A new children’s play area along the seafront in Lowestoft is officially open, in time for families visiting the First Light Festival to enjoy.
East Suffolk school children, and their families, are being encouraged to take simple steps to protect their health from air pollution.
As part of a scheme inspired by students in Felixstowe, free sanitary products are now being made available through community venues across East Suffolk.
Partners and stakeholders in the Suffolk stage of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour have joined local cyclists and media to sample the final 20 miles of opening stage of the 2019 race.
East Suffolk Council is asking local people for their views on anti-social behaviour controls.
Residents with physical, sensory or learning difficulties or mental health problems, along with their carers, are invited to attend an information event in Beccles next week.
Local children's learning about nature has been given a boost by their district councillor.
Following the success of previous intergenerational events held in East Suffolk, older residents from the Beccles area are invited to a tea dance, organised by local young people.
Please be aware that some Waveney residents have received scam calls claiming to be from Waveney District Council. The caller - sometimes an individual claiming to work for the Council and sometimes someone claiming to be from a company calling on our behalf - tells the customer of a credit on their Council Tax account and requests the customer's bank details in order to issue a refund.
Christmas is coming and there are lots of festive events taking place across East Suffolk to get you in the Christmas spirit!