East Suffolk Council has introduced new electric vehicles to its fleet as part of its commitment to tackle climate change.
A grants scheme which has seen East Suffolk Council pay out over £2.5 million to small businesses is coming to a close and any qualifying company is urged to apply before next week’s final deadline for applications.
To celebrate the cultural work of local organisations and individuals and the town’s coastal location and heritage, a photographic installation is to be erected at a site in Lowestoft.
A project to digitally transform East Suffolk’s market towns and help them recover from the impact of Covid-19 has been awarded £450,000 in local and Government funding.
Felixstowe beach (Felixstowe South and Pier) is flying high after being named as one of country's best beaches by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy, joining an elite of seaside towns scooping Blue Flag and Seaside Awards this year.
East Suffolk Council has called on the Government to consider implementing lasting changes which will have significant environmental benefits for communities, the country and the planet.
To encourage people to dispose of their rubbish correctly and reduce littering, a new style of litter bin is being trialled in Aldeburgh.
Following further easing of lockdown restrictions, Waterlane Leisure Centre is preparing to welcome back members next week.
In a response to Covid-19, East Suffolk Council has paid out over £2.5 million to small businesses and are urging others to apply for financial support before it is too late.
East Suffolk Council’s leisure centres operated by Places Leisure is preparing to re-open from Monday 3 August following further easing of lockdown restrictions.