Following an incident at a public house in East Suffolk where a member of staff suffered life-changing injuries, the company responsible for operating the business has been ordered to pay almost £60,000.
On Wednesday 18 August, the Government announced its new resettlement scheme for Afghan refugees. Whilst the full details are yet to be confirmed, it is crystal clear that the Government needs local authorities everywhere to step up and support this national effort.
Older people living in East Suffolk are invited to attend free cooking workshops to learn new cooking skills and recipes in a relaxed social setting.
More affordable homes are now available to rent in East Suffolk following the Council’s purchase of ten new properties in north Lowestoft.
Individuals and teams of all abilities can now sign up to take part in Felixstowe’s first ever Triathlon – hurry though! Spaces are limited.
We are naturally appalled that someone has chosen to behave in such a selfish and mindless way given how excited we are all by the appearance of these works here on the east coast. We are, however, hopeful that this particular work can be restored, and are engaging with specialists.
East Suffolk Council is continuing to trial a scheme which helps reconnect older residents who may need support due to social isolation.
Leiston residents are invited to give their views on a proposed Leiston Transport Strategy.
To celebrate one of the UK’s biggest sporting events finishing in Felixstowe this October, East Suffolk Council is hosting FelixFest in partnership with Felixstowe Town Council – an ultimate weekend of family fun for local people and visitors alike.
An East Suffolk resident has been fined over £1,300 after being found guilty of planning offences.