Home > News


New vicar of Bramford

27 March 2021

New Priest in Charge at St Mary’s Church.

Read more on New vicar of Bramford

We are looking for volunteers.

21 March 2021

Bramford Parish Council are looking for volunteers to join the village Community Speed Watch.

Read more on We are looking for volunteers.

Tye Lane to become a Quiet Lane.

22 February 2021

Bramford PC intends to support Suffolk County Council’s proposals to designate Tye Lane as a Quiet Lane.

Read more on Tye Lane to become a Quiet Lane.

Bramford’s Bobby

11 February 2021

PC 710 Michael Small will be on the beat every week

Read more on Bramford’s Bobby

Bramford Cock is now an Asset of Community Value

29 January 2021

It is official, the Bramford Cock PH is now an Asset of Community Value

Thank you to all that supplied the many photos depicting ‘good times’ spent at the Cock PH.  This went a long way in evaluating the nomination.

Read more on Bramford Cock is now an Asset of Community Value

National lockdown: Stay at Home

4 January 2021

Coronavirus cases are rising rapidly across Suffolk..

Read more on National lockdown: Stay at Home

New bus service - 8B

23 December 2020

Please support your new bus service.  Use it or Lose it!

From Monday 4th January 2021 Ipswich Buses will be introducing a new bus service.

Read more on New bus service - 8B

50 new trees to be planted.

24 November 2020

Once lockdown is eased on 2nd December Bramford Parish Council in partnership with Bramford Open Spaces, will be planting 50 new trees courtesy of the Suffolk Tree Warden Network.

If we can look after these trees they will grow into an extension to Hazel Wood with mature oak, hornbeam, crab apple, wild service, field maple, wild cherry, hazel trees with an open glade in the middle. We will need (of course) to name the wood. Please send Suggestions in the comments section on our Facebook page or send them into;- bramfordparishcouncil@btinternet.com

Read more on 50 new trees to be planted.

Be a Message Campaigner

6 November 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Suffolk

Suffolk County Council message cascader campaign

Suffolk County Council are highlighting the importance of local councils signing up to this campaign. They highlighted this campaign a couple of weeks ago but this is very much a call to action.  In the current climate it has never been more important for all agencies and stakeholders involved in local government, voluntary, charitable and the social enterprise sector to work together.  Local councils are a critical link to our local communities and your feedback from the SCC needs poll in May highlighted above anything else that you wanted clear, up to date and consistent information you can use to help local people. The 'be a message cascader' campaign provides the opportunity for local people to share key messages about COVID-19. we are asking you to share the messages with your communities and family, friends and colleagues in order to ensure they have the most up to date information available and to help avoid the confusion some people are feeling.

Read more on Be a Message Campaigner