Twelve towns in East Suffolk are to benefit from new technology including free WiFi and footfall tracking, to help high streets and town centres recover from the impact of Covid-19.
Local people in Lowestoft are being asked to be part of something that can make a difference.
Lowestoft seafront to benefit from modern and energy efficient public conveniences as refurbishment work on Jubilee North facilities is completed.
East Suffolk Council is celebrating an incredible award of over £43 million by the Government - a 'once in a century' opportunity to deliver tidal flood walls and a tidal barrier to protect and safeguard the future of Lowestoft.
East Suffolk Council is celebrating the award of three quarters of a million pounds in Government funding to invest in capital projects in Lowestoft.
As part of its response to Covid-19, East Suffolk Council has now handed over more than £100,000 to local community groups and organisations who are providing support for residents most in need.
Southwold is set to get a welcome boost as East Suffolk Council prepares to re-open its popular caravan and camping site.
Members of a local lifesaving club are helping to keep visitors to Lowestoft and Southwold beaches safe this summer, by volunteering as beach wardens.
East Suffolk Council is introducing a scheme for street and market traders, which it hopes will make it easier for events to take place and breathe new life in to high streets as the district looks to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
East Suffolk Council has started trialling a new scheme which helps reconnect older residents who are vulnerable due to social isolation.