A special day of sport and activities will take place in Suffolk on July 9 as part of the Festival of Suffolk, and young people in East Suffolk are being invited to sign up.
A skilled team of builders, conservators and craftspeople are forging ahead with restoration work to the outside of Lowestoft’s former Post Office building, as part of an ongoing programme to unlock the potential of historic high streets.
Dozens of people have benefitted from attending two Community Safety Ambassador events staged by East Suffolk Council.
Cllr Craig Rivett, Deputy Leader of East Suffolk Council and Cabinet Member for Economic Development has thanked festival-goers for helping make last weekend one of most memorable in the town’s modern history. And, in turn, co-founder Wayne Hemingway has thanked the Council for their role in making it happen.
Older residents living in Beccles, Bungay, Halesworth and the surrounding villages are invited to exchange their old, worn-out slippers for free.
Work is set to begin at the end of the summer season on the installation of a replacement ramp to improve beach access in Felixstowe.
With its charitable status now approved, the Landguard Trust is in the process of taking over much of the management of the Landguard Peninsula at Felixstowe.
Visitors to Felixstowe’s Langer Park are now able to enjoy the use of two newly unveiled and uniquely designed benches.
East Suffolk residents are invited to have their say on a new planning document covering small-scale residential development in the countryside.
Following a successful launch in Lowestoft and as part of a range of exciting digital projects taking place across East Suffolk, free-to-use public Wi-Fi has now been launched in Felixstowe.