Suffolk Coastal District Council is to introduce a charge for collecting garden waste from homes during next financial year (2018/19).
North Lowestoft has been chosen as one of the country’s latest Heritage Action Zones, John Glen, Minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism, today announced in a speech.
With two thirds of UK households choosing to have roast turkey for their Christmas dinner, Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils are supporting the Food Standards Agency in providing advice on how to safely prepare turkey at home.
Suffolk’s Public Health team is offering a message of support for anyone struggling to cope this festive season, calling on people to seek help and not to struggle alone.
A new website has been launched in Suffolk Coastal to support those affected by domestic abuse.
Plans for a brand new and exciting festival for Lowestoft, attracting up to 20,000 people to the town and celebrating local and international culture have been unveiled by Waveney District Council.
The winning artist has been chosen to bring a new piece of art to Suffolk Coastal’s East Suffolk House.
Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils are reminding householders that they have a legal responsibility, or duty of care, to prevent their waste from being fly-tipped after a Saxmundham man has this week plead guilty to a waste offence.
With plans for a multi-million pound scheme in place to protect local properties and businesses from the very real threat of flooding, local schools have risen to the occasion in a challenge to create an eye-catching awareness campaign.
This Christmas, the seaside town of Felixstowe provides the perfect festive shopping destination in Suffolk, with late night opening and free car parking.