01394 382224 (Phone)

Melton Parish Council

Welcome to Melton Parish Council

The office is usually open on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9am – 4pm. If you wish to visit the office please contact us in advance to make an appointment as hours can vary due to part time working and holidays. You can email or call 01394 382224 to contact us. 

 

Pavilion and Public Toilet Project

The Pavilion at the Recreation Ground has now been completed and is available for hire. The public toilet is open from 8am-4pm (November to March) and 8am to 8pm (April to October).

If you are interested in hiring the Pavilion please check the calendar for availability and complete the  booking enquiry form

Grit Bins and Waste Collections

If your nearest grit bin needs refilling please email the Parish Council with a photo of the grit bin showing the current level of grit and the exact location. We will then raise a request with Suffolk County Council to refill the bin. Please note the Parish Council is not responsible for refilling the bins.

If your query is about rubbish collection please contact East Suffolk Council on 0333 0162000.

Meet The Councillors

Meet the Councillors and find their contact information.

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Contact The Council

We would love to hear your feedback about any issues concerning you. Please visit our contact page to get in touch.

Quiet Lanes

Lodge Farm Lane and St Audry’s Lane are now designated Quiet Lanes. Melton Parish Council supported the opportunity to designate certain rural lanes in the village as “Quiet Lanes” as part of a county wide project.

The Melton Trust

Find out about the Melton Trust which offers help for those in need living in Melton.

Melton Neighbourhood Plan

A strong and empowered village where all residents feel they are involved positively in the planning process which directly affects them.

Melton Good Neighbour Scheme

A small group of volunteers offering help to those living in Melton. Assistance includes collecting prescriptions and transport to medical appointments.

Reporting Anti-social Behaviour

You can report antisocial behaviour to the police by calling 101 or reporting the incident online.

You should dial 999 when life is threatened or people are injured or there is a crime in progress and an immediate Police response is necessary.

Melton Circular Walks Leaflet

Three circular walks in Melton, ranging from 1 to 4.5 miles, giving an insight into the history of the village.

Help Centre
Call us
01394 382224
Email us
clerk@melton-suffolk-pc.gov.uk
Correspondence address
17 Riduna Park, Station Road, Melton, Suffolk IP12 1QT