It should be no surprised that people are twice as likely to die from corona virus in the poorest areas and those living in more affluent places. It has always been so, certainly since the plagues of the Elizabethan period. During an outbreak of plague in 1579 nearly 5,000 people […]
Listen: Mike Challis recorded these sounds on an exercise walk along the upper reaches of the Deben early in the morning during CV19. Features birdsong including the recently returned migratory Blackcap. Mike Challis · Derrybrook Soundwalk
Debenham Parish Council’s shortlisting for a national planning award for its Neighbourhood Plan puts it into contention with major city schemes. The others shortlisted for for the national plan-making prize are from Manchester, Sheffield, Milton Keynes and the London boroughs of Camden, Lewisham, Enfield. Being selected for the awards, organised […]
Earlier this year when Debenham Parish Council moved its meeting to the Leisure Centre to accommodate everyone who wanted to have their say about Taylor Wimpey’s free go, renewed application to build 300 houses there was only real topic of interest. Yet before we got to the main topic we […]
This map shows footpaths and bridleway that are registered as a part of the Suffolk Definitive rights of way map.