Update: In light of the new national restrictions which will see non-essential businesses close from Thursday 5 November, it has been decided to postpone this year’s East Suffolk Business Festival.
A Small Grant Scheme has been launched by an East Suffolk Community Partnership to support local voluntary and community groups.
East Suffolk Community Partnership launches new funding schemes to help young people and local communities within the local area.
It is estimated that of the 24million pumpkins carved each year in Britain for Halloween, more than half of all these pumpkins are not eaten.
Local businesses are being offered the unique opportunity to trade within the redesigned East Point Pavilion in Lowestoft, which once complete will be managed by the organisers of the First Light Festival.
A one-day arts festival designed especially for young people returns next week, with workshops and activities being held online.
We’re just days away from the re-opening of Waveney Valley Leisure Centre – marking the completion of the £3.4 million refurbishment!
Hundreds of volunteers have stepped up and dedicated their time to help in their local communities in East Suffolk during the pandemic – now it is our turn to say thank you!
Over the next six weeks, East Suffolk residents are invited to have their say on three draft planning documents.
East Suffolk Council is urging people who are planning a private celebration for Bonfire Night to make safety the priority and also think about the environmental effect of any events they stage.