Let the Light in this ChristmasTown Hall Staff   01 Dec 2020

Help us ‘Let the light in’ this Christmas… and in turn help out a local charity.     Take a picture of your decorated window, house or shop in Felixstowe – and share it on Facebook.   From a simple string of fairy lights in your window to a glittering outside extravaganza – whether large or… Read more »

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Tier Two Rules at a GlanceTown Hall Staff   01 Dec 2020

The graphic below, produced by the Suffolk Resilience Forum, lays out the restrictions for tier 2 areas. Please observe and share!

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November Covid 19 Bulletin to all Felixstowe ResidentsTown Hall Staff   04 Nov 2020

With so much information being shared on Covid19 please refer to https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus for official guidance. The NHS website has the latest health advice here: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ The community response in Felixstowe and across Suffolk has been remarkable and demonstrates the breadth of support available to those that need it at this time.  However, we understand that… Read more »

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Donation celebrates former heritage of school siteTown Hall Staff   03 Nov 2020

Please see following Press Release from East Suffolk Council: The heritage of a former school site in Felixstowe will be remembered in town’s archive after East Suffolk Council donates key items.  East Suffolk Council has been working with the Felixstowe Society to identity key items to donate from the former Deben High School site to… Read more »

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Tree Planted at Allenby Park in Honour of Joan Rich.Town Hall Staff   02 Nov 2020

Felixstowe Town Council has planted a cherry tree in Allenby Park to mark the achievements of local resident, Joan Rich, following her challenge of walking 102 laps of the park by her 102nd birthday and raising almost £35,000 for the NHS. Joan and her family were invited to join the Mayor of Felixstowe, Cllr Mark… Read more »

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Local groups to benefit for new funding schemeTown Hall Staff   29 Oct 2020

A Small Grant Scheme has been launched by an East Suffolk Community Partnership to support local voluntary and community groups.  The Felixstowe Peninsula Community Partnership have today announced the launch the Small Grant Scheme which is available to voluntary and community groups within the Partnership area. The scheme is aimed at tackling local priorities within… Read more »

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Public encouraged to join Remembrance events online this year.Town Hall Staff   27 Oct 2020

Felixstowe residents have been asked not to gather at the War Memorial on Remembrance Sunday but to watch the ceremony live on Facebook. The call has come in a bid to maintain social distancing as the Covid-19 pandemic continues. This year’s Act of Remembrance will take place on Sunday 8th November but will only include… Read more »

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Councils’ anger at Felixstowe shelter fireTown Hall Staff   14 Oct 2020

The Leader of East Suffolk Council and the Mayor of Felixstowe have both condemned the actions of the people responsible for starting a fire which has caused extensive damage to a historic shelter on Felixstowe’s South Seafront. Having investigated the damage, East Suffolk Council have confirmed that it will cost in the excess of £10,000… Read more »

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Help your community become ‘plastic clever’Town Hall Staff   02 Oct 2020

Those interested in volunteering are being asked to step forward to help their local community take a smart approach to plastic waste as part of Suffolk Action Week. Suffolk Action Week is organised by Community Action Suffolk and will take place virtually between 5 – 11 October with a packed programme to give people the… Read more »

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Love… Felixstowe VolunteersTown Hall Staff   29 Sep 2020

Throughout October, Felixstowe Town Council is celebrating a selection of our volunteer-based organisations and groups – with a special display at the Visit Felixstowe noticeboards in the Town Centre (Triangle and Great Eastern Square). To learn more about the organisations and groups featured – and how you can get involved, please visit their websites as… Read more »

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