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Updating Friday 3 July 2020

 

Useful Contacts

 

Emergency Services

Ambulance 999

Fire 999

Police 999

 

Non-emergency 101

If you want to report a minor crime or incident, such as:

A stolen item

Property damage

A civil dispute

If you suspect drug use or dealing in your neighbourhood

To share information about possible criminal activity in your area

Antisocial behaviour

Non urgent enquiries

 

NHS 111

NHS 111 can help if you have an urgent or medical problem and you’re not sure what to do

To get help from call NHS 111

Or go online  111.nhs.uk

NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

 

Age UK Advice Line 0800 678 1602

The Lines are open 8am – 7pm, 365 days a yearAge UK’s advice line is a free, confidential national service for older people, their families, friends, carers

and professionals.

http://ageuk.org.uk

 

Alcoholics Anonymous 0800 9177 650

http://alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

 

Hoxne Parish Council 07781 963195hoxne/news@btinternet.com

Clerk to the Council is:

Sarah Foote, c/o Church Hill, Hoxne, IP21 5AT

email: pc@hoxne.suffolk.gov

http://hoxne.onesuffolk.net

The Parish Councillors are Colin Ablitt, Juliette Easey, Katherine Farthing, Alan Garnham, Rob Marsh-Feilly, Edward O’Connor (Chairman), Gill O’Connor,

Kevin Potter

 

The Hoxne (CSI) Volunteer Group

Gill O’Connor 01379 668241

Iain Gibson 01379 tbc

 

Home, But Not Alone 0800 876 926

Connecting volunteers and vulnerable people in Suffolk.

A Suffolk – focused community service set up to support people who need help during the COVID -19 pandemic

 

hoxne.net

email: hoxnenews@btinternet.com

 

Hoxne Neighbourhood Development Plan

http://hoxneneighbourhoodplan.co.uk

For further information contact Sarah Foote, Clerk to the Council as above

 

​​​​​​​St Edmund’s Village Hall – 07876 215269

http://hoxne.villagehall.co.uk

To book the hall or for more information, please contact Sharon Knights on the number above

 

The Playing Field/Pavillion

Tbc