of visitors, residents and businesses.  The proposals include a simpler tariff structure, better use of technology, the introduction of a free, half hour for parking in many off-street parking… Read more »

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Invitation to Felixstowe’s VE Day Concert, Picnic by the SeaTown Hall Staff   17 Feb 2020

Felixstowe residents are invited to bring their picnics and celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day with a special event in the town. On the Friday 8 May Bank Holiday, a free VE Day event will take place at the Beachside Events Area, Sea Road, Felixstowe, organised jointly by Felixstowe Town Council, East Suffolk Council’s Communities Team,… Read more »

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Met Office outlook for this weekend with ‘Storm Dennis’Town Hall Staff   14 Feb 2020

Please see Met Office outlook for this weekend and expectations for East of England and ‘Storm Dennis’; Friday will remain fine and dry through daylight hours. Some showery rain is expected to slowly push south eastwards across our region during Friday evening and night. During Saturday, winds associated with Storm Dennis freshen up and outbreaks… Read more »

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FTC Response to England Coast Path Final Proposals (Shotley Gate to Felixstowe Ferry)Town Hall Staff   07 Feb 2020

Felixstowe Town Council’s Planning & Environment Committee considered the consultation on the England Coast Path Final Proposals (Shotley Gate to Felixstowe Ferry) at its meeting of 5th February 2020. The Town Council welcomes and supports Natural England’s proposed coastal path route within the parish of Felixstowe. You can find out more about Natural England’s proposals… Read more »

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ESC statement on Coronavirus and Port Health responsibilities at FelixstoweTown Hall Staff   31 Jan 2020

Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is a new, or novel, type of coronavirus – a large family of respiratory viruses which can cause diseases ranging from the common cold to the Middle-East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). In response to the emerging situation and advice given by the World Health Organisation, officers from… Read more »

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Business Plan 2020-2024 ConsultationTown Hall Staff   24 Jan 2020

Have your say on Felixstowe Town Council’s Business Plan Felixstowe Town Council is now consulting on its draft Business Plan 2020-2024, which was developed following feedback from our community survey and our Felixstowe Horizons engagement event, The aim of the Town Council’s Business Plan is to clearly articulate our priorities for the next four years…. Read more »

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Felixstowe to commemorate the Anniversary of the North Sea FloodsTown Hall Staff   21 Jan 2020

On Friday 31 January 2020, Cllr Nick Barber will lay a wreath to commemorate the 1953 North Sea Floods, which claimed 41 lives locally and over 300 people in English coastal towns and villages. The Mayor of Felixstowe, Cllr Nick Barber said, “Please join with us as we reflect on the tragedy that occurred 67… Read more »

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