Village Hall Update October 2017

This was the 4th anniversary of Snape Village Hall’s monthly coffee morning! Thankfully, as has become the norm, the morning was a great success with a queue to get in the hall when the doors opened at 10 am! As well as all our regulars, we were especially pleased to welcome two new residents of Snape, Beverly and […]

Drinks reception for launch of Save Our Suffolk Estuary Campaign

  The Trustees invite you to a drinks reception at the launch of Save Our Suffolk Estuary Campaign A new community fundraising appeal to safeguard the river defence walls of the Alde and Ore Estuary. Our film, Save Our Suffolk Estuary, presented by BBC’s Nick Robinson, will be followed by a Q&A session with a panel […]

Snape Village Fete and Fun Day

The Village Fete will take place on Saturday 5th August from 12:30 to around 5:30pm. There will be a whole range of displays in the centre ring and also stalls, raffles, table tops/car boot, games for all the family and a barbecue, bar and afternoon tea tent. There will be a dog show and an […]

New Team for Snape Golden Key

Local twins take over second premise, The Golden Key in Snape, on the 19th June. Alex and Oliver Burnside are twin brothers who have worked together in the hospitality trade for over fifteen years. This year marks five years since they took over the leasehold of The Plough and Sail in Snape. Celebrating local, seasonal […]

GreenSnape Group encouraging you to have your say

GreenSnape is a group of Snape residents opposed to Snape Maltings’ plans for a car park on Snape Marshes GreenSnape is encouraging you to have your say at these Public Meetings Tuesday 18 April – 7.30pm Snape Village Hall Called by the Parish Council to discuss car parking & traffic Snape residents only Wednesday 19 April […]

Severe flooding – danger to life

Severe flood warning in force now We are currently experiencing high tide levels due to a combination of spring tides and a tidal surge. The gale force winds will cause large waves and sea spray resulting in potential damage to flood defences and flooding of property. Hazardous conditions are likely and you are advised to […]

Wild Bird Surveillance 2016

Wild Bird Surveillance 2016  There are currently some outbreaks of Avian Influenza in Europe and a number of countries have been affected.   There are reports of H5N8 HPAI in wild birds, poultry and captive birds and these are  continuing with several new EU countries now affected (Finland, France, Romania and Sweden).  To date there have […]