All the District and Borough Council Leaders in Suffolk have sent a joint letter to Suffolk County Council calling for a stop to the £70,000 review of local government structures initiated by the County.
With over 120 walks on offer, this year’s Suffolk Walking Festival is shaping up to be the biggest yet.
Suffolk County Council has today announced that it will hold a public consultation over the future of the Record Office Service in Lowestoft.
Parents and carers have until Monday 15th January to make their application to secure their child’s place at a Suffolk Primary, Infant, Junior or Middle school for September 2018.
Suffolk’s local authorities are now able to provide fully funded central heating systems* to 514 fuel poor households across Suffolk over the next three years. Around 4 million UK households are in fuel poverty, unable to affordably heat their home to the temperature needed to stay warm and healthy. As well as being on low incomes many of these households are also faced with the additional burden of relying on heating systems that are inefficient and expensive to run.
Suffolk’s Public Health team is offering a message of support for anyone struggling to cope this festive season, calling on people to seek help and not to struggle alone.
Bloor Homes have issued a statement on the Woods Lane Roads Closure.
Suffolk Coastal will tomorrow be hosting a public drop-in session on behalf of Bloor Homes on the Woods Lane road closures.
Parents and carers have until Tuesday 31 October to submit their application to secure their child’s place at a Suffolk secondary school for September 2018.
Suffolk County Council is seeking views on its proposed admissions policy for the 2019/2020 school year; ensuring school places are offered to children in a fair way.