Police The local Police station is situated in Eye - The Lodge Eye IP23 7BH GB 

  • When wishing to report something, the easiest way is to do so using the on-line reporting tool from the Suffolk Constabulary website here  Suffolk Police - Report Something. If you wish to report an historic crime (after the event), use this link Suffolk Police - Report Crime. To report a crime being committed, always dial 999.
  • Suffolk Police also has a new e-mail address for the public to provide intelligence information intelligencereporting@suffolk.police.uk An example of the use of this might be if you’d like to let us know about suspected drug dealing or other possible or suspected criminality.  If you’re sure a crime has occurred, contact us on-line or via 999.  
  • Suffolk Police offers a free e-mailing facility called Police Connect ‘Police Connect’ which provides up to date information we would like you to know about the area you live. We us PC to provide information about crime in the area of Suffolk you tell us you want to know about.
  • Rural safety in Suffolk

 

Doctor - Framlingham Medical Practice

                 Framlingham Surgery, Pembroke Road, Framlingham 01728 723627 
          Earl Soham Surgery, Glebe Cottage, Main Street, Earl Soham. 01728 685325
 
            Debenham Group Practice 
                 
Low Road, Debenham, 01728 860248

 

Dentist Framlingham Dentist 01728 723651
                  Debenham Dental Practice 01728 861948

 

Charities and Support Services The Anne Robson Trust - Offering company and comfort if you, or someone you care about are facing the end of their life.
                 

Church and Village News The Church and Village Newsletter is a monthly hard copy newsletter which is delivered to all properties in Bedfield, Monk Soham, Southolt, Tannington and Worlingworth. It contains a wealth of information such as upcoming events, news from the schools and churches in these areas and activities that residents can be involved with and services that are on offer. 

If you have articles to contribute, please send these to Val Swallow at v.swallow44@btinternet.com or by post to: Ivy Cottage, Shop St, Worlingworth, IP13 7HX. If you have any issues with the delivery of your newsletter in Bedfield, please contact Jane Sullivan on 07580 386015.


Newspaper Delivery - Daily deliveries are provided by Stephen Tuckwell on 01728 685385


Rail Services The nearest railway statiions are situated at Diss, Wickham Market and Stwomarket. Services are provided by Greater Anglia
 

Vets
Debenham Veterinary Practice 01728 861289
Framlingham Vets 01728 621666
Castle Veterinary Group 01728 723480

 

Refuse collection -
Alternate Wednesdays for rubbish and recycling. Details at: Check my collection day » Babergh Mid Suffolk
 

Local Bus Routes - Go to: Suffolk On Board

Latest timetable changes
 

 

Connecting Communities - A transport service provided by Suffolk County Council designed to help people travel around the county who might not have access to a regular bus service

 

Suffolk County Council Roads and Transport

 

UK Power Networks (Electricity) Call 24/7 on: 0800 31 63 105 or 105. Free to call from a mobile or a landline phone

 

Water
Local water service is provided by Essex & Suffolk Water
Local sewerage service is provided by Anglian Water

 

District and County Councillors
Matthew Hicks (Conservative) is the elected representative for the
Thredling Division of Suffolk County Council. He can be contacted via matthew.hicks@midsuffolk.gov.uk or Telephone 01728 628176.

 

Mid Suffolk District Council
Matthew Hicks (Conservative) is the elected representative for the Hoxne and Worlingworth Ward on Mid Suffolk District Council. He can be contacted via matthew.hicks@midsuffolk.gov.uk or Telephone 01728 628176.
Mid Suffolk District Council website is on
 www.midsuffolk.gov.uk

 

Member of Parliament
Daniel Poulter (Conservative) -  Central Suffolk and North Ipswich constituency.  daniel.poulter.mp@parliament.uk. Constituency Office - 19 The Business Centre, Earl Soham, Woodbridge IP13 7SA: Telephone 01728 685148 or 020 7219 3000 at the House of Commons