Suffolk Constabulary is reminding people to stay alert to criminals looking to continue to exploit the vulnerable during the coronavirus outbreak.
Parking charges in all East Suffolk Council-run car parks have been temporarily suspended to help support our local key workers and community volunteers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Gateway to Homechoice scheme has been temporarily suspended in a response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
The seaside town of Felixstowe in Suffolk is a unique, exciting and diverse location for photographic opportunities - seaside fun, beautiful gardens, huge container ships, historic buildings and rich wildlife habitats.
As part of East Suffolk Council’s response to the impact of Covid-19 on vulnerable residents, a new community fund of more than £70,000 has been launched to support those in need.
All food businesses in East Suffolk, including takeaways, cafés, restaurants and public houses are to receive information on providing a safe takeaway food service during the Covid-19 outbreak.
“As we approach another weekend with the continued threat of coronavirus hanging over Suffolk, we have a very simple message for every resident. Anyone can spread coronavirus so everyone should stay at home this weekend. We can’t make it any more simple than that.
In a joint statement, Leader of Suffolk County Council, Cllr Matthew Hicks and Leader of East Suffolk Council, Cllr Steve Gallant said: “Both Suffolk County Council and East Suffolk Council absolutely agree that this is the right decision for EDF Energy to take at this moment in time. We believe there is no other choice for them to take during such a difficult time for us all as we focus on fighting the effect of Covid-19 across Suffolk.
In the interests of crew safety and to ensure that household waste and recycling collections are prioritised, East Suffolk Council and East Suffolk Norse have taken the decision to temporarily suspend the collection of garden waste, including annual renewals and new subscriptions.
East Suffolk Council is responding to the new measures, laid down by the Prime Minister, relating to COVID-19 and is taking steps to ensure critical services are maintained.