This is the official website for the Village and Parish of Rendham which is situated on the B1119 half way between Saxmundham and Framlingham in the County of Suffolk
It has Roman links and is mentioned in the Domesday Book (See more on the Rendham Story page)
It is situated on the River Alde as it flows to Snape, Aldeburgh and then to the sea.
A small but vibrant village. Winner of SALC Website of the year 2015
Meet the Artist - Juniper Barn - 8th February 5.30pm-7.30pm
Ruth Finn trained and worked as a theatre set, costume designer and scenic artist. She now paints and lives in Suffolk.
Ruth is inspired by the lines of landscapes and how the land, sky, trees and plants all connect and move as one.
We are absolutely delighted that Ruth will be exhibiting and selling her work at Juniper Barn from 2nd February until 31st March 2022. Come and meet her, have a complimentary glass of Prosecco and enjoy the exhibition on Tuesday 8th February 5.30pm-7.30pm.
On Tuesday the 21st of December the Mummers performed 'Dracula's Longest Night'
To view the pictures Click HERE
Carol Singing December 2021
Once again thank you for your generosity towards the Carol singers last night.
We raised £150 for the food bank. This will be added to the donations from the Mummers play
We apologise to the outlying houses for not getting to you.
Thank you to Juniper Barn Cafe for the mulled wine and mince pies and Jackie and Howard for the pies fresh from the oven. Chris and Trev for the chocolates.
You carol singers were magnificent in adverse weather conditions. I am on the phone to Simon Cowell
Father Christmas will be looking forward to getting back to his reindeer and getting some advance advice on mobility scooter driving from Rudolph. Stick to the sledge FC.
We now move on to the Mummers Play on Tuesday evening 21st on the Knoll. Our director Phil Harley has put a lot of effort into the play so give him your support
WE WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS. GOOD LUCK IN THE NEW YEAR
The Carol Singers
Click Here to see the rest of the pictures
Did he have a driving license and was he on disability allowance?
Rendham Christmas Market
On the 4th December in the village hall the annula christmas market was held
To see some of the picturse of the event click HERE
Mummers blessing of the newly open White Horse
To view pictures of the event
click Mummers August 21
Rendham White Horse is now open
On Monday 16th August the new owners of the White Horse invited locals/villagers for a drink and to look at the changes.
Click here to view some of the picture
*** Coronavirus information: Operating and booking hours remain unchanged. Services available for work, essential shopping and health appointments.
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Lots of goodies for sale
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From the Parish Council
Rendham Village – Covid-19
Remember STAY AT HOME, PROTECT OUR NHS, SAVE LIVES
Stay 2 metres away from other people
Wash hands frequently
Only go outside for food, health reasons or work if you cannot work from home
Let your neighbours know you are there if they need help
Information available to everyone
- National websites
Latest information on coronavirus: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
NHS information on coronavirus: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
Q&A from Public Health England on coronavirus: https://publichealthmatters.blog.gov.uk/2020/01/23/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-what-you-need-to-know/
- Village Email – circulation to those on the list and encourage others to join
- Village Website – details of national websites to be added
Rendham Cares - list of Volunteers who provide the following. A leaflet has been delivered to all residents. Lead Cllr. to link with group who carry out the following.
- Picking up prescriptions
- Running essential errands
- Chat and communications – home but not alone
Liaising with supermarkets – lead Cllr. contacting supermarkets
- Contact with Tesco, Waitrose and the Co-op
- Provide letter for volunteers who are shopping for residents
Village Shop- Juniper Barn, Emmerdale Farm shop, Friday Street farm shop also offering deliveries
- Provision of groceries
Guidance for households
- National websites for households, social distances, protecting older people and support for the vulnerable on website and circulated via email
Identify what services the GP surgeries are providing
- Saxmundham GP’s delivering repeat medication
Have you ever thought about being a First Responder?
We need your help!
It might be something you would like to do
Contact Ken Goddard on 01728 663609