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Raising the Bar nominations now open

13 March 2018

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The award nominations are now open for the Raising the Bar Awards 2018 to find the pupils and students, and people, places and projects that are Raising the Bar in education for Suffolk’s children and young people.

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Last chance to apply for youth activity funding

13 March 2018

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Youth organisations across east Suffolk have just a few days left to apply for funding from the East Suffolk Youth Priority Action Group (ESYPAG)’s award-winning youth holiday activities programme.

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Normal bin collections resume in east Suffolk

12 March 2018

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Bin collections across east Suffolk are now back to normal - thank you for your patience!

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Over 90 businesses achieve top food safety rating

12 March 2018

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More than 90 businesses across east Suffolk have been awarded with a Food Hygiene Rating of 5 - the highest level possible.

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Sign up for garden waste collection – now!

9 March 2018

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Suffolk Coastal residents can now sign up to the new Garden Waste Collection Scheme.

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Community drop-in event for Kessingland residents

8 March 2018

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Kessingland residents are invited to find out more about the broad range of support and advice available to them in the local area.

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Join the fight against plastic pollution

8 March 2018

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Most people were appalled by the shocking scenes of how plastic is polluting our seas, choking the lives out of our aquatic wildlife, recently shown on Blue Planet II.

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Women's Tour comes back to East Suffolk

7 March 2018

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The OVO Energy Women’s Tour will return to Suffolk this June, as the county hosts the opening stage to the UCI Women’s WorldTour race on Wednesday 13 June.

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Felixstowe Museum awarded grant

6 March 2018

Felixstowe Museum aims to recruit new volunteer trustees and expand its horizons with £4,320 from the Association for Independent Museums (AIM) Sustainability Grant Scheme. The grant will support the Museum to carry out a governance review, recruit new volunteer trustees, and review their forward plan.

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Parishes prepare to help solve Peninsula housing crisis

5 March 2018

Six parishes are set to come together to help solve the need for affordable housing on the Wilford Peninsula.

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