Elfrede Brambley-Crawshaw

Childcare funding increase

10 January 2018

Funding for Suffolk’s childcare providers is set to finally improve, but will it be enough? Childcare providers are likely to receive an increased hourly funding rate of £4.00, a report from Suffolk County Council’s School Forum has revealed.

Green Councillors call for Public Ballot

10 December 2017

Green Councillors call for Public Ballot on Mid Suffolk merger with Babergh

Rachel goes to Parliament

03 December 2017

Green Party councillor Rachel Eburne addressed Commons Select Committee on behalf of the Local Government Association (LGA). She welcomed homelessness legislation but said councils need more time and funding

Suffolk County Council group pressing for better school transport policy

27 November 2017

Following the group calling in for Scrutiny proposed cost-saving changes to school transport, councillors are pressing for new and innovative thinking.

Our chance to create a greener future for Mid Suffolk

18 November 2017

Mid Suffolk Green Party unveils its own vision for the District and its citizens in response to the Council’s Local Plan.

Councillor Andrew Stringer

Thurston Response

16 November 2017

Green councillor replies to Thurston Parish frustration over planning

Green Party councillor savages Suffolk County Council’s Childcare Scheme

24 October 2017

Elfrede Brambley who represent Beccles moved the group motion on the SCC implementation of 30 hours childcare. 3 minute video

Rachel Eburne

Green councillors challenge democratic and economic case for merger

13 October 2017

Merger plans condemned as "high-handed" and "lacking business case"

Mid Suffolk’s Green Party councillors have reacted with alarm at the news that council staff have been issued redundancy notices following union rejection of terms for the HQ move to Ipswich. Having first learnt of this development via recent newspaper coverage, they have many searching questions for the Council leadership team.

Dispute over Council HQ move

17 September 2017

Mid Suffolk’s Green Party councillors have reacted with alarm at the news that council staff have been issued redundancy notices following union rejection of terms for the HQ move to Ipswich. Having first learnt of this development via recent newspaper coverage, they have many searching questions for the Council leadership team.

Suffolk county council could have saved the need for an embarrassing and expensive about-turn if officers and councillors had talked to local communities before attempting to change bus routes this week.

Local knowledge could have prevented Suffolk bus chaos

04 September 2017

Suffolk county council could have saved the need for an embarrassing and expensive about-turn if officers and councillors had talked to local communities before attempting to change bus routes this week.







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    Next Stowmarket meeting Monday 25th November 

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