The Suffolk Service of Commemoration will be on Friday 16 April at 3.30pm at St Edmundsbury Cathedral.

The County service will be broadcast live on Friday via the St Edmundsbury Cathedral Facebook page

The funeral takes place on Saturday 17 April at 3pm. A national one-minute silence will be observed at 3pm.

An online Book of Condolence has been placed on the Suffolk County Council website

FOR LOCKDOWN HELP
Call: 01728 720183

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OFFICE ADDRESS
10c Church Street, Framlingham, Suffolk. IP13 9BH
Telephone: 01728 720183
Email: townclerk@framlingham.com
Email: dtc@framlingham.com

TOWN COUNCIL OFFICE OPENING HOURS
Monday 10-12 and 2-4
Tuesday 10-12 and 2-4
Friday 10-12
Other times by appointment only

Please only visit the Office if it is unavoidable and wear a face covering at all times. You will be asked to sign in on arrival or scan the Track and Trace.

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Help stop crime in our rural area

April 13, 2021|

The Crime rate in Framlingham is extremely low, however in recent weeks there has been an increase in anti social behaviour at several different locations in the town. The Police have been contacted and [...]

Crown & Anchor Lane Toilets

April 13, 2021|

The refurbishment of the public toilets has had a setback - significant issues have been identified in the roof. Re-opening has been delayed and is now scheduled for week commencing the 19th April 2021. [...]

Parish Elections

April 8, 2021|

An election is to be held for Councillors in local Parishes including Framlingham. The poll for the election of a District Councillor for Framlingham Ward will be held on Thursday 6 May 2021, at United [...]

Toilet Cleaner Wanted

March 18, 2021|

Framlingham Town Council are looking for a Toilet Cleaner (Self-Employed) Wanted for The Pavilion Pageant Field, Badingham Road, Framlingham IP13 9HS Duties: - To clean the toilet 3 days a week Monday/Wednesday and Friday [...]

New Covid-19 Test Centre in Fram

February 25, 2021|

Community testing for people who don’t have symptoms is now available at the Fire Station on Saxmundham Road in Framlingham. It is aimed at people who have to leave their home during lockdown, for [...]

BE AWARE AND STOP CRIME IN OUR RURAL AREA

The Crime rate in Framlingham is extremely low, however in recent weeks there has been an increase in anti social behaviour at several different locations in the town. The Police have been contacted and they have asked for witnesses regarding the damage and graffiti to our famous historical castle.

They respond best to multiple calls – the more people reporting incidents, the more likely the police will increase their presence. Always call as soon as possible – don’t delay.

Working together we can all play our part by keeping vigilant and reporting anti social behaviour, or anything suspicious or odd, to ensure Framlingham remains a welcoming, safe and enjoyable place to live, work and visit.

Make a report online at: SuffolkPolice/report-something
For a crime in progress call: 999
To report a crime call: 101
For anonymous reports of incidents or crime, anytime day or night, go to: crimestoppers-uk.org or call: 0800 555 111

Framlingham has FREE WIFI. The centre of Fram (from the Castle down to the Riverside) is covered by a free wifi service. Look for a service called ‘Framlingham Free WiFi’ and connect. The first time you connect it will ask for details including your email address, but subsequently you can just connect. Fram Free WiFi is provided by a partnership of Framlingham Town Council, East Suffolk Council and The Framlingham Business Association