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
Local Weather click here
Local Roadworks click here
Pictures of the MUMMERS 2019
A few pictures of the play 'Christmas Carol' Click here
There are concerns about dog waste not being picked up. There are Health and safety issues around this especially for children. It is important that we keep Rendham as clean as possible.
Everyone needs to be aware that dog poo bags can be put in the grey bins for collection by Refuse.
There is one dog poo bin currently at the bottom of the Cancer by the B1119 almost opposite the church.
However, it was decided at the cost of £191+VAT to purchase another bin from the Amenity Fund.
It has now been installed at the bottom of Rendham Green passed Hill Farm Road by the footpath sign on the Peasenhall Road to Sandy Lane – footpath 13. This area is well used as a circular walk both by residents and holiday makers.
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