Welcome to the Raydon Parish Council website. Our aim is to keep all the local people of Raydon updated of the local news and services whilst representing the interests of the whole community.
Fly Tipping remains a problem and Babergh DC is urging parishioners to report any incidents via Babergh’s website:
They will investigate and clear fly tips as soon as possible.
COVID-19 Advice – please visit suffolk.gov.uk/coronavirus for the latest update from Stuart Keeble, Director of Public Health, about COVID-19 in Suffolk
Raydon’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Community ‘Phone Tree’ help group, click on this link to open the attachment for full details; Raydon Phone Tree
New – Yoga Classes in Holton st Mary, every Thursday, click on link for full details; Yoga Classes
Raydon Parish Plan Survey – Results of the Questionnaire
Update from Raydon questionnaire working party – February 2019
The Parish Council received 62 completed questionnaires – 140 residents were represented, which is 28% of the population. Typically a survey of this type gets a 10% return rate so we are particularly pleased with this response.
The survey results include a lot of valuable information and opinions on transport, housing, facilities and the environment around Raydon. The Parish Council will be able to use this to guide our decisions on future activity.
Thank you to all those parishioners who completed the questionnaire.
Calling all Dog Owners – please preserve our footpaths………. Raydon Parish Council would like to politely request that dog owners use the bin provided. We know you will all wish to keep our footpaths clear and remain a joy for all our fellow parishioners.
Raydon Neighbourhood Watch
Raydon has its own Neighbourhood Watch scheme. If you would like to help prevent and reduce crime in Raydon please email email@example.com to join our local NHW scheme. For further information you can visit the Suffolk Neighbourhood Watch website: SNHW
Bus Service: Suffolk Links Brett
Did you know that you can catch a bus from Raydon to Ipswich and Manningtree rail stations? As well as to any of the surrounding villages in the Brett district area? For further information please click this link: www.suffolkonboard.com