Here's a link to the Met.Office forecast page for Bury St Edmunds.
Check out the Events page to find out what is going on in our village - and beyond: includes NEWS FEED from the BURY FREE PRESS
Next Parish Council Meeting: Thursday, May 28th, 2020 7.30pm
Next Community Council Meeting:
A library of important documents relating to the Parish Council and the village, including meeting agendas & minutes and copies of the Hawstead Journal.
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NOTE: General Data Protection Regulations 2018.
Please note that archive material posted onto the website before 25 May 2018 may include limited personal data for which consent to publication has not been given. The Parish Council wants to continue to make such material, which is of local interest, easily available to residents, but has not had the capacity to review the content fully. Please contact the clerk to the Council if you have any objection to your name or other personal data appearing in this archive material in order that it might be removed forthwith.
To view the film made by Andy and Janet Taplin in support of our bid for the Suffolk Village of the Year competition (ie 2014)click HERE. It's a fantastic production!
Most documents posted on this site are in the "PDF" format and to see them on your compputer you need a program called Adobe Reader. If you don't have this on yoour compputer you can download and install it Free of Charge here
Hawstead Parish Council
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Also on the Contacts page you'll find MAPS!
Hawstead Parish Council comprises 7 councillors.
The Secretary is Mrs. Catherine Hibbert. Please use the contact form to contact any of them via Catherine. Your request will be forwarded to the respective person.
PHIL BAKER Vice-Chairman
CHRISTABEL CARR, Councillor
Responsible for all matters concerning the village Greens
ROS ALEXANDER, Councillor
Responsible for environmental matters (assisted by non-councillor James Carr (tree warden)
GILES RUSHEN, Councillor
Responsible for the village survey and emergency planning
Giles grew up in the village and returned back in 2017 with his wife Louisa and three boys. He is keen to use his energy to make the village an even better place to live.