Signpost - Ellingham and Kirby Cane
Success can sometimes lead to issues. The popularity of the playing field and Ellingham Primary School has highlighted a lack of parking in the area, often with as many as 60 vehicles parked along the road and verges: thereby causing travel problems and posing a real safety hazard.
The parish council met with the school and other local agencies to try and find a solution. There has been good progress: Ellingham United Charities has agreed to rent out a piece of land on the corner of Mill Road and School Road for a car park; planning permission has been granted; the site surveyed and three quotations have been obtained; but now we face the biggest hurdle - funding.
The size of the problem is enormous - we need to raise a further £135,000 to £165,000 to complete the work. If you have any experience in funding large projects (for example, crowd funding, and so on), if you would like to help, or if you would like to make a donation, please contact the parish council. This task is one of the biggest for many years and will benefit our community for decades. Please help.
A Book of Condolence in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will be available to sign at the Memorial Hall.
Monday: Chair Exercise 10-11am (Diana 01508 518148)
Art Group 2-4pm( Ann 01502 710342
Tuesday: Qi Gong 10.30-11.30 (Sara 01508 518488)
Pilates 6.15-7.15 ( Sarah Text: 07701091798)
Wednesday: Black Dog Fitness Club 7-9 ( Sue 07780707972)
Tai Chi 7pm-8pm (Natasha 01502 711127)
Thursday: QI Gong 7pm-8pm (Sara 01508 518488)
Knit and Natter (Alt. Weeks) 2pm-4pm ( Norma 01508 518012)
New Hire Charge : £6 per hour for either room
A chronology of Ellingham & Kirby Cane
available for purchase now from the village shop or the parish council.
Located on the northern side of the Waveney valley, the borders and indeed the services of Ellingham & Kirby Cane are so intertwined that the villagers chose to share the council, merging to form Kirby Cane & Ellingham Parish Council in 2007. In fact some people have one part of their house in Kirby Cane and the other part in Ellingham!
Kirby Cane is slightly larger in area than Ellingham and the populations differ:
Ellingham 532 people in 238 homes*
Kirby Cane 375 people in 152 homes *
* 2001 census
Here you can find:
Stories and news items from the past year or so.
There are many groups that meet regularly in our parishes. Special events and dates will appear in on this home page.
We all need help or advice sometime, so here are some of the organisations or business you might try in this area.
An A to Z of the key historical names, phrases and words are listed & linked to the associated web pages.
Some links and details of emergency services in this area.
Do you have any comments or suggestions about how we can help make this website more useful to our residents?
Are we missing something?
Are you running a club within Kirby Cane or Ellingham and would like your pages added to or amended on our site?
Are you holding a village event, need to advertise something, or can help us build on the history of this beautiful area we live in?
Do you have a question someone might know the answer to?
Note - When contacting us, please let us know whether or not you would like your name associated with the item.
The small print
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