Suffolk Coastal is celebrating the success of its Enabling Communities Budget this month as funding pumped into communities reaches over £1 million, since the scheme launched in December 2013.
A project which helps vulnerable people and families in Suffolk make their homes warmer and cheaper to heat has successfully been awarded funding to support patients leaving hospital.
Dogs owners are being warned to make sure their pets don’t eat anything found on the beach – after a number of recent pet deaths.
Over 80 businesses across east Suffolk have been awarded with a Food Hygiene Rating of 5 - the highest level possible.
A consultation has been launched which gives communities and local organisations more say in the ways in which rivers are managed and maintained.
Residents are invited to find out more about the broad range of support and advice available to them in the local area.
A line-up of major Suffolk buyers committed to locally sourcing everything from office supplies and printing, to food, drink and services has been announced for the Suffolk Coast Business Showcase being held on 27 February at High Lodge Leisure, Darsham.
Plans to give more people the unique Suffolk Coastal ‘beach hut experience’ have taken a step forward, with the potential sites for 23 new beach huts being identified in Felixstowe.
Felixstowe is working to become the first dementia friendly town in Suffolk Coastal to help make lives easier and support more accessible to people affected by dementia.
Members of the local community are invited to attend a wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.