The seaside town of Felixstowe in Suffolk is a unique, exciting and diverse location for photographic opportunities - seaside fun, beautiful gardens, huge container ships, historic buildings and rich wildlife habitats.
Lowestoft seafront will soon benefit from improved public conveniences as refurbishment work has started on Jubilee North facilities today.
Suffolk people are being asked to continue their great efforts, which are successfully reducing the spread of COVID-19.
The Leader of East Suffolk Council has asked local people to put safety first following changes to the Government’s COVID-19 guidelines and to remember that clear advice on social distancing remains in place.
Almost £53 million has now been paid out to local businesses as East Suffolk Council continues its efforts to support them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A local football club’s U11 team have a winning new look for the new season – thanks to a donation from their local district councillor.
Dog owners are reminded that dogs are not allowed on some East Suffolk beaches between 1 May and 30 September.
VE Day will be commemorated across Suffolk this Friday, just not as previously planned, with the government’s instructions requiring people to stay home and stay safe to slow the spread of coronavirus.
East Suffolk Council has set a date for the resumption of its garden waste collection service.
Operations will restart on Bank Holiday Monday May 25, following an earlier suspension due to the impact of COVID-19, and all subscribers will receive their first collection during the subsequent fortnight. The Council has taken the decision to restart the service having been satisfied that criteria to ensure the safety of operatives have been met.
For the first time ever, East Suffolk Council’s next Cabinet meeting will be broadcast live on YouTube, allowing residents to observe the meeting from home.