STAY AT HOME. PROTECT THE NHS. SAVE LIVES
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(The decision on what information is thought appropriate to post on the Rushmere St Andrew Parish Council website will be decided by the Parish Clerk and Assistant Parish Clerk)
Welcome to the Parish of
Rushmere St. Andrew
Rushmere St Andrew is a parish situated between Ipswich and Woodbridge. It is a long thin parish divided by the A1214 and Rushmere Common. The original rural village is situated in the north of the parish and the newer more urban Bixley Farm area, parts Broke Hall, and parts of Foxhall Road from Ipswich Town boundary to Foxhall, in the south. The two areas each have their own village sign.
COVID-19 and Rushmere St Andrew Parish Notices:
Please note the Annual Parish Meeting on 26th May has been cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, as have all meetings, until further notice. Thank you.
Please note that until Government Guidelines change all Play Areas are closed.
The Parish Office will be closed until further notice. If you need to contact us please use the details below:
Telephone: 01473 711509
Parish Clerk: Mrs Sylvia Stannard
Assistant Parish Clerk: Mrs Sarah Jenkins
Stick With It Suffolk – continue slowing the spread of coronavirus
Suffolk residents are being asked to continue their great efforts, which are successfully reducing the spread of COVID-19.
The Stick With It Suffolk campaign highlights the things we must all continue doing to keep each other safe and to defeat the virus.
Keep staying at home
Keep working from home if you can
Keep two metres apart if you go out
Keep exercising safely
Keep washing your hands with soap and water
Keep self-isolating if you, or anyone in your household, has symptoms
Keep travelling by car, bike or walking
Keep staying safe at work
Keep shielding yourself if you’re vulnerable
Keep supporting local businesses
Keep looking out for each other