Residents in Leiston and Saxmundham are invited to find out more about the broad range of financial support services available to them locally at two free events taking place next month.
Following a successful funding application to East Suffolk Council, a local community Hub are able to service hot lunches to vulnerable residents.
East Suffolk Council continues to put the environment first by donating trees to towns and parishes as part of UK-wide initiative to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Christmas shoppers and visitors to festive events across East Suffolk can enjoy free parking in council-owned car parks on selected dates.
The organisers of Lowestoft’s First Light Festival have been confirmed as the operator for the East Point Pavilion, which is to be repurposed into an exciting community and events space.
Families living in cold draughty rented properties in Suffolk can expect warmer homes thanks to a new campaign to help councils clamp down on landlords.
Residents and visitors to East Suffolk are being urged to ‘drink, feast, shop east’ this winter with a brand-new campaign created to boost local business.
East Suffolk residents are being reminded of the importance of only burning seasoned firewood at home this winter, to help reduce air pollution and improve their health.
East Suffolk residents are invited to have their say on a draft Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Charging Schedule which sets out the amount developers pay to fund new and improved infrastructure.
Residents from the Beccles area are invited to find out more about the broad range of health and wellbeing support and services available to them locally at free event.