The Hadleigh Society is leading a project with the Town Council to identify a “Local List” of buildings that are special to our town’s heritage. The society is seeking public involvement in the project and has created a web page www.hadsoc.org.uk/local_list.htm that explains what Local List buildings are, and what criteria are used to identify them. Around 180 properties so far have been identified by the society as potentially eligible for inclusion in the Local List, and there is a link to a Nomination Form for the public to submit for other buildings they think may be worthy of inclusion.
Babergh District Council working with its partner Abbeycroft Leisure, is investing £2.4m with £200,000 of funds provided by Hadleigh Town Council and a Sports England grant (£150k), to build a new swimming pool at Hadleigh Pool and Leisure.
The Town Council is looking forward to the election of two new Town Councillors for Hadleigh North on Thursday the 6th of February 2020.
Hadleigh North: Town Council Bye Election: 6 February.
It's that time of year again when we receive enquiries about grit bins, so we thought it might be helpful to clarify who's responsible for them. Suffolk County Council looks after the grit bins and Suffolk Highways replenishes them at the start of Winter and at such intervals that it considers to be appropriate, based on resources and priorities.
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.