Suffolk Coastal District Council (SCDC) have confirmed to Tunstall Parish Council that the Green Man Inn has been added to the Register of Assets of Community Value.
An application has been submitted to SCDC for 290 dwellings in Rendlesham. Rendlesham Parish Council are holding a consultation event on Monday 26th February, 2.00pm ~ 8.00pm in the Community Centre.
At our January meeting, Tunstall Parish Council welcomed Philip Noakes to the Council. Please see February Bulletin for more details.
The first meeting of Tunstall Parish Council in 2018 will take place on Wednesday 10th January, 7.00pm in the Community Hall Committee Room. Amongst other items, we will be co-opting a new Parish Councillor and deciding if the Parish Council has a mandate to apply to register the Green Man as an Asset of Community Value. We would love to see you there.
Tunstall Parish Council will be holding an additional meeting on Friday 8th December 2017, 6.00pm in the Community Centre.
Tunstall Parish Council were delighted to welcome on board a new councillor at their meeting on 8th November. Caroline Meffan has joined the team and will represent the Snape Bridge residents.
On Friday 20th October over 30 Tunstall residents attended a meeting about the SCDC Local Plan Review. The response will go to SCDC by the end of this week and will be published as soon as it is agreed.
Do you fancy getting those old walking boots on and exploring beautiful Suffolk? OneLife Suffolk are co-ordinating a series of walks, ranging from short, flat, gentle walks to those with a little more distance and uneven terrain. They can all be found in their East and West Health Walks Autumn 2017 booklet.
Woods Lane in Melton is to be closed for 4 weeks in November and 12 weeks in early 2018. The following is a message from Suffolk County Council:
Tunstall Parish Council should be a band of 9 'Merry Men' - or women of course! Problem is we are only 8.