Town Council website was last updated on 25/10/16
is a popular market town on the River Fromus at the centre of Suffolk's
Heritage Coastal region, providing an excellent base for tourists
wishing to visit the many attractions in the area. This website
is run by Saxmundham Town Council and is intended
for both residents and visitors. We hope that you find what you
are looking for and that you drop by again soon.
featured on the website relies on the various groups and bodies
updating us with any changes. If you wish to notify us with a change,
please contact the Town
News & Events
Fouling - please click
here and fill in the following form if you see any
individual letting their dog foul in Saxmundham.
closure - B1119 Rendham Road, Saxmundham. Between Brook
Farm Road and Seaman Avenue
for closure - Footway Reconstruction
and time of closure - 23/10/2016 to 18/11/2016 – 07.30
to 17.00 hours
route - A12, B1121, Fairfield Road, Chapel Road and vice-versa
regarding this order should be made to the following:-
Saxmundham Youth Booth - (located on the Memorial
Field) This will be open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from
4 - 7pm. Further information from Kate Drayton
of Access Community
Trust on 07557399386 or click here.
copies of Saxmundham News can be found here.
Town Council are looking for musicians for the Wednesday Markets.
Please contact the Town Clerk,
Maddie Gallop, for further information.
- Don't forget
to support your weekly market every Wednesday - for more
information please click here.
for Council Services
area of Saxmundham has a population of about 4000 and prior to local
government re-organisation in 1974 had its own Urban District Council
carrying out the majority of functions and services for their community.
Saxmundham Town Council has succeeded the Urban
District Council for minor functions such as managing the Market
Hall, the Memorial Field, and now the Wednesday street market. Services
such as refuse collection and street cleaning are administered by
Coastal District Council. The various strategic services
e.g. highways, education, fire service, etc, are the responsibility
of the Suffolk
County Council. Domestic water is supplied by Essex
and Suffolk Water Company and Anglian
Water Authority is responsible for sewage disposal
Agency data for the River Fromus
weather forecast for Saxmundham