This website is run and managed by Palgrave Parish Council on behalf of the village and strives to include as much village information as possible or will direct you to additional websites where applicable.
Please also be aware of any scams surrounding the current situation. There ARE unscrupulous people out there who will try and exploit the situation. Please refer to the Neighbourhood Watch page for the latest information on these scams.
FESTIVAL OF SUFFOLK 2022 culminating in The Queen's Platinum Jubilee:
Two of our grand dames, the late Jean Thorndyke together with Pauline Whistlecraft, represented Palgrave when the Lord Lieutenant’s Torch Relay came through Palgrave on Wednesday 25 May at approximately 3.30 pm. They shared a ride in an e-rickshaw and carried the Torch. Lots of villagers came out to support them and cheer them on their way as they progressed through the village. We are so glad we nominated Jean and that she was able to enjoy this unique event before her untimely death later in the year.
STAND PIPES IN THE VILLAGE
A team of 3 volunteers recently renovated the two standpipes in Palgrave - one on The Green and the other on Crossing Road. They look wonderful with the gold top being the crowning glory ready for the Platinum Jubilee Weekend celebrations.
TREE WARDEN - On behalf of the Suffolk Tree Warden Network, we are seeking a volunteer to become a Tree Warden for Palgrave. This is a fairly new initiative due to Mid Suffolk District Council no longer being able to co-ordinate the role. If you are keen, please contact the clerk and she can put you in touch with the relevant people.
Suffolk County Council Climate Emergency Plan: Information about SCC’s environment programme is contaned within their Climate Emergency Plan which can be read here or you can refer to the following link: https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/planning-waste-and-environment/
Palgrave Emergency Planning
If there was an emergency locally, what would you do? What action would you take? What action would we take as a village? We will develop an Emergency Plan alongside BMSDC when the time allows. In the meantime please refer to the Flooding and your Propery page under the Home drop down menu for up to date information on how you can help yourselves.
Palgrave is a hive of activity as well as being picturesque and a sheer delight to live in.
If you need modest financial assistance than please visit the Palgrave Welfare Trust page, there could be help at the end of the telephone.
Our Parish Council is an active one and meets regularly at the Community Centre and has a list of projects to enhance life in the village.
St Peter's is our village church and you will be able to find information and details of church services on their dedicated page.
The Village School page will take you through to information about Palgrave Primary School.
Although Palgrave is only a mile by footpath from the centre of Diss we are right in the countryside so it is not surprising that the village has a Walking Group you can find details of their walks and where they meet on their page under Clubs and Groups.
There is much much more that can be added to the History page so if you have anything to add to the information already published under that page, please e-mail us to get in touch. You can also access the Gallery of Old Photos and Postcards from the History page.
Palgrave Community Centre
Upper Rose Lane, Palgrave, IP22 1AE.
To book the centre for an event please contact the Booking Secretary on 07554 945682 or email email@example.com
Find out more about Palgrave Community Centre and their objectives by visiting their website www.pdcc.co.uk
The Palgrave Star is now issued online via the PDCC's website and all issues from September 2018 onwards are available to read on their dedicated site.
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