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West Suffolk Council Shadow Authority Meeting 30th May 2018
 
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First historic meeting of the Shadow Authority for the new West Suffolk Council combining St. Edmundsbury Borough Council and Forest Heath District Council in April 2019.
SEBC Special Meeting - Freedom of the Borough
 
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Special Meeting of St. Edmundsbury Borough Council to confer the Freedom of the Borough on HMS Vengeance and TS Edmund (Mayor’s Own) Sea Cadet Corps. 18th May 2017
SEBC Planning Meeting - Gurteens Demolition - 5th March 2015
 
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St. Edmundsbury Borough Council Planning Meeting held on 5th March 2015 at West Suffolk House, Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk. Discussing and voting to defer application for demolition of buildings 5, 6, 8, 9 and 11 plus other matters under SE/13/0902/LB.
Views: 161 HaverhillOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Kedington Development - 8th January 2015
 
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St. Edmundsbury Borough Council Planning Meeting held on 8th January 2015 to discuss outline planning permission for up to 40 residential units at junction of Hall Road and Mill Road, Kedington, Suffolk
Views: 218 HaverhillOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Stanton Gypsy Site - 5th March 2015
 
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St. Edmundsbury Borough Council Development Control Committee Meeting held on 5th March 2015. DC/15/0043/FUL. 4 additional gypsy pitches together with stationing 4 no. caravans, day rooms & additional hardstanding ancillary to that use (plus other matters). The Birches, Glassfield Road, Stanton For Ms. S Oakley
Views: 141 SuffolkOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Tesco Haverhill Early Deliveries - 8th January 2015
 
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St. Edmundsbury Borough Council Planning Meeting held on 8th January 2015 to discuss Tesco Stores Ltd application for early deliveries from 5am instead of 7am at it's Haverhill, Suffolk store.
Views: 104 HaverhillOnline
Bury Council - Full Council Meeting - 5th July 2017
 
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© Digital Tree Media 2017
Views: 307 Digital Tree Media
I Married a Bristol (Family Lost and Found)
 
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Second half of scene 2 of the Locket of Bristol Musical being performed May 2012 at the Firehall Theatre in Gananoque. John Hervey discovers that he not only married into money, he married into the legend of the lost Bristol Gold Original Concept and Script Deanna Lyn Micallef Original Music Stephen Beardwood www.deannalyn.beardwood.ca www.deannanlynproductions.com www.beardwood.ca
Views: 212 OneGuitarMore
Mayor making
 
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St Edmundsbury mayor making 2017
Views: 128 Bury Free Press
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council Full Council Meeting 5th November 2014
 
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Recording of Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council’s Full Council Meeting held on 5th November 2014 at the Civic Centre, Merthyr Tydfil You can now view Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council’s democracy in action through recorded meetings that have taken place in the Council Chamber and published on the Council’s website. Webcasts will be recorded and available to access after the meeting, enabling you to watch and listen to discussions and decisions made from the comfort of home
Views: 405 Merthyr Tydfil
SEBC Mayor Making & Annual Meeting 2016
 
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Annual Mayor Making Ceremony held on 19th May 2016 at The Apex in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.
Views: 45 WestSuffolkOnline
HAWP Meeting 11th December 2014
 
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Haverhill Area Working Party Meeting held at Castle Manor Academy, Haverhill, Suffolk on 11th December 2014
Views: 132 HaverhillOnline
Bury Libraries Review 2016
 
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Bury Council recognises the importance of libraries as community spaces. The upcoming libraries review will explore options for strengthening their role in meeting community needs. To do that, we need YOUR HELP! Find out more: http://ow.ly/IUtQ301cdLV Take part in the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/bury-libraries-consultation
Views: 25 Bury Libraries
Oceanport Borough Council - January 1st, 2016
 
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This is live stream and recording of a reorganization meeting of the Oceanport Borough Council on January 1st, 2016 at Maple Place Middle School in Oceanport, NJ.
Views: 139 Cullin Wible
SEBC Cabinet Meeting - Market License Regulations - 2nd September 2014
 
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Proceedings of St Edmundsbury Borough Council Cabinet meeting held on 2nd September 2014. Discussing revised Market License Regulations and proposal to ban political and pressure stalls from markets.
Views: 119 HaverhillOnline
Haverhill request SEBC reinstate council support grant
 
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People of Haverhill present a petition to St Edmundsbury Borough Council for reinstatement of the Council Support Grant.
Views: 236 HaverhillOnline
100 in 100 Bury St Edmunds
 
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The game is on! The competition is on between Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill and Newmarket! Which town will be crowned the 100 in 100 Champion? Be part of the challenge to create 100 new Apprenticeship opportunities in 100 days in each town. Did you know hiring an apprentice can benefit your organisation by increasing productivity and meeting skills requirement in the local area. What are you waiting for? Get involved today to showcase your company and support your local town. Get in touch today: http://100in100.co.uk/ Edited by Georgia Fowles, Flok Creative
Olding Road Skatepark!
 
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Special thanks to Hardcore Hobbies, Wheelscape skateparks, St Edmundsbury Borough council, Havebury housing partnership, Bury town council, Biffa Awards and to all the people who organised and turned up to the meetings and made this happen. WE DID IT! respect your skatepark and stay safe and keep shredding! Sountrack: Awolnation Sail Filmed and edited: tom kitto Intergram: _instalipz_ Athletes: Connor Phimister Ash Finlay Sean Manning Ben Peters Tom Ellam Stu Barnham Jordan Lunn Jason Wreathal Tom Kitto Harley miller Edi Poolay Luke Golding Ollie Myers
Views: 2079 Tom Kitto
Haverhill Town Council - Council tax support grant debate - BBC Radio Suffolk 03/07/14
 
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Haverhill Town Council & St Edmundsbury Council council tax support grant debate on BBC Radio Suffolk. Debate between Haverhill Town Council (Town Mayor Cllr Roger Andre) & St Edmundsbury Borough Council (Borough Cllr David Ray Cabinet member for Resources and Performance) www.haverhill-online.co.uk/facebook/ Copyright BBC
Views: 84 HaverhillOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Gypsy/Traveller Site at Rougham - 5th February 2015
 
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SEBC planning meeting, regarding application made for gypsy/traveller site at Rougham Hill, held on 5th February 2015 in Bury St. Edmunds.
Views: 191 SuffolkOnline
FAST Royalist Crier opens St Edmundsbury Christmas Fayre 2018
 
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Visit the magical Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre The award winning Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre is now in its sixteenth year and gets bigger and better everytime. With over 300 stalls situated all around the historic Georgian town centre it has the perfect mix of old and new. Our Fayre has something for everyone and includes children’s opening parade and fireworks, cookery theatre and food area in the Cathedral grounds, free children’s activities and fun fair on Angel Hill and in the Abbey Gardens and much much more. Christmas is a magical time for children so if you have little ones please see here for our tips and info on bringing the children to the Fayre. If you are travelling with children this year, click here to view our top tips! CHRISTMAS FAYRE PROGRAMME Eat, drink and shop As well as 300-plus stalls at our Christmas market you will find a traditional street market, a contemporary shopping centre and a great selection of independent retailers making Bury St Edmunds a shoppers’ paradise. With quaint cafés, traditional tearooms, cosy pubs and award winning restaurants there is something to suit everyone. Many places open specially to provide refreshments, seating and toilets during the fayre. For more information on where to eat and drink visit: www.ourburystedmunds.com/food-and-drink-bury-st-edmunds Country Markets - Oddfellows Hall, 85 Whiting Street.Open Friday and Saturday 8.30am to 4pm. A co-operative of local people producing home-bakedgoods and preserves, fresh eggs and a selection of handcrafted items. Refreshments and toilets available. Ivy Joan Makers Market, Unitarian Meeting House,Churchgate Street. Open Thursday 5 - 9pm, Friday & Saturday 9.30am - 6pm and Sunday 10am - 5pm. An opportunity to find unique gifts, mulled wine, mince pies and Christmas cheer all day long. www.ivyjoan.co.uk. The Greene King Beer Café, Westgate Street. Pop in for a coffee or a beer. Special Christmas menu includes Rocking Rudolph Sausages and hot turkey baps. Open Thursday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm. Just Traid shop and café, St Johns Street. Great value fair trade café, open Friday and Saturday 10am to 6pm and Sunday 12 noon to 4pm. Constitutional Club, Guildhall Street will be open from 12 noon on Friday & Saturday and 3pm on Sunday for hot and cold drinks and a quiet place to relax. Everyone welcome! MAKE A WEEKEND OF IT! Quality self-catering holiday cottages available for Christmas Fayre weekend. 01394 389189 www.suffolkcottageholidays.com BURY ST EDMUNDS GUILDHALL Toy making workshops with the Guildhall Elves and festive food and drink. For full details visit: www.burystedmundschristmasfayre.co.uk CLOSING SERVICE on Angel Hill, Sunday at 4pm. Churches Together accompanied by the Salvation Army Band. Free entertainment includes: THE CHRISTMAS MAGIC show in Abbey Gardens. FACE PAINTING and circus skills workshops. SANTA’S ELVES and reindeer in the Abbey Gardens from 12 noon on Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday. SANTA’S POST OFFICE for children to post their letters (all children will receive a reply). Other entertainment in the gardens includes water walkers, a climbing wall, Dr Who exhibition and fun fair suitable for all ages (charges may apply). Santa’s grotto in the Abbey Gardens Visit Santa in his magical grotto and tell him what you would like for Christmas! All children will receive a gift and there is a chance for children to visit his post office to post their letters to the North Pole. All children will receive a reply. The helpful elves will be wrapping presents in the workshop. For more information and details of other entertainment for children visit the Christmas Fayre website: www.burystedmundschristmasfayre.co.uk For information on where to eat, shop, stay, visit and go... www.burystedmundsandbeyond.co.uk Tourist Information Centre 01284 764667 or tis@westsuffolk.gov.uk
Royalist Crier opens St Edmundsbury Christmas Fayre 2018
 
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Visit the magical Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre The award winning Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre is now in its sixteenth year and gets bigger and better everytime. With over 300 stalls situated all around the historic Georgian town centre it has the perfect mix of old and new. Our Fayre has something for everyone and includes children’s opening parade and fireworks, cookery theatre and food area in the Cathedral grounds, free children’s activities and fun fair on Angel Hill and in the Abbey Gardens and much much more. Christmas is a magical time for children so if you have little ones please see here for our tips and info on bringing the children to the Fayre. If you are travelling with children this year, click here to view our top tips! CHRISTMAS FAYRE PROGRAMME Eat, drink and shop As well as 300-plus stalls at our Christmas market you will find a traditional street market, a contemporary shopping centre and a great selection of independent retailers making Bury St Edmunds a shoppers’ paradise. With quaint cafés, traditional tearooms, cosy pubs and award winning restaurants there is something to suit everyone. Many places open specially to provide refreshments, seating and toilets during the fayre. For more information on where to eat and drink visit: www.ourburystedmunds.com/food-and-drink-bury-st-edmunds Country Markets - Oddfellows Hall, 85 Whiting Street.Open Friday and Saturday 8.30am to 4pm. A co-operative of local people producing home-bakedgoods and preserves, fresh eggs and a selection of handcrafted items. Refreshments and toilets available. Ivy Joan Makers Market, Unitarian Meeting House,Churchgate Street. Open Thursday 5 - 9pm, Friday & Saturday 9.30am - 6pm and Sunday 10am - 5pm. An opportunity to find unique gifts, mulled wine, mince pies and Christmas cheer all day long. www.ivyjoan.co.uk. The Greene King Beer Café, Westgate Street. Pop in for a coffee or a beer. Special Christmas menu includes Rocking Rudolph Sausages and hot turkey baps. Open Thursday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm. Just Traid shop and café, St Johns Street. Great value fair trade café, open Friday and Saturday 10am to 6pm and Sunday 12 noon to 4pm. Constitutional Club, Guildhall Street will be open from 12 noon on Friday & Saturday and 3pm on Sunday for hot and cold drinks and a quiet place to relax. Everyone welcome! MAKE A WEEKEND OF IT! Quality self-catering holiday cottages available for Christmas Fayre weekend. 01394 389189 www.suffolkcottageholidays.com BURY ST EDMUNDS GUILDHALL Toy making workshops with the Guildhall Elves and festive food and drink. For full details visit: www.burystedmundschristmasfayre.co.uk CLOSING SERVICE on Angel Hill, Sunday at 4pm. Churches Together accompanied by the Salvation Army Band. Free entertainment includes: THE CHRISTMAS MAGIC show in Abbey Gardens. FACE PAINTING and circus skills workshops. SANTA’S ELVES and reindeer in the Abbey Gardens from 12 noon on Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday. SANTA’S POST OFFICE for children to post their letters (all children will receive a reply). Other entertainment in the gardens includes water walkers, a climbing wall, Dr Who exhibition and fun fair suitable for all ages (charges may apply). Santa’s grotto in the Abbey Gardens Visit Santa in his magical grotto and tell him what you would like for Christmas! All children will receive a gift and there is a chance for children to visit his post office to post their letters to the North Pole. All children will receive a reply. The helpful elves will be wrapping presents in the workshop. For more information and details of other entertainment for children visit the Christmas Fayre website: www.burystedmundschristmasfayre.co.uk For information on where to eat, shop, stay, visit and go... www.burystedmundsandbeyond.co.uk Tourist Information Centre 01284 764667 or tis@westsuffolk.gov.uk
Mapping and geolocation technology for waste collection services -- West Suffolk waste partnership
 
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Mapping technology used by Forest Heath District Council and St Edmundsbury Borough Council to plan waste routes to enable more efficient collection service.
Views: 178 Benjamin P Taylor
Suffolk PCC & Chief Constable Tour 2015 - Eye
 
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Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner Public Meeting held in Eye, Suffolk on 13th May 2015.
Views: 200 SuffolkOnline
LSCC CONFERENCE, 10TH JULY 2014
 
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Filmed at the London Stansted Cambridge Corridor Conference, 10th July 2014, "A global hub for technology, science and enterprise" - The Wellcome Trust, London. Afternoon workshop "Unlocking our major sites"
SEBC Development Control - Westbourne Court - 07 August 2014
 
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Development Control Committee meeting regarding installation of mobility scooter shelter for Westbourne Court Housing Complex by Havebury Housing Partnership in Haverhill, Suffolk. Passed by 11 votes to 0.
Views: 51 HaverhillOnline
HAWP Meeting 25th February 2015
 
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Haverhill Area Working Party meeting held on 25th February 2015 at Castle Manor Academy, Haverhill, Suffolk. Discussing proposed Haverhill Masterplan, ONE Haverhill Update and Dog Waste management.
Views: 62 HaverhillOnline
We Love Bury St Edmunds! Presents...Mayor Making 2017
 
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18th May 2017 we saw Julia Wakelam end her role as Mayor and the position was taken up by Terry Clements This is what happened.. look out for being called Madame Mayor when you are not :)
Views: 95 welovebse!
SEBC Planning Meeting - Kedington Development - 4th December 2014
 
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Development Control Committee meeting regarding outline planning application by Milton Investments Ltd for up to 40 houses & infrastructure. Junction of HallRoad & Mill Road, Kedington, Suffolk. Deferred unanimously (14-0) for further work on highways issues.
Views: 189 HaverhillOnline
SEBC Development Control - Kedington Development - 07 August 2014
 
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Development Control Committee meeting regarding revised planning application by Bloor Homes Eastern to extend height of houses and introduce 3rd floor on new houses in Stourmead Close, Kedington, Suffolk. Passed by 10 votes to 4.
Views: 122 HaverhillOnline
Refurbished library, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
 
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Bury St Edmunds refurbished library opened on 6 September 2010
Bury St Edmunds
 
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Bury St Edmunds is a market town in the county of Suffolk, England, and formerly the county town of West Suffolk. It is the main town in the borough of St Edmundsbury and known for Bury St Edmunds Abbey located near the town centre. Bury is the seat of the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, with the episcopal see at St Edmundsbury Cathedral. The town, originally called Beodericsworth, was built on a grid pattern formulated by Abbot Baldwin in around 1080. It is known for brewing and malting and for a British Sugar processing factory, where Silver Spoon sugar, one of Britain's biggest brands, is produced. Many large and small businesses are located in Bury, which traditionally has given Bury an affluent economy with low unemployment, with the town being the main cultural and retail centre for West Suffolk. Tourism is also a major part of the economy, plus local government. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 170 Audiopedia
SEBC Development Control - Cambridge Way Development - 07 August 2014
 
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Development Control Committee meeting regarding planning application by Havebury Housing Partnership to demolish existing garages and replace with affordable housing in Cambridge Way Haverhill. Passed by 9 votes to 3.
Views: 152 HaverhillOnline
Suffolk PCC & Chief Constable Tour 2015 - Halesworth
 
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Suffolk PCC & Chief Constable Tour 2015 held in Halesworth Suffolk on 1st June 2015.
Views: 157 SuffolkOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Bell PH Haverhill - 8th January 2015
 
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Development Control Committee meeting regarding redevelopment of the Bell Public House site in Haverhill High Street with new A1 retail unit plus 11 residential units by S2 Estates Ltd.
Views: 76 HaverhillOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Bell PH Haverhill - 5th February 2015
 
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Development Control Committee meeting regarding redevelopment of the Bell Public House site in Haverhill High Street with new A1 retail unit plus 11 residential units by S2 Estates Ltd.
Views: 98 HaverhillOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Tudor Croft Haverhill - 8th January 2015
 
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Development Control Committee meeting regarding changes to landscape & boundary treatment at Tudor Croft, Hamlet Road, Haverhill by Bloor Homes Eastern Ltd.
Views: 49 HaverhillOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Tesco Early Deliveries Application - 4th December 2014
 
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Development Control Committee meeting regarding application from Tesco Stores Ltd to allow deliveries to start from 5am instead of 7am at their store in Cangle Road, Haverhill, Suffolk. Minded for refusal by 8 votes to 4.
Views: 116 HaverhillOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Independent Church Hall Conversion Haverhill - 5th February 2015
 
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SEBC Planning Meeting discussing conversion of Old Independent Church Hall to 3 flats. Hamlet Road, Haverhill.
Views: 46 HaverhillOnline
SEBC Planning Meeting - Independent Church Hall Entrance Haverhill - 5th February 2015
 
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SEBC Planning Meeting discussing new entrance porch for Old Independent Church Hall to 3 flats. Hamlet Road, Haverhill.
Views: 53 HaverhillOnline
One rule for us, Another rule for Gurteen & Sons
 
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Gurteen & Sons, a clothing manufacturer in Haverhill, is proposing to demolish a selection of old Grade 2 listed buildings in the town. Permission is being sought to demolish some of Haverhill's most historical buildings. The Chauntry Mill site, owned by Gurteen & Sons, is all Grade II listed buildings - so work can only go ahead if English Heritage give their say so. This sexy snippet of joy comes from Episode 722 of the Dirty Boxers Show: http://bit.ly/1joJFA5 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DirtyBoxers Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/dbpodcast Google Plus: http://www.google.com/+dirtyboxersnet Official Site: http://www.dirtyboxers.net The Dirty Boxers Show is an [almost] daily radio show & podcast broadcast LIVE, with a chatroom, normally at 9am EST | 2pm UK. Experience the unscripted madness yourself: http://www.dirtyboxers.net/live
Views: 90 Dirty Boxers