An East Suffolk Community Partnership is making a real difference to local communities after granting over £29,000 to local projects in its first year.
Residents living in the north of the district are invited to attend a virtual event, highlighting the wide variety of organisations providing services and activities in the area.
Just two weeks away from being able to meet friends and family outdoors, Suffolk County Council is encouraging residents to explore more of the beautiful countryside on their doorstep through its Quiet Lanes initiative.
Local residents are invited to comment on the early stages of two proposed planning documents; one which provides guidance on environmental considerations for developers and another which will update the charges incurred for specified developments, which are then used to deliver or improve local infrastructure.
Following the success of a trial last year, council-owned cemeteries across East Suffolk will now be managed in a new way, ensuring the needs of both communities and wildlife are catered for.
A local neighbourhood scheme has purchased a new wheelchair to better help older residents get around thanks for a donation from two district councillors.
Residents with physical, sensory or learning difficulties or mental health concerns, along with their parents and carers, are invited to attend the Waveney Disability Forum’s AGM next week.
It is with great sadness that East Suffolk Council and the First Light Festival team have concluded that this year’s event will not be able to proceed due to ongoing risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
National survey reveals that more than one million UK nappy users are putting them in their recycling bin.
East Suffolk Council will begin to collect large items again from next week after temporarily suspending the service to prioritise household waste and recycling collections.