East Suffolk Council has launched a new campaign in the lead up to Christmas, which will see Christmas cards being sent to some of the most vulnerable residents in East Suffolk.
Residents who have difficulty using online or telephone services can now access East Suffolk Council’s services in person at some local libraries, by appointment.
Organisers of the UCI Masters Cyclo-Cross World Championships have celebrated the event’s huge success at Trinity Park.
As part of its commitment to seek the best possible value for money for residents, businesses and all local stakeholders, East Suffolk Council is to create a Local Authority Trading Company (LATCo), enabling it to play a more direct and influential role in how important services are delivered.
A new virtual high street service that aims to support independent shops has now launched in East Suffolk.
New campaign encourages people to look out for the Food Hygiene Rating sticker if they’re planning that special meal out with family, friends or colleagues in the lead up to Christmas.
One of the largest mitre flood gates in the United Kingdom is to be installed as the final element of a project protecting thousands of homes from flooding.
East Suffolk residents are being encouraged to consider the environment this Christmas by choosing recyclable products wherever possible and reducing their household waste.
Hundreds of riders are set to descend on Trinity Park this weekend to compete in the UCI Masters Cyclo-Cross World Championships.
Over £8,000 has been granted to projects in East Suffolk to help promote and protect biodiversity, and further bids are now being invited.