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ISSUE 14 - JUNE 10

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The Flyer 01284 774 778 Local Organisations Support Carers Week 2010 Crossroads Care West Suffolk is supporting this year's Carers Week (14-20 June) by joining with the Papworth Trust to organise a Tips and Advice Open Day. The event is taking place at West Suffolk Disability Resource Centre (4 Bunting Road, Moreton Hall Estate, Bury St Edmunds) on Monday 14th June at from 10 am to 3 pm. A number of local organisations will be there to give advice to carers on a wide range of topics including: benefits, employment, safety, respite care and many other issues. Family carers are welcome to come along with their questions and find out more about what help is available. Refreshments will be available throughout the day and carers will be on hand to look after the cared for person if required. There will be car parking in the Matalan car park. Carers Week highlights the vital work done by those who provide unpaid care for someone who is ill, frail or disabled. This year, the theme for the week is 'A life of my own' and calls for greater recognition of carers who all too often feel isolated and lonely. For more information about the events and activities taking place in Suffolk as part of Carers Week, visit or call 0845 241 2582.

48 Hour Ban On Sale Of Alcohol For Suffolk Store A shop in Suffolk has been served a notice which could see their license to sell alcohol being revoked for 48 hours. Trading Standards officers served the notice yesterday morning and the license holder now has 14 days to decide whether to accept the proposed prohibition. Marc Titford, Principal Trading Standards Officer, said, "The notice has been served on the premises following two test purchases in which people under the age of 18 were served alcohol. The license holder can either, except the penalty and comply with the 48 hour closure or, if they wish to appeal, they can take their case to court.


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Local Matters Local Matters with David Ruffley MP Florists

It is a great honour to have been elected Member of Parliament for Bury St Edmunds for the fourth time. I will continue to do my best for all my constituents, regardless of the way in which they voted on 6 May.

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One of my top priorities is to protect our local health services. I hope the Government will cut health body quangos and I will continue to call for the abolition of the East of England Strategic David Ruffley MP Health Authority. The resulting savings must be transferred to our local health service so key frontline services, such as A&E at West Suffolk Hospital, are maintained.

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I shall do all I can to support the local economy. That means supporting existing businesses but also doing everything possible to attract new businesses to Suffolk. I want to work more imaginatively with our local councils and agencies to support small to medium sized businesses, which will be the backbone of the economic recovery in our region. Rural businesses provide our villages with vital amenities. We need to create an environment in which they can thrive - in some cases with community involvement, a business model that is already proving successful.

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The new Government faces many challenges. We have to accept that funding for local services is going to be tight. It is essential that we work together to squeeze every ounce of value out of the funding we have at our disposal. I pledge to do all I can to support my constituents throughout this new Parliament.

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Anglo-Saxon Village life with Stowacynn Landscaping

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Visitors to chance to experience life as it might have been for the original occupants of the village 1,500 years ago. Costume group Stowacynn, West Stow's very own Anglo-Saxon family will be occupying the Village and reviving a way of life that centred around the communal 'Hall'.

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Town Council News Bury St Edmunds

Allotments Champion Councillor Stefan Oliver was elected as the allotments champion. Other matters considered were: Matters discussed at the Annual Meeting of the Town Council Bury Town Football Club - it was agreed to write to the various local breweries to see if there was interest in brewing a local on 19 May 2010 included: ale to celebrate the club's recent win and promotion Flying As this was the Annual Meeting of the Town Council there the flag- the logistics and costs of buying and flying flags were a number of matters to be decided which, generally from the flagpole on Council's offices on Angel Hill is to be speaking, only happen once a year at the annual meeting. investigated. These matters are the election of a new Chairman and Vice Corn Exchange - the proposal put forward by the Bury Society Chairman, the appointment of committees, and members thereof, the appointment of representatives to outside bodies to use the Corn Exchange for 'a creative industries design and the adoption of the meetings schedule for the forthcom- centre' was enthusiastically supported. St Edmunds Day Awards - a working group was set up to look ing year. into the organisation of awards for Citizen of the Year and The election of a new Chairman and Vice Chairman Young Citizen of the Year to celebrate St Edmunds Day The new Chairman of the Town Council is Councillor Bob which will be held in November. Cockle, and the Vice Chairman Councillor David Nettleton. Funding for Bury in Bloom - it was agreed to give a donation Appointment of committees of £3,000 to cover the cost of basket trees in Abbeygate Members were appointed to the following committees: Street to Bury in Bloom, who this year enter Britain in Bloom. Planning & Licensing; Staffing & Employment; and Finance, Policy & Resources. Only the Planning & Licensing committee Salt/grit bins - additional financial support towards the cost of has decision making authority, the other committees can only bins in Eastgate and Moreton Hall from Suffolk County Councillor Trevor Beckwith was acknowledged with gratitude. make recommendations for consideration by Full Council. Internal Audit and "Annual Return" for the year Representatives to outside bodies ended 31 March 2010 Councillors were appointed on to outside bodies as follows: Guildhall Feoffment Trust - Councillor Waterson and Councillor Council is responsible in law for ensuring that its financial Oliver Greene King Tenants Association - Councillor Rout Bury management is adequate and effective and that it has a sound system of internal control which facilitates the effective in Bloom - Councillor Chung and Councillor Oliver Christmas Fayre Working group - Councillor Chung West Suffolk Strategic exercise of its functions and which includes arrangements for the management of risk. More information about this is availPartnership - Councillor Oliver Safer Neighbourhoods Tasking able to view on the Council website Group - Councillor Simner (Central) and Councillor Chung East/West) Suffolk Association of Local Councils - Councillor Mrs ...cont’d on page 5 Warby

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Suffolk Gruesome Executions Tales & Ales Tour

delicious two course meal, tour, complimentary ales and return journey back to Ipswich town centre. For more details and advance bookings contact the Ipswich Tourist Centre in St Stephens Lane (opposite the Buttermarket Shopping Centre) Gemini travel of Ipswich have today launched their third in a on 01473 258070 or for more information This tour leaves Crown Street in series of tours around Suffolk celebrating, not only the great real ales we have on offer, but also some of the more unusu- Ipswich on Friday 9th July at 7pm and arrives at the White Horse in Easton at approximately 8.30pm. The price quoted al historical tales the county is famous for. This tour due to take place on Friday 9th July is entitled Gruesome Executions includes; return coach, tour guide, complimentary taster ales Tales & Ales and the tour guide on the night will be local his- and a two course supper. (Other drinks will be charged for separately). Numbers are limited, bookings are now being torian and ghost story teller Ed Nichols. The tour will leave taken. Ipswich by luxury coach travelling this time into the heart of East Suffolk arriving at the White Horse in Easton for supper. The White Horse is a remarkable building in its own right, it overlooks the picturesque Easton village green. The 15th Century Suffolk Inn's menu boasts plenty of home cooked To get your views, stories and ideas and hand reared produce. This trip will also include some complimentary Real Ales to taste including some from Suffolk published in The Flyer send your letter Micro Breweries. Along the route there will be a stop off at to us at: another Suffolk historic ale house to sample real ales and hear stories of gruesome executions carried out through the centuries in the county, including a visit to one of the most famous and spine chilling execution sites. At the White Horse The Bury Flyer, St Andrews Castle, St Andrews guests will be treated to a sumptuous two course supper Street South, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3PH before being driven back to Ipswich at the end of the night. The price per head for this tour is just £15.50 and includes a

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The Bury Festival

Local News The Bury St Edmunds Festival

A Great Success!

The Bury St Edmunds Festival is one of East Anglia's premier arts events and attracted thousands of people to the historic market town at the heart of Heritage Suffolk. The Festival celebrated its 25th anniversary and ran from Friday 14 to Sunday 30 May 2010. The event was widely heralded as a success and featured a great line up of music, theatre, comedy and poetry. A few highlights included performances from Lesley Garrett, the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, Stan Tracey Octet and Adrian Edmondson's The Bad Shepherds. Here is a selection of photos courtesy of Nick Wells.

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Petition from Cotton Lane allotment tenants The Chairman of the Cotton Lane Allotment Holders' Association presented Council with a petition signed by 49 allotment tenants that the muntjac deer population at the Cotton Lane allotments be effectively managed. It proposed two solutions: (1) that the population is culled to a reasonable level and (2) that a deer-proof fence is erected. The petition will be considered on a future agenda. Jen Larner Town Clerk 20 May 2010

Bury Town FC News Bury Town FC require a Coach / Manager to run one of their Under 14's youth teams in the Ipswich Youth League next season. If you are interested in applying, you must be CRB checked and qualified as a Level 1 Coach as a minimum standard. Any interested people should contact the Youth Secretary, Garry Barker, in the first instance. Garry can be contacted by e-mail on

from home, Leiston away, Braintree Town away, Cambridge United at home, AFC Sudbury away and Maldon & Tiptree away. More games will follow including a home match with a side from Ipswich Town. The first batch of dates can be found on the Fixtures page by visiting Gavin Says Thanks Gavin Johnson has written a thank you note to all at the club after retiring from the semi pro game. Gav said "I would just like to thank Russell and his team of helpers who have made my time at the club so very enjoyable. I've had 3 great years in the 1st team finishing with the league title and great celebrations. Everyone at the club players staff and supporters put 100% into this season and it paid off massively. A big thank you to 'Wilkes' and his staff for looking after my old legs when I was struggling

Long Service Foster Carer Award Ceremony The Suffolk County Council Fostering Service hosted a celebration on Sunday 16 May at Ipswich Town Football Club to recognise the achievements of 11 Foster families; between them they have provided over 100 years of fostering service for the County Council. Councillor Graham Newman, Portfolio Holder for Children & Young People's Services, presented the awards and thanked all the foster carers for their years of dedication to this role and for having opened up their homes and lives to caring for a child in need of nurturing and support. Graham Newman said, "I am delighted to have been asked to present these awards; it has been a real pleasure to meet these carers and their families. I have been very impressed by the way each of them has made such a big difference to the lives of the vulnerable children. We should also the need to recognise the special role played by the children of foster carers in making fostering such a success for the whole family."

The award ceremony marked the start of fostering fortnight - a national campaign to recruit foster carers. The Suffolk Adoption and Fostering team will be on hand at the Suffolk Pre Season Fixtures Show this summer on 2 and 3 June to offer advice and The first details of our Pre-Season Friendly programme have been announced. The Blues will face Biggleswade Town away support to those considering caring for a child. Champions of the Zamaretto League Division One Midlands. Photo courtesy of

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Travel Matters

Will Pickles Fix Our Jam? Last month I reported on the proposed 500 additional houses for Moreton Hall and the 1250 for Compiegne Way. Those and proposals for other sites have been submitted to the government who, in turn, sent a planning inspector to Bury to examine them. I attended the examination to fight the Moreton Hall corner and left feeling that I had probably been Cllr Trevor heard but not optimistic that anything would be changed. Depressingly, the Beckwith Taylor Wimpey representative challenged the council in only proposing 500 houses as he could see no reason why there shouldn't be many more. Of course, he's only answerable to shareholders and has no concern for anyone else. I suggested that if he wanted more to occupy his workers, they could set about getting what they have already built up to adoption standards. Latterly, there may be a glimmer of light in the gloom. I recently watched the Daily Politics programme on TV where Andrew Neil was quizzing Greg Clark, a local government minister, on the Big Society idea that government keeps on about. You know, the bit where we all count and will be listened to. A rather sceptical Mr Neil asked the minister what

would happen if, for example, the government wanted to build houses but the local community objected. The minister implied they wouldn't be built. All very encouraging I thought and decided to write to Eric Pickles, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, suggesting that the Moreton Hall situation was a good chance for the Big Society to be seen to work. Here we have a council who couldn't care less about the impact on the existing 6000 strong community so maybe Mr Pickles would like to intervene. I await his response and will keep the Flyer updated. Any reasonable person can see that any infrastructure improvements to cope with extra housing will be impossible to attain. What can be done to the A14 junction? What can be done to Eastgate Street and Mount Road? In reality, nothing of any significance can be done so the impact on the east of Bury will be huge. Suffolk County Council has finally provided me with their possible solutions to make it all work. You will love this! They will encourage a modal shift from cars to public transport, bikes and walking. That should help when parents are trying to get to two different schools at the same time and then to work anywhere in the county or even further afield. They will discourage us from using the A14 for commuting from one side of town to the other. I wonder how; border posts? Well, here's one person they won't stop and I suspect there are many more. Now for the best bit. They could make use of the gadget that fits to buses that changes the traffic lights in the bus's favour. So, picture the bus, without too many passengers as they mucked up the routes last year, sitting in a mile long tail-back of single lane traffic in Mount Road and Eastgate Street trying to change the lights at Northgate Street. I suspect that there's no gadget on the market that will get that bus along any quicker. We are at the mercy of dreamers who fantasise about their car-free utopia and wall to wall housing. It really is a source of great comfort that my hard-earned taxes facilitate their freedom to dream while the rest of us suffer. Please, please, Mr Pickles; sort them out before it's too late. You are making all the right noises so let's see some action. Cllr Trevor Beckwith - Bury St Edmunds

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Paris has to be one of the most exciting, historic and romantic cities in the world attracting visitors for centuries. Paris never fails to disappoint you as the city is ever buzzing with people and activities all year round. It has a plethora of attractions and sights to make your stay in the city truly incredible and conjures up a multitude of images: broad treeAndrew Rowdon lined boulevards, iconic monuments, chic boutiques and elegant stores, colourful markets and remarkable museums - not forgetting some of the finest gastronomic restaurants. Apart from Paris bridges, gardens, theme parks and museums, there are its must-see attractions. These attractions are world famous and should not be missed. Musee du Louvre houses the renowned painting of Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa". Pay your tribute to Napoleon at the Arc de Triomphe which is a symbol of French national pride. When in Paris you simply cannot afford to miss the tall and magnificent Eiffel Tower which represents the wonder of engineering. Other must see are Notre-Dame Cathedrale, Centre George Pompidou, Musee Rodin, Chateau de Versailles and many more. My 5 top tips to get the most out of your time in Paris For comfort and ease of travel take the Eurostar from London directly in to the centre of Paris Take a cruise along the Seine - it's a great way of finding your bearings! Take time to enjoy the panoramic views over Paris from Sacre Coeur and the wonderful pavement artists of Montmarte Buy a metro pass before you travel: It will save you time and trouble when you arrive. If you have time, Disneyland Paris is only 45 minutes away from the centre of Paris by RER train For details of this exceptional holiday or indeed holidays across the world contact Andrew Rowdon

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Sponsored by The Crown Pub, Snape This month we've teamed up with Garry & Teresa Cook from the Crown Inn in Snape for this wonderful recipe great as a starter or a main;

Smoked haddock "Kedgeree" risotto Ingredients z z z z z z z z z z z z

200g aborio rice 25g peeled finely chopped shallot or onion 25g butter 50ml dry white wine 350ml water/fish stock 10g curry powder 250g natural smoked haddock fillet cooked (with pin boned and skin removed) 4 eggs hard boiled and shelled 50g parmesan 1tsp Chopped chives 1 small tub of crème fraiche salt and pepper

To prepare Sweat finely chopped shallot in butter until softened then add rice stirring to coat the rice. Add curry powder then add white wine, stirring all the time till the liquid has evaporated. Now add the water/fish stock in stages stirring all the time and waiting till previous liquid has cooked into rice before adding some more. Once all the liquid has been added the rice should be cooked if not add a little more liquid until rice is cooked. Add smoked haddock and parmesan and about 50 g of crème fraiche, adjust seasoning and add wedges of boiled egg and chopped chives serve immediately. - 01728 688324 Lovingly grown, local produce.

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Local Advice Sorting the 'Can't Pays' from the Won't Pays! Solicitors are often wrongly perceived as being expensive for debt recovery work. However formal letters of demand from a Solicitor will sort out the 'can't pays' from the 'won't pays!' Solicitors can issue proceedings to recover unpaid invoices, fixed costs and interest. Interest may be recovered at either the Court rate (currently 8%) from due date of payment, at your contractual rate in accordance Sarah Lock with your terms and conditions or under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) 1998. It is also possible to recover compensation under the Late Payment legislation. If your unpaid invoice is for more than £5,000 interest will continue to accrue post Judgment. If no response is received to the proceedings then Judgment will be obtained. A County Court Judgment is a Court Order for a fixed amount. The details of the Judgment are entered on to The Register of Judgments, Order and Fines. This information is then passed onto credit reference agencies, which will make it difficult for the debtor to gain credit in the future. Once obtained it is possible to issue one of the following enforcement proceedings:

Warrants - execution against goods - County Court bailiffs or the High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEO's) Charging order - placing a charge over the debtor's home or business address

Third Party Debt Order (formerly known as a garnishee order) - obtaining monies owed to your debtor from a third party

Order to Obtain Information - obtaining your debtor's financial details under oath

Attachment of earnings - debtor's employer pays regular instalments to you via the Court

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Join in the fun this summer holiday with Ipswich Town Community Trust. ITFC SCORE courses are kicking off once again to help beat holiday boredom and keep the kids active this summer. ITFC SCORE is designed for both boys and girls throughout Suffolk aged between four and 12 years, offering fun football coaching to children of all abilities. All those who sign up can expect a wide range of fun activities and football related team games, giving children involved the opportunity to develop their football skills as well as improving their confidence and the chance to make new friends. On arrival each player will join a crew who they will play football with on the course. The crews they join depend on their age from MINIS (5/6 year olds) and ROOKIES (7/8 year olds) through to YOUTHS (9/10 year olds) and SKIPPERS (11/12 year olds). Each year, players will graduate to the next crew as they get older. Once they have been allocated a crew, the youngsters will be split into teams named after Town players so teams are made up of different crew members. Players will then try and win points for their teams as they play against their fellow crew members. The team with the most points will be crowned champions and receive trophies at an Awards Ceremony at the end of the two day course, where each player who took part will receive a medal. Located at venues in Bury St. Edmunds, Framlingham, Thetford, Elmswell, Felixstowe, Saxmundham, Woodbridge and Ipswich, two day courses run from 10am-3pm and costs just £20 per child for the two days. ITFC SCORE also offer specialist one day courses which cost just £10 per child and include girls' only courses, goalkeeper training and courses designed specifically for youngsters with physical disabilities, learning difficulties and mental health issues. Crazee's Club will also be kicking off once again for younger children who are just beginning to show an interest and gain confidence in playing football. This course lasts for two hours and costs just £5 per child. Summer Holiday ITFC SCORE course are taking place between 26th July to 27th August please call 0845 1369 333 to book or for more information. Alternatively you can visit the Community Trust website to find out venues, dates and times.

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Hospice Update Hospice Update A sizzling fundraiser which aims to make this summer one big party has been launched by St Nicholas Hospice Care. The Summer Sizzle encourages people across West Suffolk to organise a fundraising barbecue, summer picnic or strawberry tea this summer and invite their family, friends, neighbours and work colleagues. Rather than bring a bottle - or indeed as well as - it is suggested guests bring a small donation to the Hospice. "Whatever you do, we want to know" Community Fundraiser Ian Norris, who came up with the fundraising idea, said: "Having a barbecue or a summer picnic is one of the great English traditions and we hope this will encourage people to hold a Summer Sizzle event in aid of the Hospice. "Maybe you can invite friends and family to a special World Cup barbecue or have a strawberry tea afternoon to celebrate the Wimbledon tennis tournament. Just a small donation from everyone attending can make a massive difference." The fundraiser was launched with a special barbecue in the grounds of the Hospice for staff, volunteers, patients and supporters. Among the attendees (pictured above) was Trish Muxlow, who is holding a barbecue as part of her plans to raise £10,000 in memory of her late husband, and Manju Agarwal who is organising a Mela, an Indian summer fair, complete with traditional food and Bollywood dancers. A special party pack has been designed by the Hospice Fundraising Team and is available for free by calling them on 01284 747624 or email


Moth Night at West Stow Country Park Late night nature lovers are in for a treat on the evening of Saturday 12 June between 9.30pm and 11.30pm when moth expert Tony Prichard shines a spotlight on the nocturnal moth species that may be found in West Stow Country Park. Tony, a member of the "Suffolk Butterfly Group", brings the professional equipment and light boxes that offer the visitors the opportunity to look at these beautiful and mysterious creatures at close range, before being safely released again into the night. It is a truly fascinating experience. Tony also offers hints and tips on how to distinguish different moth species and discusses their fascinating life cycles and habits. Tickets for the Moth Night cost £6 for adults (16 and over) and £3 for accompanied children Over 12 years. Places are limited and booking is essential so please call 01284 728718

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money for the Suffolk Council Tax payer. Both councils are currently working on redesigning the bin collection rounds. Once this is completed we will tell houseBurySOUND 2010 is about to open its doors to talented holders and for most of them it will mean putting out their young bands this year. This marks the thirteenth year of BurySOUND Battle of the Bands and will be the first to be held bins on a different day, as well as possibly changing the week they put out their blue/brown and black bins. at Bury's new premier music venue, the Apex. The application process kicks off with the BurySOUND Launch At this stage we are simply asking people to be aware that these changes are coming and encourage them to look out event from 7.30pm until 11pm on the Friday 4 June at the for more specific information in early June. Lounge in Hatter Street, Bury St Edmunds. Entry is free but The councils will be targeting specific information to all space is limited. The party features a range of new musical householders and will ensure that community groups, parish talent from Nik Lowe, The Peripheral, Ready For The Fall and councils and landlords are aware that changes are coming last year's BurySOUND winners Cure Caballo. in order that they can support residents. Entry to the competition is open from 4 June to 6 August Information will be sent to individual households, put on to 2010, to young bands that have at least one member living in West Suffolk and with a majority of the band under 23 years bins and there will also be a Freephone helpline available nearer the time. of age. Applications can be made on line at or in person at: Bury Bus Station, The Rehearsal Rooms, SoundsPlus or Hardcore Hobbies. The line-up will be announced in early September and tickets will be available in mid September. The three heats are scheduled for 8 October and 22 October with the final at the Apex on 12 November. Last year saw a capacity crowd and people queuing for tickets. The competition gives up-and-coming West Suffolk bands the opportunity to play in a prestigious venue with professional set-up and gain valuable performance experience and This popular event, held on the third Sunday of each June, kudos. Although the event has an overall winner, the aim of the competition is to develop the talent of musically-talented holds fun for all the family. There are many craft and trade stands, entertainers and arena acts, along with food and young people within St Edmundsbury. drink and places to picnic. BurySOUND is kindly sponsored by Soundsplus, West Suffolk College, The Shrubbery Studios, Infallible Duplication and The The 2010 fair is on Sunday 20 June, 11am to 5pm. With a variety of professional arena acts, a fun dog show, Rehearsal Rooms, with support from Hardcore Hobbies. children's farm, craft and gift stalls, Suffolk Punch cart rides, BurySOUND 2010 is an alcohol, drug and smoke free event Farmer's market, music and more. For more information see for young people 13 years and over.

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Bin collection days will change

Most householders throughout Forest Heath and St Edmundsbury council areas will need to put their bins out on a different day and time from the end of June. The waste disposal contract has changed, which means the councils' bin lorries will take black bin waste to different disposal points. This has given Forest Heath and St Edmundsbury the opportunity to redesign all the bin rounds to make them more efficient, to help reduce the amount of fuel we use and to cut our carbon emissions. The new contract will save

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