To support the Covid-19 vaccination programme, East Suffolk Council will continue to offer free parking for healthcare staff working in vaccination centres across East Suffolk.
As part of an ongoing drive to build the right environment for East Suffolk, a new campaign is being launched to help people get their recycling right.
East Suffolk Council continues to put the environment first as voluntary and community groups are invited to apply for funding to support projects that help promote biodiversity.
A new befriending project has been launched to support deaf people living in East Suffolk to connect with other people and reduce social isolation.
Private renters in East Suffolk are invited to have their say in a new survey as part of East Suffolk Council’s plans to improve homes in the district.
Local residents are invited to comment on the Southwold Neighbourhood Plan, ahead of it being submitted for independent examination.
East Suffolk Council has introduced a new policy for 'commemorative' benches, the service which allows people to sponsor seating at locations in the district to remember a friend, relative or colleague who has passed.
A new campaign aimed at getting young people to talk about their mental health has been launched in Kesgrave thanks to a donation from a local district councillor.
East Suffolk Council has secured nearly £900,000 in national funding to help tackle homelessness in the district.
Older people living in Carlton Colville, Kessingland, Southwold and surrounding villages are invited to exchange their old, worn-out slippers for free to help them stay safely on their feet in a new initiative.