Welcome to Waldringfield

Welcome to Waldringfield

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About Our Village

Waldringfield is a small and pretty parish village on the banks of the River Deben in the south of the beautiful county of Suffolk. It lies within Suffolk Coastal District and in the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths AONB. It can be found just to the south of Woodbridge and east of Martlesham. Nearby are the villages of Newbourne and Hemley and the County town of Ipswich also within easy reach.

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Open Gardens

WALGA - Open Gardens offers a rare opportunity to explore the secrets of hidden and private gardens not usually open to the public.WALGA also hold regular talks and workshops throughout the year.View images from previous years events.

Find out more information on this years event.

 

Waldringfield School

School ship School logo

Recycling – The school have recently sent off their first collection of textiles  to raise money for the school – 50p for each kilogram collected. The first collection raised £80 for the school! The next collection is due to take place on Friday 9th May , so please bag up any suitable items that you may wish to donate. The school will be able to accept items nearer the time but not before, due to storage issues.

Print Cartridges and Batteries can also be recycled through the school now. Please put any such items for recycling in an envelope and pop through the school letter box.

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Suffolk Coasts and Heaths AONB

View to the Rocks

Located on the coast of East Anglia, the Suffolk Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) encompasses 155 square miles of wildlife-rich wetlands, ancient heaths, windswept shingle beaches and historic towns and villages.

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Parish Council

Village sign

ALL PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Who are your councillors?

there is an opportunity at these meetings to put information to the Council and ask questions. If anyone wishes to see planning applications, report problems, etc., please contact the Clerk to arrange it.

Details of Council Meetings are available online in the Parish Council section of this website.

Some of the recent topics under discussion:

  • Local Development Framework/BT PLanning Application
  • East Anglia One Windfarm
  • Sizewell C
  • Quiet Lanes
  • River Wall clearance/Footpaths
  • Solar/Wind Farms at Brightwell
  • Flooding
  • Footpaths

Keep Waldringfield Tidy

Litter sign Dog bin

Waldringfield is a lovely place to visit and live, so lets keep it that way.

Please take your litter home with you or use the bins provided.

If you are crabbing from the beach please remember to take all your tackle home with you and please remove hooks from purchased fishing lines (Crabs don't need hooks) as they are a danger to other animals especially dogs.

If you take a dog with you when you walk around the village, please remember:Dog faeces are harmful to children and adults

  • Take enough bags with you for picking up
  • Use the Dog Bins provided, litter Bins are close to seating.
  • Remind any other dog owner to pick up if they forget to do so.
  • Offer a bag to someone who has forgotten to bring one.
  • Church Field Trust welcomes dogs on leads, but please pick up any fouling.
  • The playing field is for children, so no dogs please.
  • It is against the law to allow your dog to foul public pathways and places.

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