Suffolk Constabulary’s nine new Community Engagement Officers (CEO) are now in post and will be working hard to ensure they engage with communities, individuals and partners in their area. These dedicated officers will work closely with the Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNTs) to build engagement opportunities to keep communities better informed of what the force is doing, identify crime trends in their area and be responsible for organising some particular public meetings.
BSEVC is a registered Charity. It urgently needs volunteer drivers to drive its 7 seater vehicle in and around North Suffolk. Volunteer owner/drivers are also required for the Community Car Service. CAN YOU HELP?
If you responded to the recent Suffolk CC School and Post 16 Travel Policy Consultation you may be interested in the following:
Are you or someone you know missing our local bus service since the service through Mellis and Yaxley was discontinued at the end of May?
The Hidden Gardens of Mellis 2018
Police are urging caravan owners and site owners to be vigilant and consider extra security after a caravan was stolen from the Wortham area on Sunday.
Over the past few years during the month of August you may have noticed signs appearing along the approach roads to Mellis advertising "Chosen Families Camp" or similar. Well for those that have been puzzled as to what this is we thought you may like some further information.
We have today received an email from one of our readers stating that "someone broke in to a house in Yaxley over the weekend . The house was occupied at the time, they were disturbed by a dog and left ."
The recent spate of warm weather has seen a sudden surge in the growth along the roadside verges. Suffolk County Council (SCC) has published a schedule for 2018 grass verge cutting throughout the County. You can find the full schedule on the SCC website just click HERE. Please note the SCC schedule currently downloads as an Excel file.
Two years ago Network Rail put forward a proposal to either close or alter the status of some 31 level crossing throughout Suffolk as part of its Level Crossing Reduction Strategy. Following public consultation the number of Suffolk level crossings taken forward to the Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) stage was reduced to 23. The proposals for these 23 crossings are now being considered at a public inquiry, which ends on 25 May.