Visitors to Lowestoft Library can help celebrate the town this summer by creating scaled-down replicas of its best-known landmarks.
Community groups in East Suffolk are being invited to apply for up to £30,000 in capital grant funding for upgrades and improvements to facilities.
An East Suffolk community has been awarded special status by a leading charity for its understanding and support for people living with dementia.
Construction work has recently begun on a new 30 place standalone nursery building on site at Holton St Peter Primary School in the village of Holton, Halesworth. Suffolk County Council and East Suffolk Council are working together to expand the schools offering to now include children aged two and three years old.
East Suffolk’s newest Visitor Information Point (VIP) has opened its doors on Felixstowe seafront.
A popular walking challenge is set to return to East Suffolk this summer – with prizes again on offer for taking part.
Households across Suffolk and Norfolk are being urged to sign up for a mission to do their bit to protect the planet and help get the best out of salad and vegetables.
More than £3.85 million of public funding was protected as a result of investigation work by East Suffolk Council’s (ESC) Corporate Fraud Service in 2022/23.
Development of a new seaside leisure site has reached new heights with the opening of its activity park area, featuring climbing walls, sports equipment and games.
As part of a major programme to reinvigorate Lowestoft’s seafront, designs have been finalised for the next phase of improvements at Jubilee Parade.