Please see the relevant article under the Parish Council home page - we need your views and ideas for improvements in Palgrave.
Note this article has been updated 5 May with an up to date PIIP available to download for your comments. See also the revised definitions which include maintenance of existing infrastructure. Refer to the June issue of the Palgrave Star. We look forward to hearing from you so we can finalise this document.
For full details of published 2019 bin collections please visit click here.
You can access roadworks information by logging onto roadworks.org.
Palgrave is a hive of activity as well as being picturesque and a sheer delight to live in. Take a look at the Business Directory it lists businesses in Palgrave from Accommodation to Plumbers.
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 here then please e-mail us to get in touch. You can also access the Gallery of Old Photos and Postcards from this page.
The Jazz page carries information and programme on this club that meets regularly every month.
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 .
St Peters is our village church and you will be able to find information and details of church services on this page.
The Village School page has information on 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 here.
CRUSE BEREAVEMENT CARE
Could you help bereaved people?
We are now recruiting volunteers to help us in our work with bereaved people in the North Suffolk and Great Yarmouth area.
A training course for potential volunteers starts on Saturday 18th September at the Friends' Meeting House in Beccles. The course is divided into 16 three-hour sessions and the first session is followed by four further Saturdays and six Monday evenings. The Awareness in Bereavement Care course allows those who complete it successfully to become Bereavement Support Volunteers.
Anyone can apply to be a volunteer for Cruse. You do not to have any qualifications or previous experience, but you do need to care about bereaved people and have time to offer. We welcome men and women of all ages, races, cultures and backgrounds. You are likely to find there is enormous satisfaction from knowing you make a positive difference to someone's life. Cruse Bereavement Care has been restoring hope to bereaved people for 50 years.
For more information about dates, costs and a training course application form, please contact the Administrator of Suffolk Cruse, Mrs Robin Meares:
Tel: 01245 233518
Address: The Glen, The Street, Terling, Chelmsford CM3 2PG
INTERESTED in faster broadband? EREBUS is a project funded and run by EEDA (the East of England Development Agency)
The overall aim of the project is to register as much demand for next generation broadband services as possible in an information resource.
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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
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