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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 2015. The next Parish election is on Thursday 2nd May 2019.  However, as there are only 10 candidates, all of them will be able to take a place on the Council in an uncontested election. This is quite a common procedure for many Parish Councils.    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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District Council Election

Thursday 2nd May 2019 7:00am — 10:00pm

Election for the new East Suffolk District Council.
Wards have changed. Wrentham is now in the same District ward as Wangford and Westleton. Polling Station for Wrentham is Village Hall Wrentham which will be open from 7am to 10pm.

Parish Council Elections - Uncontested

Thursday 2nd May 2019 7:00am — 10:00pm

There are 13 available seats on Wrentham Parish Council coming up for election on 2nd May. However, there are only 10 candidates and so all of them will be deemed as having been elected.

Spring Litter Pick (All volunteers welcome)

Saturday 18th May 2019 9:30am — 11:00am

Wrentham Parish Council invites everyone to join in with the Spring litter Pick. Helps keep you fit and also help keep the Village tidy.
No equipment required. last approc 1.5 hours.
Meet at Wrentham Village Hall at 9.30a See all events


Parish Councillors Elected

Election of Parish Councillors for Wrentham on Thursday 2nd May 2019.

Historic Creation of new East Suffolk Council

Monday April 1 will see the historic creation of a brand new local authority, replacing Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils.East Suffolk Council will deliver essential services to local people and communities, from Lowestoft in the north to Felixstowe in the south, and is the natural culmination of a partnership between Suffolk Coastal and Waveney which has seen them save a combined total of over £22 million.The creation of this new ‘super district council’ is a historic first for local government.

Changes to free school Transport from Sept 2019

The opt-in process for those pupils who are eligible for Suffolk CC funded school travel for the 2019/2020 school year opens on 1 March 2019 with a deadline of 31 May 2019.

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