Parking on the Tye
Please can residents and visitors alike remember that the Tye is a Common which has Bye Laws to protect it and to ensure that it remains a beautiful, open, green space for everyone to enjoy. The Parish Council works hard to maintain the Tye. Whereas there are special occasions when parking is permitted (subject to permission having been granted by the Parish Council and Mid Suffolk District Council) for occasions such as the Barking Fair, there should be no routine parking of vehicles on the common. A copy of the Bye Laws is available upon request or via the Barking Parish website
The Tye is not a golf driving range: Please bear in mind that people regularly use the Tye for recreation and will be put off by golf balls flying through the air. Please use the golf driving range, not the Tye, to practice your golf.
Bye Laws: A copy of the Bye Laws is available upon request, or via the Barking Parish website www.barking.onesuffolk.net They are also clearly on view at various places on the Tye itself.
Drones and Sky Lanterns: It is prohibited to use drones or sky lanterns on the Tye.
Clerk to Barking Parish Council
Signs have been erected on the Tye by the play area advising that dogs are not to be allowed into the play area. The Parish Council asks that dog walkers respect this order.