Following the resignations of Councillors Faccini and Wilson-Downes in November, two vacancies have arisen in Hadleigh North ward. The Town Council will fill the vacancies by co-option unless ten electors from the ward request a by-election by giving notice in writing to the Returning Officer. To see the full notice, click here.
Hadleigh Dementia Action Alliance's "Big Think" takes place on Saturday 30th November.
Hadleigh Town Council is supporting a number of community events to commemorate Remembrance Day:
Please note that Full Council meetings will now take place at the earlier time of 7pm following the adoption of new Standing Orders at the last Full Council Meeting. Council committees will be also be asked to consider an earlier start time, but for now the committee meeting times remain as advertised on the Calendar.
Twelve weeks have passed since the local elections in May and the new Town Council has had to hit the ground running. Councillors have been busy working to address some of the historic challenges faced by Hadleigh Town Council, but have also found time for new initiatives too.
Hadleigh Town Council has received the following message from Suffolk Police:
There continues to be significant pedestrian safety issues in Benton Street caused by vehicles frequently driving on pavements, as well as traffic flow and congestion issues. Following on from data gathering and analysis, officers from Suffolk Highways have designed several traffic management options which could be trialled and installed permanently if proven successful.
Work to build a new swimming pool at Hadleigh Pool and Leisure Centre is set to begin at the end of this month.