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Welcome to Freckenham, Suffolk.

The Audit of the 2016-2017 accounts has now been finalised. Click here for the External Auditor report and certificate and here the Notice of Conclusion of Audit

In the following pages are outlined a brief history of the parish; a history of the Grade II* listed church and a note of church services; details of the Parish Council including meeting dates, agendas, minutes and Freedom of Information publication scheme; local information and an outline of the facilities in the village hall and details of the many activities in the hall which include professional theatre productions as well as weekly events.

 

 

StrengthBalanceClipartuse3The Strength and Balance classes will now resume as as usual on THURSDAY 21st September following the extra class scheduled for WEDNESDAY 13th SEPTEMBER starting as before at 2.00 pm.


 Zumba logoNo Zumba class on 2nd October.


TableTennisTable Tennis sessions resume as from Tuesday 19th September.


Parish Council November meeting changed to 6th from 11th November.

 

THE RETURN OF PILATES with ROSIE TRULL

on 7th SEPTEMBER

Having been absent since October 2016 for breast cancer treatment, Rosie is delighted to announce that she has restarted Pilates in Freckenham on Thursday mornings.
There will be 2 classes as before:-
9.30-10.30am for intermediate/mixed ability 
10.45-11.45am for beginners/more gentle exercise
As an experienced Chartered Physiotherapist Rosie is am happy to give advice about musculoskeletal aches and pains, managing chronic long term conditions, and will provide an individual programme of exercises and stretches if necessary.
Pilates is a wonderful form of exercise, at all levels of ability, for maintaining and improving balance, posture, strength and flexibility.
Classes are kept to a maximum of 12 participants and Rosie provides mats and all equipment. £8.00 a class.
Contact details:- Home no:  01638 730672
                           Mobile:  07703 178647
                           Email:    rosie.trull@yahoo.co.uk
This is in addition to the Friday Pilates with Julie which will be continuing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOME FORTHCOMING EVENTS IN THE VILLAGE:

The 30th September sees the return of the Farmers Market after its summer recess. In October on the 3rd is the Shoe Box Coffee Morning, on the 13th Embraceable Ella, on the 24th the Macmillain Coffee Morning, on the 27th Salsa Verde and on the 30th the October Farmers Market. The 11th November sees the return of a Michael Bublé Tribute by Kai MacKenzie.(Full details of all events on Special Events page).

The first Friday of each month is FILM NIGHT in the village hall. In October (6th) the film is Hidden Figures. Coming shortly is Dunkirk. Full details can be seen on the Film Nights page under the village hall heading.

And further entertainment is always being planned!

See the village hall page for full details of all events in the hall and the church page for full details of services and events at the Church.

 

ZUMBA restarted in the village hall on Monday 13th March at 7.30 pm .

For full details see the Weekly Events page under Village Hall

PILATES restarted in the village hall on Friday 13th January at 11.00 am. to 12 noon.

For full details see poster and the Weekly Events page under Village Hall

The Parish Council has undertaken considerable improvements to the RECREATION GROUND with an all-weather circular path and equipment for all ages. The whole of the cost of the works has been funded from various outside sources.

For full details see the Recreation Ground page.