East Suffolk residents are being encouraged to consider the environment this Christmas by choosing recyclable products wherever possible and reducing their household waste.
The dates for the 2021 and 2022 editions of the UCI Masters Cyclo-Cross World Championships, which will be held in East Suffolk, have been announced.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has announced that Trinity Park in East Suffolk will host the 2021 and 2022 editions of the UCI Masters Cyclo-cross World Championships.
Earlier this year, the Suffolk Waste Partnership - which comprises Suffolk County Council and the district and borough councils - took the difficult decision to remove cartons and Tetra-paks from the list of materials that could be placed in household recycling bins. New industry regulations require cartons to be sorted separately from cardboard and it has been decided this is not a viable option.
Residents and businesses in Felixstowe, Lowestoft and Woodbridge are being encouraged to dispose of their waste correctly and reduce the pollution caused by litter entering the drainage system.
Following a surge of interest during the recent First Light Festival, further opportunities are now available for East Suffolk residents to become Plastic Action Champions and help local communities reduce their plastic waste.
With the OVO Energy Women’s Tour set to return to Suffolk next week for its fifth visit to the county, local communities are gearing up ready for the start of the race.
There’s just one week to go until the OVO Energy Women’s Tour returns to East Suffolk and residents are advised to take note of road closures and parking suspensions which may be in place.
Partners and stakeholders in the Suffolk stage of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour have joined local cyclists and media to sample the final 20 miles of opening stage of the 2019 race.
To celebrate the Grand Depart of this year’s OVO Energy Women’s Tour, a special festival will take place in Beccles.