Suffolk Coastal District Council has received £87,000 in funding to support the ‘Stepping Home’ project.
Local communities in east Suffolk are seeing the benefit from new developments happening across the District.
Felixstowe History and Museum Society and Felixstowe Family History Society hold monthly meetings which are open to members and the general public alike.
Waveney District Council is mourning the loss of two former councillors who served the district with distinction.
The Mayor Felixstowe, Cllr Graham Newman, Suffolk Coastal MP, Thérèse Coffey and local councillors, Geoff Holdcroft and Tracey Green had a frank exchange of views with the Head of Public Affairs at Marks and Spencer, when they met in Parliament on 31 January. They suggested that Felixstowe is a town on the rise and with jobs, population and investment all increasing in the town that it would be a mistake for M&S to close.
Thanks to the intervention of Waveney District Council, a neglected property which has been empty for more than 20 years will be refurbished and brought back into use.
Community leaders from across east Suffolk came together on Tuesday (22 January) to discuss views, raise questions and offer initial observations on EDF Energy’s Sizewell C Stage 3 Pre-Application consultation with members of Sizewell C Joint Local Authorities Group (JLAG).
People interested in the history of Lowestoft are invited to take part in a research project looking at the Scores.
As part of the ongoing work between Innovation Martlesham and Suffolk Coastal District Council, local businesses are invited to a knowledge sharing event taking place next month.
A road will be closed in Halesworth for three days next month as part of ongoing repairs to two Grade II listed buildings which were seriously damaged in a fire last June.