East Suffolk Council is delighted that Lowestoft has been chosen to benefit from funding as part of the Government’s £3.6 billion 'New Towns Fund', following an announcement this morning.
Visitors to Lowestoft’s town centre will soon benefit from improved public conveniences, with refurbishment work on some of the most frequently used facilities scheduled to begin next week.
Residents interested in renting a new affordable home in Aldeburgh are invited to attend an information event next week.
A new social prescribing initiative that has been helping to improve the health and wellbeing of Ipswich residents is to be rolled out across East Suffolk during September and October.
Prepare to be spooked this Halloween - tickets have just gone on sale for this year’s scary and fun-packed events at the Landguard Peninsula in Felixstowe, Suffolk.
Residents in Southwold and Saxmundham will be asked to help identify areas in their communities which could become wildlife havens, as part of a trial scheme to help increase bio-diversity in East Suffolk.
East Suffolk Council gets the go ahead to bring new multi-million state-of-the-art leisure facility to Felixstowe.
As part of the East Suffolk Business & Community Awards, the public are invited to vote on the Enabling Communities Award. The finalists for this award have been shortlisted from all the community projects that have received funding from the East Suffolk Enabling Communities Budget or Exemplar Grant over the past 18 months.
Helmets at the ready, the popular female only cycling event is coming to Kesgrave on Sunday 1 September!
A new music and arts festival taking place in Woodbridge this weekend has received a funding boost from an East Suffolk councillor.