We are currently awaiting further guidance on the new Covid-19 business grants announced by the Government yesterday and will update our website as soon as we have more information.
Local residents and businesses are invited to have their say on East Suffolk Council’s spending priorities before budget is set next month.
An East Suffolk councillor is calling on residents to make New Year’s resolutions to cut their carbon in 2021 and help tackle the climate emergency.
School children in Felixstowe are set to learn new communication skills thanks to a donation from a local councillor.
One of East Suffolk’s Community Partnerships announces new funding scheme which is set to tackle local priorities.
East Suffolk residents are being encouraged to consider the environment this Christmas by choosing recyclable products wherever possible and reducing their household waste.
East Suffolk residents are encouraged to check their bin collection day ahead of the festive season as distribution begins.
Members of the Royal Anglian Regiment are being trained to support deployment of the temporary flood barriers that reduce the risk of flooding in Lowestoft in the event of a tidal surge.
Our team visited the former Deben High School yesterday to remove freestanding items from the site. The Felixstowe Society were on hand to help and were delighted to find an old achievements award board hidden under the stairs. This will now be added to the items donated to the Society and take pride of place in the town’s achieve.
East Suffolk Council continues to call on the Government to implement lasting changes which will have significant environmental benefits for communities, the country and the planet.