The Town Reeves Report November 2017
I feel this will be a somewhat shorter report than usual as I will be in danger of repeating myself at both the Town Dinner and the Town Meeting.
Since my last report, which had been on the back of a very hectic summer of events , visits and meetings, the pace did slow somewhat for a few weeks to enable me to catch my breath.
It was with great delight that I was able to present the Library with a cheque for £400 and the Ditchingham Men’s’Shed with another £400 which had been raised with a hog roast held at the house.
The service of thanks giving and presentation of awards to the St Johns Ambulance Brigade at Ipswich was most illuminating and our own Civic Service last month, although, in my opinion poorly attended, was first class.
The Needham Market Civic Service was held on a bright sunny day and a heralded a long march through the streets to the Parish Church of St John the Baptist.
We attended the Charity Halloween Dinner in Bury at the Giggling Squid, which on the evening lived up to its name with the varied fancy dress costumes of the guests.
Our own Remembrance Service on 12 November was exceptionally well attended, even though we all got soaked to the skin and it was heartwarming to see so many people waiting to see the procession to St Mary’s.
Town Reeve of Bungay
Reeve Talks Bungay January 2016 Here
Reeve Talks Bungay February 2016 Here
Reeve Talks Bungay April 2016 Here
Reeve Talks Bungay June 2016 Here
Reeve Talks Bungay July 2016 Here
Reeve Talks Bungay August 2016 Here
Reeve Talks Bungay September 2016 Here
Reeve Talks Bungay October 2016 Here
The Town Reeves Report Feb 2027 Here
The Town Reeve’s Report June 2017 Here
The Town Reeve's Report September 2017 Here