People living in Bungay and the surrounding areas are being encouraged to get involved with local activities to enhance their health and wellbeing and improve the lives of others in their community.
A new social prescribing initiative that has been helping to improve the health and wellbeing of Ipswich residents is to be rolled out across East Suffolk during September and October.
Visitors to this week’s Latitude Festival are encouraged to stay safe and avoid the risks associated with harmful drugs.
East Suffolk Council is to spend almost £300,000 providing accommodation for rough sleepers and those facing homelessness in Felixstowe and Lowestoft.
A hospital restaurant has been rewarded for its commitment to providing customers with healthier food choices.
It has been a great start for Leiston Leisure Centre as its new state-of-the-art facilities are attracting the crowds.
The hi-tech system developed by the Council’s Port Health service in Felixstowe has reached a major milestone – handling its one millionth job at the port.
Organisations supporting health and wellbeing in the Beccles area are invited to attend a free event to showcase their services and find out more about working together to support vulnerable and isolated people.
Suffolk Coastal District Council has received £87,000 in funding to support the ‘Stepping Home’ project.