Local community groups have received a funding boost of just under £126,000 this year - thanks to Suffolk Coastal.
The winners of the second East Suffolk Photo Competition have been announced by Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils.
The East Suffolk Councils of Suffolk Coastal and Waveney have welcomed just shy of 100 apprentices to the organisation in six years and they recently celebrated the achievements of the latest ‘in-take’ with a special graduation ceremony.
Commemorations marking the centenary of the end of the First World War will take place across East Suffolk on and around 11 November.
Residents with physical, sensory or learning difficulties or mental health problems, along with their parents and carers, are invited to attend an information event in Lowestoft next month.
Following a successful first year, a photo competition celebrating the beauty of east Suffolk is returning for a second summer.
Guests enjoyed a ‘paw-load’ of fun as Kesgrave Community Library celebrated the start of the annual Summer Reading Challenge by throwing a Paw Patrol party on Sunday 22 July.
Suffolk’s parents and carers of children and young people with SEND are being invited to have their say on proposed changes to the future commissioning of specialist education provision for children and young people between the ages of 5 and 25.
As part of a national initiative to build strong connected communities, residents from Kessingland are invited to get to know their neighbours at the ‘Big Lunch’.
Applications are invited from community groups and organisations in Waveney to fund local projects and activities through the latest round of the Council’s Community Enabling Fund.