Both Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils are still currently experiencing high volumes of telephone calls, linked to the annual issuing of the Council Tax bills. The councils work in partnership and each has 30 lines staffed to answer these calls (8.45am – 5pm, Mon-Fri). Your call can be dealt with at the staff at either council.
Organisations supporting health and wellbeing in the Halesworth area are invited to attend a free networking event next month to showcase their services and find out more about working together to support vulnerable people.
Dog walkers are reminded to take extra care when visiting the coast following further reports of palm oil and the ongoing risk from Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning.
The 2018 Suffolk Coastal Business & Community Awards took place on Thursday 15th March at The Hangar, Kesgrave Hall. Organised by Suffolk Coastal District Council, the Awards celebrated the business and community initiatives and successes that have taken place in Suffolk Coastal over the last 18 months.
Plans for a brand new and exciting festival for Lowestoft, attracting up to 20,000 people to the town and celebrating local and international culture have been given a boost this week.
The flood gates in Felixstowe will be closed, and shingle boards put in place, from Friday afternoon and will remain closed this weekend, because of the forecast of a combination of strong NE winds and high tides.
Both Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils are currently experiencing high volumes of telephone calls, linked to the annual issuing of the Council Tax bills. The councils work in partnership and each has 30 lines staffed to answer these calls (8.45am – 5pm, Mon-Fri). Your call can be dealt with at the staff at either council.
Following a successful bid, the Suffolk Waste Partnership has been awarded £10,000 from the Government’s Litter Innovation Fund to run innovative local projects aimed at reducing litter.
The seaside town of Felixstowe is gearing itself up ready for the main 2018 visitor season… with a special launch event as part of English Tourism Week (17 to 25 March).
With spring on its way, the Suffolk Waste Partnership is again keen to support local community efforts to clean up towns, villages and countryside by getting involved in a litter pick.