Police are urging residents to secure their home this winter in a bid to ensure that thieves are not given any presents this Christmas or New Year. With Christmas fast approaching many homes will be full of valuable gifts. Leaving your home unlocked, all in darkness and with valuables on view under the tree could[...]
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Date : December 2011
Happy Christmas from the BFRA committee to all the residents of Saxmundham!
Saxmundham & Framlingham Safer Neighbourhood Team will be holding their next public forum and tasking meeting on Wednesday 14 December at Framlingham Police Station, Saxmundham Road, Framlingham. You’re invited along to the premises police share with the fire service for the meeting which starts at 2pm and gives you the opportunity to have your say[...]
Saxmundham & Framlingham Safer Neighbourhood Team is holding Street meetings on Tuesday 6 December at Market Hill, Framlingham, between 10am and 12 noon and also on 7 December at Market Hill, High Street, Saxmundham, IP17 1AF between 10am and 12 noon. Please feel free to come along to talk to your local officers about any[...]
- Tesco take-over of pub allowed December 18, 2013Tesco's proposal to take over and convert a Suffolk pub to a shop is allowed legally, local planners say.
- VIDEO: Street operation to tackle truants December 18, 2013Police have been out on the streets of Ipswich in an operation to tackle the high levels of truancy in Suffolk.
- Flooded homeless found new home December 18, 2013Homeless people, who were again made homeless after their Suffolk hostel flooded, are close to moving in to a new home.
- Sheeran and Swift shock fans at pub December 18, 2013A rural Suffolk pub becomes the centre of a social media frenzy when two of the world's biggest music stars are pictured there.
- Last inmates leave closing prison December 18, 2013The last inmates are leaving a Suffolk prison which is due to close officially next year.
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- Fears over al-Qaeda 'jails' in Syria December 19, 2013Torture and summary executions are rife in secret prisons in Syria run by fighters from Isis, an al-Qaeda affiliate, Amnesty International says.
- US spy agency urged to curb snooping December 19, 2013An advisory panel convened by the White House recommends significant limits on the National Security Agency's electronic surveillance power.
- VIDEO: Battle against polio - in 60 seconds December 19, 2013BBC News outlines the global battle against polio - in 60 seconds.
- VIDEO: Why was 2013 so good for documentaries? December 19, 2013Talking Movies' Tom Brook looks at the documentaries that have been made in 2013
- App developers must respect privacy December 19, 2013App developers are being advised to tighten data protection polices as nearly half of users say they have not downloaded an app because of privacy concerns.
- HMRC 'loses nerve' chasing big firms December 19, 2013The UK tax authority "seems to lose its nerve" when chasing multinational companies for tax owed, the head of a committee of MPs says.
- Thousands lose power as gales hit UK December 18, 2013Thousands of homes are without power and a man has been injured after a tree fell on his car as gale-force winds and rain batter the western UK.
- Kerry 'regrets' India diplomat row December 18, 2013US Secretary of State John Kerry calls a top Indian official to express his regret over the treatment of one of the country's diplomats in New York.
- Revulsion at baby rape - front pages December 18, 2013Some of Thursday's front pages focus on rock star Ian Watkins' jailing for 13 child sex offences and the two women who allowed their babies to be abused. Others lead on the weather.
- Eurozone ministers in banking deal December 18, 2013Eurozone finance ministers reach a long-awaited deal over a 'momentous' banking union after many negotiations.
- Pictures from Kids Xmas par… by Aspirin
See ‘Xmas 2013′ in Gallery.
- BFRA Kids Fancy Dress Party… by Aspirin
- 1st Sax scouts table top sale by Aspirin
1st SAXMUNDHAM SCOUTS – INDOOR TABLE TOP SALE SUNDAY DECEMBER 8th THE WARRENS SCOUT HUT, MEMORIAL FIELD, RENDHAM ROAD, SAXMUNDHAM IP17 1EA Tables £4 – 01728 602622 to book, or pay on day. Free parking on the Memorial Field. Table set up 8am – Doors open to public 9am-12.00 [...]
- The Bell to reopen as ̵… by Aspirin
Saxmundham Experienced restaurateur Jonny Nicholson and his partner Natalie Ager are delighted to announce the imminent re-opening of The Bell at Saxmundham or The Bell At Sax’ as it will be known. Moving away from its previous hotel and gastropub incarnations, Jonny and Natalie are transforming The Bell At Sax’ into a friendly neighbourhood restaurant-with-rooms[...]
- Change of Band – The … by Aspirin
- Halloween Party 2nd Novembe… by Aspirin
- Land Off Rendham Road Development by Aspirin
The BFRA have received a few complaints regarding the hedge and foliage along Rendham Road on the south side where the new development of David Wilson Homes (currently building) and Taylor Wimpey (about to start). Our committee have written to the developers expressing their annoyance at the removal of the hedging without consultation. This is[...]
- Saxmundham Family Quiz by Aspirin
BFRA Family General Knowledge Quiz at the Fromus Centre, off Seaman Avenue (opp. Fire Station) Saturday 21st September starting at 7:30pm. This follows our successful Music Quiz in July and continues the theme of a quiz with something for all the family. There will be prizes for the winners and most gallant losers. (Please bring[...]
- 10th Summer Fun Day by Aspirin
Brook Farm Residents Association 10th Summer Fun Day Saxmundham Primary School Saturday 20th July 1pm The Brook Farm Residents Association (BFRA) 10th annual Fun Day is on Saturday 20th July, 1pm at Saxmundham Primary School, a true local family and event. We have booked our entertainment which promises to be the best summer day out[...]
- Saxmundham to get better broadband by Aspirin
This is well worth reading: http://www.betterbroadbandsuffolk.com/LineCheck.aspx From the website it looks likely that we will be getting fibre to the cabinet within the next year or so. A BT fibre truck was spotted last week working on the cabinet in North Entrance.
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