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
MacMillan Coffee morning
Due to the Covid 19 situation the usual coffee morning was not held
However it was recognised that it was important to raise money for the MacMillan service
Everyone rallied around and sent in Donations
The organiser has announced that £1120.00 was collected
What good news
On Thursday 27th August Rendham Bakers held a Cream Tea on the lawn in aid St Elizabeth's Hospice.
There was Cream scones, cake & tea or coffee.
There was also a prize draw, homemade cakes for sale and garden produce.
The rain held off and it was great to see everyone relaxing.
£1208 was raised for St Elizabeth's Hospice
Click here to see Pictures of the event
The White Horse Rendham
Following the Government announcement last week, we have reviewed all of the COVID-19 secure guidelines in detail (there is blooming loads of them). We have also taken advise from our professional bodies and completed a comprehensive risk assessment of the pub as required by the guidelines. Due to the size, age and nature of the pub we are unable to be COVID-safe to protect our staff and customers whilst also being a traditional village pub and financially viable. It is therefore with great sadness we wanted to let you all know that we will not be re-opening on 4th July. We will continue to assess the guidelines as they are updated with regards to safety and social distancing and hopefully at some point in the future we will be able to re-open. Thank you for all the kind wishes and messages of support over the last 16 weeks, we really appreciate it and miss you all. This is the hardest decision we have ever had to take, impacting not just our business, but our home, our livelihood, our friends, our customers and our social life. However, we feel that at this time it is the right decision, to ensure that we all continue to be socially responsible and healthy. Stay safe and see you around the village, Paul and Lisa
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
Click for Pictures of
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