East Suffolk Council’s leisure centres are preparing to re-open next week following the Government’s announcement that nationwide restrictions are being lifted.
Residents and visitors are being urged to take care when visiting the East Suffolk coast after a child was seen playing at the base of cliffs.
East Suffolk Council continues to put the environment first as it approves new guidance which tackles the impact development can have on the environment.
Supported by Suffolk County Council, East Suffolk Council and Community Action Suffolk, the East Suffolk Community and Adult Learning Network is offering two free webinar sessions on Tuesday 8 December. The sessions, delivered via Zoom, are open to any learning provider or community group who offer formal or informal learning.
East Suffolk Council is now processing the additional restrictions business grants for local businesses provided by the Government in a response to new nationwide restrictions.
New nationwide restrictions mean that more of us are working from home and thereby using more energy – from running lights and laptops to boiling the kettle more often.
Businesses in East Suffolk are being urged to adhere to Government coronavirus restrictions after the owner of a tattoo studio was fined £1,000 for failing to close her business, risking the safety of her staff and customers.
A funding programme which supports people struggling with social isolation and loneliness is now accepting new applications.
As a response to concerns from local businesses about the impact of Covid-19, East Suffolk Council has agreed to extend its free parking scheme to 13 additional car parks across the district.
East Suffolk Council is now processing the payment of grants for local businesses provided by the Government in a response to new national Covid-19 restrictions.