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Community groups help keep East Suffolk clean

19 February 2019

The winners of a prize draw held as part of a community litter pick scheme in East Suffolk have been announced.

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Suffolk to host opening stage of 2019 Women’s Tour

19 February 2019

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Suffolk will host the opening stage of the 2019 OVO Energy Women’s Tour on Monday 10 June, marking the fifth time that the race has visited the county.

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Training taking place at old Melton Hill offices tonight

18 February 2019

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Don’t be alarmed, if you notice some unusual activity at Suffolk Coastal’s old offices on Melton Hill, Woodbridge, tonight (Monday, 18 February).

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Top food safety ratings for local businesses

14 February 2019

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More East Suffolk businesses have been awarded a Food Hygiene Rating of 5 - the highest level possible.

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Former Waveney Chief Executive Malcolm Berridge MBE

13 February 2019

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We are very saddened to have learned that former Waveney District Council Chief Executive Malcolm Berridge MBE has passed away.

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Helping hospital patients to get home

8 February 2019

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Suffolk Coastal District Council has received £87,000 in funding to support the ‘Stepping Home’ project.

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Communities benefit from new developments

7 February 2019

Local communities in east Suffolk are seeing the benefit from new developments happening across the District.

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Local men of the 67th Regiment TA RA

5 February 2019

Felixstowe History and Museum Society and Felixstowe Family History Society hold monthly meetings which are open to members and the general public alike.

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Waveney mourns loss of two former councillors

5 February 2019

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Waveney District Council is mourning the loss of two former councillors who served the district with distinction.

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Mayor, MP and Councillors Present M&S Petition to Marks & Spencer Executive

4 February 2019

The Mayor Felixstowe, Cllr Graham Newman, Suffolk Coastal MP, Thérèse Coffey and local councillors, Geoff Holdcroft and Tracey Green had a frank exchange of views with the Head of Public Affairs at Marks and Spencer, when they met in Parliament on 31 January. They suggested that Felixstowe is a town on the rise and with jobs, population and investment all increasing in the town that it would be a mistake for M&S to close.

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