As part if the ongoing work between Innovation Martlesham and East Suffolk Council, local businesses are invited to a knowledge sharing event next month.
Don’t be alarmed if you notice some unusual activities at Suffolk Coastal’s old offices on Melton Hill, Woodbridge, over the next few weeks.
Lowestoft residents are being encouraged to help clean up the streets by taking part in a ‘community clean-up’ event taking place later this week.
On Easter Sunday (21 April) the Mayor of Felixstowe, Councillor Graham Newman, will be cutting the ribbon to officially open Felixstowe Museum for the 2019 season.
The Renaissance of the East Anglia Fisheries (REAF) partnership is asking local people in the fishing industry to help develop a long-term strategy for the area.
More people are being given the chance to enjoy the unique ‘beach hut experience’ in Felixstowe – with sale of new beach huts at The Dip.
Renewal invitations for the Garden Waste Scheme were sent in March to residents with subscriptions ending between 30 April and 31 May. If you gave us your email address last year we have emailed you a link to our website where you can renew online. Otherwise we have sent details of how to renew through the post.
Volunteers are being asked to step forward to help their local community take a smart approach to plastic waste by joining a new network of Plastic Action Champions.
Everyone has their opinion about Brexit – but a first of its kind scheme is looking for two people to give professional advice to Suffolk businesses that would help them not only survive but flourish during this time of uncertainty.
East Suffolk Council is stepping in to help EU residents in the District as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union.