Services providing support to those living with a disability in East Suffolk have been given an extra boost following a decision to increase council funding for two established organisations.
East Suffolk residents are urged to carry out thorough checks when buying a puppy, following investigations into illegal dog breeding in the district.
Two projects in East Suffolk have been awarded funding through the latest round of the Suffolk Inclusive Growth Investment Fund (SIGIF).
Wickham Market Parish Council, East Suffolk Council, Suffolk County Council and Sizewell C (The Working Group) are seeking feedback from local residents on proposals to change the way traffic is managed in the village.
This week regional charity Access Community Trust has confirmed plans to provide a helpful community service - that focuses on positive support for local people experiencing a hoarding disorder across East Suffolk.
An exciting project to restore the façade of Lowestoft’s former Post Office, now owned by East Suffolk Council, is set to start later this year.
Having been damaged during an appalling arson attack last year, a historic shelter on Felixstowe’s South Seafront has been reopened to the community.
A combination of new gaming technology and a face-to-face event will be offered to encourage local people to have their say on what they value about Pakefield and possible options for managing the future of the coast.
Funding and support is available for businesses in East Suffolk which have been, and continue to be, severely affected by Covid-19 restrictions.
An East Suffolk Community Partnership is making a real difference to local communities after granting over £10,000 to local projects.