Below are copies of our policies and other miscellaneous information.
Grants to support parish groups and organisations.
The council has money set aside to support organisations and groups which have a local membership. It doesn’t matter if you are a well-established or just getting going. If you have a particular event or an idea to get off the ground, then you can apply for a grant from the parish council. This is using money raised through the precept.
Detailed guidance and an application form can be downloaded from this site. For more information and advice, contact the parish clerk. He will be able to talk through the scheme and explain how you can apply.
The council also uses some of its funds to support organisations based outside the parish whose services parishioners may call on. This year these are East Anglian Air Ambulance, the Citizen’s Advice Bureau and Borderhoppa.
Follow the link below to find information about the grants and an application form. If you have any queries, contact the clerk.
The council has adopted the model code of conduct drawn up by the Suffolk Association of Local Councils.(SALC) By following this code, Fressingfield Parish Council acts in an honest and open way, taking decisions that it believes are for the good of the parish and its development. You can read the code by click on this link – The Code of Conduct