Risby Parish Council
A support group has been set up in Risby to help residents who have to self-isolate because of their age, an underlying health condition or any other reason such as the risk of infecting another family member or because of recent travels. The group is working with the Parish Council to ensure that help is available and that information is passed on as it is received. For more information about what help is available read Risby COVID 19 Support Network.
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Risby is a small village in West Suffolk with a population of approximately 866 people. It is situated approximately 3 miles west of Bury St Edmunds.
It has a range of facilities including a primary school, a pre-school, a pub, a nursing home and a garden centre. There is also a large village hall and playing field with play equipment. A wide range of classes and activities are on offer in the village hall. Recycling facilities are available in the village hall car park. It is a very picturesque village with two greens and three ponds.
The village church is called St Giles.