East Suffolk residents are great at recycling and we want to help you to recycle as much as possible - whether through your recycling bin at home, your nearest Suffolk Recycling Centre or a local bring bank.
The government has recently made funding available to County Council’s and Unitary Authorities in England to support those most in need this winter during the final stages of economic recovery.
A charity in Lowestoft reduces its environmental impact and its running costs thanks to donations from local district councillors.
Hospitality, leisure and accommodation businesses impacted by the Omicron variant of Covid-19 have until February 21 to apply for one-off grants of up to £6,000.
Works to expand a primary school in East Suffolk, creating an additional 105 spaces for pupils, are now underway.