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A reference and information resource for Kesgrave and its community.
Cafe 66 will be open for takeaways on Wednesdays and Thursdays starting 24th February 2021. Hot drinks to warm you on your daily walk, snacks & lunches to take home.
Pop along to Kesgrave Scout Hall 10.30-1.30 or message them from their facebook page to pre-order or ask queries.
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We are looking forward to seeing customers old and new.
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A public consultation has begun (Tues 9th Feb) and continues to Friday 19 March on the proposed improvements to the A12 between the A14 at Seven Hills and the A1152 at Wood Lane (“the A12 Scheme”). All details are available at www.suffolk.gov.uk/A12improvements During the consultation there are two public virtual events (11 Feb - 3 Mar) to be held where people can hear a presentation on the proposals and then ask questions – details and link available on the webpage.
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For safety reasons, we will now need to fully close the A14 between junctions 55 and 58 for our work to take place. Our work will now be done on weeknights between the hours of 10pm to 6am from Tuesday 16 February to Friday 12 March inclusive, and the road will be closed during those hours.
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Exciting news - Kesgrave Library reopens on Tuesday 16th February, offering our Select and Collect service by appointment.
Select & Collect – This service is open to any age group. Staff select a variety of books for customers, based on the information you give us about the types of books and authors that you like to read. Staff can also reserve in any items for you if they are not available at Kesgrave.
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Households in East Suffolk are being reminded to follow bin guidelines as more household waste is created during national Covid-19 restrictions.
People are spending more time at home due to national Covid-19 restrictions and East Suffolk Council is asking households to ensure they’re following the bin guidelines set out by the Council to help refuse teams efficiently provide an essential service.
Read more … East Suffolk households asked to follow bin rules
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