Barton Mills Play Park
The play park has now reopened.
Please see the latest notice which details rules and guidance when using the equipment.
It is important that you note that the equipment is not being sanitised.
Pot Holes and other Highway issues
The majority of roads in Suffolk are maintained by Suffolk County Council.
You can use Suffolk County Council's simple reporting tool, found on their website to report Highways issues including pot holes, blocked drains, trees/hedges affecting a highway and pavement defects
Barton Mills Playing Field
The Parish Council would like to remind users of the rules when using the playing field:
- that no organised events should take place on the field without prior consent from the Parish Council
- no litter should be left on the field, litter should be disposed of in the bins available, if no bins are avaialble then litter should be taken home to dispose of
-the play park equipment is currently closed (9/7/20)
The majority of the street lighting in the village is owned by the Parish Council of which some are maintained by Suffolk County Council and some by the Parish Council.
To report a faulty street light first go to the online reporting tool on Suffolk County Council's website and use the map to locate the street light, if this is maintained by Suffolk County Council you can log the fault, if not the reporting tool will inform you that Suffolk County Council do not maintain the said light. If this is the case, then please contact the Parish Council clerk at email@example.com
The Barton Miller
Volunteers in the Parish produce a monthly magazine called the Barton Miller.
News, local events and information can be found in the Barton Miller.
Past copies of the Barton Miller can be found on our website.
Please note due to Covid-19 the publication of the Barton Miller has been temporarily suspended.