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After months of refurbishment work on the old school building in Brandon, the new Brandon Centre, a flagship community facility, has been officially opened by Suffolk County Council's deputy leader, Lisa Chambers.
Between now and the year 2030, 760 new properties have been allocated to be built in Brandon. Our map shows the proposed sites for these new residential and mixed use developments, which are due for consultation.
A new monthy, full colour Brandon Town Magazine has been created and is being delivered to all homes in Brandon and Weeting and contains everything from club and school updates to useful numbers and puzzles.
The National Foundation for Youth Music has awarded a £100,000 grant to Arts Development in East Cambridgeshire (ADeC) to develop a music project based in Brandon. The charity has identified the East of England as an area in need.
Developers have begun consultations for plans that could bring a 30,000sq ft supermarket, indoor play area, petrol station and business units to the a site on Mundford Road in Brandon.
Figures obtained by BrandonSuffolk.com from Suffolk Police under the Freedom of Information Act, show that total crime in Brandon for the first half of 2013 is down on the same total for 2012.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a seious road traffic collision in Brandon on Thursday 27th June. The man was airlifted to Addenbrookes hospital where is condition is described as critical but stable.
After a successful but rain filled debut last year, the sun shone over the town for this year's Brandon Carnival. Scores of people once again turned out to enjoy the event which took place on Sunday 2nd June.
It is now less than three weeks until the 2013 Brandon Carnival takes place in the town and the carnival committee are working hard to make this year better than ever. We hope to see you all there.
Reg Silvester has been elected as Suffolk County Councillor for Brandon following the local elections that took on 2nd May 2013. Mr Silvester, representing UKIP, topped the polls with 45.92% of the vote.
Network Rail have admitted that failures at Brandon level crossing have been caused because of new technology that is being trialled in Brandon before being rolled out across the country.
BrandonSuffolk.com has taken the first look inside The Brandon Centre as phase one, the pre-school, is completed. We've also had a look around the areas inside the building that are yet to be finished.
Matthew Hancock, MP for West Suffolk, has agreed with Brandon Town Councillors that no planning will be sought and no houses built as part of the relief road project until the road itself is in place.
Following meetings between town centre businesses and a town people questionnaire the £10,000 awarded to Brandon last year has now been split and allocated to four projects.
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