Charsfield news

Charsfield Village History, December 2020

12 Questions on Charsfield Past – see these and their answers here. Fanny Marjoram – our village publican at The Horse Shoes back in early Victorian times. Read the story of her life and family here.
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Village Hall Bar currently closed

Sadly, the current CV19 restrictions mean we can’t be open at the moment. Back when we can!
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Using the rec during Covid 19

YOU ARE WELCOME TO USE THE RECREATION GROUND AS AN EXERCISE AREA BUT YOU MUST COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTIONS: REMAIN AT A DISTANCE OF 2 METRES FROM ANY OTHER PERSON UNLESS THEY ARE A MEMBER OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD DO NOT USE THE MULTI – USE GAMES AREA OR THE TENNIS COURT
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CORONA VIRUS – MESSAGE FROM CHARSFIELD PARISH COUNCIL

We are confident that during the current crisis the normal Charsfield neighbourly spirit will prevail and we will all look after each other.  However the situation is changing daily and if you find yourself isolated without  anyone to call upon please contact the Parish Council via: Jan Pedgrift  01473 737701  Janpedgrift@btinternet.com Pam Hembra 01473...
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CADS 2020 – Update

Sadly, the coronavirus means that CADS 2020 is postponed till later in the year. More news later!
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Charsfield Three Horseshoes News – February 2020

Edward Bolton – who owns the freehold of the Three Horseshoes – is proposing works at the Three Horseshoes ahead of re-opening it as a pub. They involve building some housing on site, partly to fund improvement works on the pub. His initial plans were presented by his agent, David Houchell, at a Parish...
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New Charsfield Emergency Plan

Available here
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Charsfest 2019 – the pictures!

Charsfest 2019 – the pictures!


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local police

Pc 1469 Debbie Howgego is our neighbourhood police officer for the Parish of Charsfield, this is due to the boundary changes, Charsfield now comes under the Woodbridge and District SNT.

Debbie.Howgego@suffolk.pnn.police.uk

In an emergency, ring 999. For non-emergency matters ring 101.