Welcome to our community


QuotemarkChelmondiston is a pretty parish village bordering the River Orwell with areas of outstanding natural beauty and wonderful National Trust walks throughout Pin Mill and surrounding areas.

The village has a variety of friendly local shops and ammenities, and facilities at Pin Mill offer a fantastic day out for the whole family.

QuotemarkA lovely place to live and visit...

Every Wednesday and Saturday  , 8am-1pm
and Bank Holiday Mondays from 9am-Noon

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Recycling information



Chelmondiston Primary School

Autumn Fayre


Parish Councillor

The Parish Council is in a position to co-opt a new member.  If you reside in the parish, are on the elctotal role and are interested in getting involved with local projects then this is the role for you.  
Talk to other Councillors - get in contact.
More information can be found
HERE and on the Members page. 

   Parish Clerk/Responsible Finance Officer

The Parish Council are looking to appoint a new Parish Clerk/RFO as the present Clerk will be retiring at the end of October 2017.
Please look through the Parish Council pages to gain an insight into how the Council operates.  Details of the appointment and job description can be found 

STOP PRESS! The DRAFT Local Plan Consultation for Babergh and Mid Suffolk is out NOW. Click HERE

that due to the resignation of Stephen Chicken, a vacancy has arisen in
the Office of Councillor for the Parish Council.


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Electoral Review of Babergh: Warding Arrangements.

The Local Government Boundary Commission has opened a consultation providing proposals for a new pattern of electoral wards for Babergh District Council.  The purpose is to deliver electoral equality for voters across Babergh District Council.  The review will propose: 
  • The total number of councillors elected to the Council in the future
  • The number of wards.
  • The number of councillors representing each ward.
  • Ward boundaries.
  • Names of wards.
Log onto www.lgbce.org.uk to find out more and how you can get involved.
The consultation ends on 14th August 2017.

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