Safer Rendlesham Project
This project aims to investigate and take forward more Neighbourhood Watch Schemes, Street Watch Schemes and to develop the Community Speed Watch Scheme. The Scheme has also been responsible for attracting the Police Mobile Speed Camera to the outskirts of the village in an attempt to slow down traffic along on the A1152.
Cllr Harding kindly heads up the Community Speed Watch Team and more volunteers are invited to join. For more information, please contact Nigel Harding or the Parish Office.
Rendlesham Parish Council takes any anti social behaviour very seriously and works with the Safer Neighbourhood Team (Suffolk Constabulary and Suffolk Coastal Council Officers) to make the community in which we all live, a safer place. In the first instance please report any non-emergency ASB direct to the Police (phone 101) or call the Suffolk Coastal Safer Neighbourhood Team on 01394 444 763.
Motor vehicle ASB Reporting forms can be found by clicking here
Youth Group Charity
To ensure the future of a Youth Group in the village, the Parish Council is the Charity Trustee and oversees the running of the club. Supervised junior sessions for the under 12s are held in the Community Centre every Tuesday during school term time, and two 'drop in' senior sessions are held for the over 13s every Wednesday and Thursday term time only. The sessions are constantly under review and change from time to time to suit the age groups using the youth services.
Installation of additional grit bins
Following consultation with residents, the Parish Council have installed an additional 4 grit bins around the village bringing the total to 15 grit bins. The Parish Council is now looking for "Snow sponsors" to sponsor the upkeep of the bins, and "Snow Champions" to spread the grit. Insurance is available through Suffolk County Council for all registered volunteers who kindly volunteer to clear the snow. For further information, please contact the Parish Office.