The Renaissance of the East Anglia Fisheries (REAF) group is ready to launch its strategy to rejuvenate the fishing industry along the East Anglian coast!
The first ever Cultural Strategy for Lowestoft was launched at a ‘Celebrating Culture on the Edge’ event at the Seagull Theatre on Thursday 10 October, with speakers from Arts Council England and Historic England and the Chief Executive of East Suffolk Council.
Suffolk Constabulary is committed to tackling hate crime across our communities. The National Hate Crime Awareness Week taking place 12-19 October is an opportunity to raise awareness and understanding of what hate crime is and to encourage victims to come forward #NoHateInSuffolk
Following its successful debut last year, a one-day arts festival especially for young people is coming back to Lowestoft.
East Suffolk Business Festival is back next month following its successful launch last year.
Residents in Mutford will be asked to decide next week whether a Neighbourhood Plan for the village should be used by East Suffolk Council for future planning applications.
A Felixstowe business has been rewarded for its commitment to providing customers with healthier food choices.
Collaboration is the central theme of the Suffolk Coast Forum Conference this year. Drawing in speakers playing a national part in the future of our coast and estuaries, everything from growing the economy to the importance of the coast to mental health is tackled.
The 2019 East Suffolk Business & Community Awards took place on Thursday 3rd October at The Hangar, Kesgrave Hall. Organised by East Suffolk Council, the Awards celebrated a vast array of business and community successes and initiatives from the last 18 months.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has announced that Trinity Park in East Suffolk will host the 2021 and 2022 editions of the UCI Masters Cyclo-cross World Championships.