Stowmarket Town Council
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Upcoming Events

New Age Kurling

10.30am to 12.30pm

ActivLives presents New Age Kurling at the Stowmarket Scout Centre, every Wednesday 10:30am – 12:30pm Come and Join us in enjoyable activities. Adapted sport is fun & suitable for anyone 45 and over! Parking available. £5.00 per session Refreshments available For more information, contact 01473 345350


10.30am - 12.30pm

Thinking of volunteering? Red Gables hosts a weekly drop-in centre every Thursday from 10:30am – 12:30pm for would be volunteers and organisations to come together Redwoods Red Gables Ipswich Road Stowmarket IP14 1BE For details please contact 01449 673947

Mid Suffolk Camera Club


Meetings are at 2:30pm on the first Tuesday of the month at Stowmarket Community Centre. Mid Suffolk Camera Club welcome new members. For further information please contact Ann Evans on 01728 861566

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Latest News

Communities Team November Update

This month has been a busy one with lots going on within the community. Stow stories was launched on Saturday 5th October. A market place stall provided information about this project and signposted people to the John Peel Centre which is being supported by The Ipswich Archives Sharing Suffolk Stories initiative. The JPC was buzzing […]

Revolve 24 Cycling Event

On Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th September, the 4-man Team of Gears and Beers will be cycling the equivalent elevation of Mount Everest – that’s 8,848m! The challenge will be taking place at Brands Hatch as part of the Revolve 24 challenge.  With each 3.9km lap of the circuit, a rider will achieve an elevation […]

Annual Grants Scheme

Grants Up For Grabs! Up to £10,000 is being made available to community groups, charities and projects as Stowmarket Town Council has launched their annual grants scheme. The grants scheme looks to fund local organisations for projects and initiatives that will benefit the residents of Stowmarket.  The maximum grant that can be applied for is […]

Mayor’s Update – June 2019

Mayor’s Piece – June 2019 The time has really flown by since the mayoral baton was passed onto me by Linda Baxter our previous Mayor. Since May 15th, when I took over the reins, it has been quite a hectic time. My first official engagement was to pop along to Buildbase in Stowmarket to support […]

Warm Homes Fund

National Grid and Community Interest Company, Affordable Warmth Solution (AWS) have launched a £150m Warm Homes Fund (WHF) designed to support local authorities, to address some of the issues affecting fuel poor households. The Suffolk Councils have been successful in being awarded funding for the next three years, for an ambitious heating project which will provide […]

Stowmarket Town Mayor’s Update

Mayor’s Piece – November 2019  I took this picture walking up Station Road West on a beautiful Sunday morning in October.  There are some lovely vistas of Stowmarket and this one of St Peter and St Marys’ Church is definitely one of them. The autumnal feel is counter posed with the sunlight pouring through the […]

Milton House Opening Hours Are Changing!

Please be aware of Stowmarket Town Council’s new Reception opening times that apply from Monday, 24th June 2019: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9.00-16.00 and closed on Wednesday’s. Please note the Town Council’s staff members are available by appointment outside of the Reception opening hours; between 16.00-17.00 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, and all day […]

Stowmarket Walk Together

To celebrate the OVO Energy Women’s Tour coming to Stowmarket, the Communities team have created “Stowmarket Walk Together Trail”. As well as promoting health and well-being, this is trail is ideal for discovering more about Stowmarket and some of the fantastic offerings we have here in the town, whilst getting active by walking. We have […]

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If you have an issue that you need to report to Suffolk County Council, such as a problem with a highway or footpath (including potholes, faulty street lights or issues with road signs) or flooding, please click on the link below.

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