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.
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.
Suffolk Coastal is celebrating the success of its Enabling Communities Budget this month as funding pumped into communities reaches over £1 million, since the scheme launched in December 2013.
A memorial fund set up to support local organisations has given donations to two Lowestoft-based charities to support their community work.
Business owners in East Suffolk are invited to attend free drop-in events and find out more about available funding, energy efficiency savings and advice on business expansion.
A local computer club is helping give people the confidence to get online thanks to support from Suffolk Coastal’s Enabling Communities Budget.
Businesses in Waveney are invited to attend a free support event next month, with information available on funding, energy efficiency and cyber protection.
Business owners in East Suffolk are encouraged to take advantage of free support to help increase energy efficiency and reduce running costs.
If you’re an activity provider in east Suffolk, there's only a few weeks left to apply for funding for providing holiday activities for children this year.
Applications are invited from community groups to fund local projects and activities through the latest round of the Council’s Community Enabling Fund.