Residents across Suffolk are being encouraged to get behind a campaign calling for people to recycle glass properly.
Residents in Halesworth are invited to attend free community cooking workshops to learn new cooking skills, cook and eat healthy and affordable food and pick up tips on making food go further.
To help older residents, especially those living with dementia, East Suffolk Council has recently purchased 20 companion pets which are being given to local dementia groups and care homes across the district.
A local radio station has received a funding boost thanks to a donation from East Suffolk Council.
As the nation prepares to celebrate the unique milestone of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II becoming the first monarch to reign for 70 years, an extended weekend of celebratory activities is being coordinated by the Felixstowe Carnival Association, Felixstowe Town Council and Visit Felixstowe.
East Suffolk Council has undertaken an in-depth, four-month review of its Housing Landlord Service and is now taking steps, with the guidance of the Regulator of Social Housing, to resolve a number of outstanding issues.
East Suffolk Council will spend nearly £40million delivering essential services to the communities of East Suffolk in the coming year.
The evolving situation with Storm Eunice has led to a major incident being declared in Suffolk.
Two hundred oak trees are this week being distributed to communities across East Suffolk to plant in commemoration of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee.
A meeting of East Suffolk Council’s Planning Committee (south) on 7 March will consider an application for the relocation of beach huts which are temporarily housed on the promenade, close to the Felixstowe Spa Pavilion.