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My Life & Safety
- Coronavirus advice
- Coronavirus: NHS advice
- Are you ready for the weather?
- Community Emergency Co-ordinators
- DEFIBRILLATOR ❤ heart-restarter
- Emergency Reception Centre
- Good Neighbour Scheme
- How to prepare for emergencies
- Long-term flood-risk map
- Snape's EMERGENCY Plan
- The Plan in action, 2017
- Safeguarding Adults
- Safeguarding Children
- Tidal/river levels on Alde & Fromus
- Travel Vouchers from SCC
- WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY ...
- What's on?
What we do
- Active Adults (over 50's)
- Bobby Buddies
- Sn Carol Singers
- Church of St John the Baptist
- defibrillator ❤ heart-restarter
- EMERGENCY PLANNING
- 5 in a Bar
- GAS (Girls about Snape)
- Sn Good Neighbour Scheme
- Recent activities
- Energy Planning campaigns
- GS Newsletter (downloads)
- Photo album
- Priory Wood
- Swift Project
- Walducks' Wanderings
- Love to Sing (choir)
- Meet up Mondays (MuM)
- Playing Field
- Sn Primary School
- Priory Wood
- Snooker Club
- Speed Watch
- Tennis Court
- Meeting Dates
- Minutes for the last year (+ selected agendas & reports) downloads
- Council Governance documents (latest)
- Data Protection & Subject Access (downloads)
- Energy Planning campaigns
- SASES / Substation Action: Save East Suffolk
- Apr '20: EDF SZC submission during lockdown
- Dec '19: EA1N/EA2 useful summary
- Dec 2019: 32 Councils' submission to Sec. of State, Dept for ... Energy ...
- SOS / Save Our Sandlings
- EA1N Offshore WIndfarm public inquiry
- Sep '19: SWT re Sizewell C
- May 2019: GreenSnape re Friston
- 16/3/19: Friston: Objection notes
- 24/2/19: Snape PC re Friston/SZC
- 25/10/17: A12 bypass SEGWay
- Anglian Energy Planning Alliance
- Finance downloads by year
- Planning Applications
- Village Plan
- District and County Councillors, and MP
- Barber's Point Burial, c.600
- SCC Archaeological Service record
- 2013 Excavations report-download (16MB)
- 2013 report: appendices download (4.7MB)
- Snape Ship Burial, c.650
- Domesday, 1086
- Facts & Figures, 1086 on
- Bendectine Priory, 1155-1528
- Church of St John the Baptist, C13-15
- Local Heroes (and a very few villains!)
- The Old Mill (Benjamin Britten), 1797
- Map of Snape, 1824/25
- Map: OS First Series 1", 1837
- Snape Branch Line, 1859-1960
- Snape Chapel, 1862-2008
- Garretts' Snape portraits, 1888
- Garretts' Snape portraits commentary
- The 20th & 21st Centuries
- for Visitors
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