Beginning on Tuesday 24 July, Waveney District Council in partnership with Sentinel Leisure Trust is offering FREE swimming sessions for young people over the school summer holidays.
Local young people can now sign up for Waveney District Council’s popular programme of free children’s activities, which returns to Lowestoft at the end of this month.
Beccles residents from across the generations were brought together last week at a special event hosted by local students.
A lunchtime event aimed at reducing social isolation and loneliness amongst Kessingland residents has been hailed as a success by its organisers.
Bungay residents are invited to find out more about the broad range of support services, clubs and activities available to them in the local area.
With just one week to go until the OVO Energy Women's Tour arrives in east Suffolk, local school children have been getting ready to show their support.
After weeks of preparation, residents of a Lowestoft street have gathered for a street party to bring people together and help get to know their neighbours.
There are some cracking activities in east Suffolk this Easter!
Over £380,000 of Big Lottery funding has been secured for a new project which will put residents at the heart of developing their communities in Lowestoft and the surrounding area.
The award nominations are now open for the Raising the Bar Awards 2018 to find the pupils and students, and people, places and projects that are Raising the Bar in education for Suffolk’s children and young people.