A local village hall at the heart of Boyton gets funding boost from East Suffolk councillor.
People living in Bungay and the surrounding areas are being encouraged to get involved with local activities to enhance their health and wellbeing and improve the lives of others in their community.
Residents and visitors to Lowestoft are being encouraged to dispose of their cigarette butts correctly to help reduce littering in the town centre.
Members of the Beccles community have enjoyed a day of free activities organised especially for local residents.
Groups and organisations providing activities for the benefit of local communities are invited to apply for funding to support their projects.
There are just a few days left to enter the new Suffolk Community Awards with the deadline of 21 July fast approaching.
Young people in Lowestoft and the surrounding areas can now sign up for East Suffolk Council’s popular programme of free children’s activities, which returns to Lowestoft this month.
A new children’s play area along the seafront in Lowestoft is officially open, in time for families visiting the First Light Festival to enjoy.
East Suffolk school children, and their families, are being encouraged to take simple steps to protect their health from air pollution.
As part of a scheme inspired by students in Felixstowe, free sanitary products are now being made available through community venues across East Suffolk.