Welcome to the website of Wrentham Parish Council. Here you will find information about the Council itself, how it spends public money and the work that it carries out. The current Council is made up of 13 seats, and was elected in May 2019. . There were 10 candidates, and so all of them took their place on the Council in an uncontested election (no actual voting took place). This is quite a common procedure for many Town and Parish Councils. The next Parish election will be on Thursday 4th May 2023 The Parish of Wrentham has around 1000 residents of whom 788 are electors (Source: East Suffolk Council 1st March 2019). You will get an impression of some aspects of the Parish when you look at the profile.
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Information about many other activities in our village can be found at www.wrentham.org.uk/
Monday 9th September 2019 7:30pm — 9:30pmMonthly meeting of Wrentham Parish Council. All members of the public are welcome to attend. There will be a short period allowed for members of the public to speak about any item on the agenda. See all events
Crime is up from 79 to 85 for Halesworth (which includes wrentham).
Member of Parliament Therese Coffey came to Wrentham to report on County efforts with regard to the A12 crossing.
EDF Energy is holding further consultations with regard to the proposals for Sizewell C.
In December 2014 The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) issued the Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities.
Have a look at this new A-Z of crime prevention from Suffolk Constabulary