You're recycling even more

Suffolk Waste Partnership has launched a new video to highlight how much is now being recycled. It also reminds residents which materials can go in household recycling bins. Watch it by clicking the "read more" link.

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You're recycling even more

Suffolk Energy Action Scheme

Are you being effected by rising energy prices? If so, check out the Suffolk Energy Action Scheme to find out how you can improve your energy efficiency

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Suffolk Energy Action Scheme

Garden waste collection service

We offer a garden waste collection service providing residents with an easy and convenient way to recycle garden waste all year round. For further information click "Read more".

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Garden waste collection service

Grass cutting

We maintain most of the grass cutting on open spaces, recreation grounds and parts of the highway within our towns and larger villages. If you would like to report a problem but you’re not sure who to contact, please click on the link for further information.

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Grass cutting
  • Community litter picking

    Are you interested in volunteering to pick litter in your local area?  If so, we would like to hear from you. Our Public Realm Team can provide you with a kit including gloves, bags and hi-vis clothing. We are also happy to arrange collection of the litter for you as well. 

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  • Looking for something to do in Suffolk?

    If you're looking for ideas for places to visit in Suffolk, click on the Heart of Suffolk website where you will find lots of useful visitor information and ideas for things to do in our wonderful county. 

  • New Citizen Advice Bureau drop-in service for Hadleigh

    On the last Wednesday of every month from 9.30am - 12.30pm, Babergh District Council offices in Hadleigh will be hosting a Citizens Advice Bureau drop-in service. No appointment required. For further information please click here. 

  • Fly-tipping is illegal

    Dumping waste where it's not allowed, or allowing others to do so, is a criminal offence. You could face very large fines and even be sent to prison. Find out how to avoid fly-tipping and how to report it.

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