Council business during the Coronavirus Pandemic
In an attempt to manage the level of risk to both our staff and members of the public, the Town Clerk’s office will be closed until further notice.
Councillors and Officers of the Town Council will be continuing to address the queries that you might have and suggest that in the first instance,
you contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01728 452158.
ATC urges you to follow both Government and NHS advice at this time of uncertainty.
Useful community contacts:
Other Useful contacts:
A new Suffolk focused community service has been set up to support people who need help during COVID-19 pandemic. Called ‘Home But Not Alone’, the service has been launched to help connect people who want to volunteer in their communities with neighbours who are most in need. The service will mean willing volunteers, charities, town and parish councils, community and religious groups can all log their details and offers of support on an app, while people who need help can phone to request support.
USE THIS LINK TO CLICK ONTO THE SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL WEBSITE FOR FULL DETAILS
In the past few days, AGNES has successfully recruited sixty five new volunteers to help residents of Aldeburgh.
You may be self-isolating or need help with access to vital services.
If AGNES can support you in any way, please contact them on
0777-303-1064 or click here for more info click here.
Suffolk Community Foundation