Join the highly regarded Professor Tim O’Riordan OBE, FBA in a discussion about the issues surrounding sustainable development, prosperity and economic growth on Monday 28 November 6pm to 8pm.
The ‘Love East Suffolk’ litter pick scheme designed to encourage more community groups to get involved in taking care for their environment by collecting litter has been hailed a success by Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils.
Felixstowe Leisure Centre has been presented with a prestigious award in recognition of the wide variety of healthier food choices it offers to customers.
The licensee of a Lowestoft wine bar has been fined over £4,000 for breaching noise regulations.
To celebrate 20 years of the East Suffolk Greenprint Forum, community groups could win £500 to benefit their local environment.
More food businesses across east Suffolk have been awarded top marks for their food hygiene.
Waveney and Suffolk Coastal District Councils are supporting this year’s Food Safety Week (4th-10th July), which aims to help people better understand how to waste less food safely, by making more use of their freezers.
The East Suffolk Greenprint Forum wants to help us think more about how our travel from A to B can work better for us and the environment at its next event.
More food businesses across Waveney have been awarded with a Food Hygiene Rating of 5 - the highest level possible.
Lowestoft residents are encouraged to learn more about plans to create permanent flood defences which will help reduce the risk of serious flooding in the town.