East Suffolk Council has paid out over £14 million in the last week to local businesses affected by new national restrictions introduced by the Government as it continues to support them during the pandemic.
To ensure that household waste and recycling collections are prioritised, East Suffolk Council and East Suffolk Norse have taken the decision to temporarily suspend the bulky waste collection service.
A funding scheme to help tackle East Suffolk Community Partnership’s key priorities has been extended.
Businesses in East Suffolk are being reminded that they must adhere to the national restrictions set out by the Government in response to Covid-19 after the owner of a restaurant was fined £1,000 for failing to close his business, risking the safety of staff and customers.
Waste and recycling vehicles in Suffolk are now displaying new artwork to help deliver the food savvy message and cut food waste across the county.
A funding programme which supports people struggling with social isolation and loneliness is now accepting new applications.
With its rich history and heritage, unique wildlife and attractions… the Landguard Peninsula at Felixstowe in Suffolk is now looking to the future - and we are looking for people to join us on this exciting new journey.
East Suffolk Council is now processing the payment of grants for local businesses provided by the Government in a response to new national Covid-19 restrictions.
East Suffolk Council has agreed to a new scheme which supports Towns and Parishes when setting budgets next year.
Residents, businesses and other interested parties are invited to help shape the future of open spaces across East Suffolk.