East Suffolk Council has welcomed the allocation of £2.5million in government funding towards additional support for people at risk of sleeping rough.
Beginning this week, a series of roadshows is taking place across East Suffolk to help provide advice to people concerned about the rising cost of living.
The councillors and officers of East Suffolk Council are deeply saddened at the news of the death of Her Majesty The Queen. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time.
There will be some changes to our services from Monday 19 September, the day of the state funeral for Her Majesty The Queen.
As the cost of living continues to bite a new campaign has been launched in Suffolk to help families reduce food waste and save money.
A major Lowestoft regeneration project which will see the redevelopment of the Council’s current Customer Services Centre and the Battery Green car park has taken a step forward with the appointment of a design team.
A new food support scheme has launched in Beccles to provide those in need with hot meals and drinks.
An updated and improved play area has opened to the local community that helped shape its new design.
Lowestoft residents are invited to attend a drop-in event next week and have their say on proposals to redevelop a disused part of Lowestoft railway station.
Since their official completion last month, local residents and visitors have been enjoying the striking new Eastern Edge beach huts on Lowestoft’s South Beach – and community groups are also getting involved!