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.
More than 90 businesses across east Suffolk have been awarded with a Food Hygiene Rating of 5 - the highest level possible.
Suffolk Coastal residents can now sign up to the new Garden Waste Collection Scheme.
Kessingland residents are invited to find out more about the broad range of support and advice available to them in the local area.
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.
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.
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.
Six parishes are set to come together to help solve the need for affordable housing on the Wilford Peninsula.
A new project between Flipside and the Lowestoft Flood Risk Management Project will see local school children create unique art installations in the town, as well as a legacy engraving as part of the permanent flood defences.
The adverse weather conditions across the east have had a huge impact on our refuse collection service. We have put the safety of the public and our crews first and we are very grateful for your patience and understanding. We will now begin the process of catching up, as well as undertaking a full, scheduled collection service from Monday 5th March.