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.
Local MP Peter Aldous and Waveney District Council have welcomed a Government decision which seeks to resolve issues faced by Universal Credit claimants regarding rent payments.
New signage is now in place in Lowestoft and Oulton Broad highlighting areas where anti-social behaviour linked to public drinking is being targeted.
Felixstowe Town Council and St John’s Church are arranging a Concert of Memories to commemorate the 1953 North Sea Floods, which claimed 41 lives locally and over 300 people in English coastal towns and villages. The service will be held at the Church on Orwell Road, Felixstowe, on Saturday 27 January 2018 from 6-7pm. All are welcome to attend.
Looking forward to a new year – and the challenge of creating a new super district council for east Suffolk.
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.
In a move to help boost local businesses in the district and create a real Christmas Eve buzz, Waveney District Council has announced that parking will be completely free all day in ALL council-owned and managed car parks on Christmas Eve.
Work will start this week to remove an unused disabled access ramp at Deben Leisure Centre as part of the redevelopment works for the new leisure facility.
This festive season we're asking people across east Suffolk to help keep our beaches clean by making sure all their leftover cooking fats and oils are put in the bin rather than poured down the sink.
Work to create a state-of-the-art climbing wall, which will offer exciting modern facilities and establish east Suffolk as an indoor climbing destination, will begin in Lowestoft in the New Year.