‘Suffolk's small businesses are leading the way': how Suffolk's businesses are helping secure our sustainable future
More Suffolk businesses than ever before, including those in Babergh and Mid Suffolk, are making a clear and visible statement of their commitment to reducing environmental impacts.
Babergh Chair supports a cause close to her heart
The new Chair of Babergh District Council will be supporting a cause close to her heart which "offers hope to others".
New Mid Suffolk Chair announces support for disability charities in Thornham Magna
Two charities in Thornham Magna will be supported by Mid Suffolk District Council’s new chairman Cllr Rowland Warboys.
Your chance to design Tour of Britain stage winner’s jersey
The UK’s biggest professional cycle race, the men’s Tour of Britain, is heading to Suffolk on Thursday 7 September, and as the riders flash past on their way through the county, it’s the colourful jerseys that will enable spectators to pick out their favourites in the peloton and cheer them on.
Gateway14: Latest plans submitted
Plans have been submitted for a new 164,500 sq ft manufacturing and warehouse unit at Gateway 14 – the new state-of-the-art business, innovation and logistics park taking shape in Stowmarket.
Uniting communities and celebrating the return of the Tour of Britain to Suffolk
Local councils across Suffolk are working in partnership to inspire the public and truly put the county on the map.
New Babergh cabinet members are confirmed
The new coalition administration at Babergh District Council has announced a cabinet with “passion, experience and expertise”.
Half term activities coming to Babergh and Mid Suffolk
A week of exciting activities for children and young people are coming to Babergh and Mid Suffolk this half term.
New leader for Babergh as coalition is confirmed
Cllr David Busby has been elected leader of the new coalition administration at Babergh District Council.
Mid Suffolk’s new leader outlines initial priorities
Mid Suffolk District Council’s new leader today outlined the priorities for its new administration – refocusing the council’s work in a “greener and more sustainable direction” whilst tackling community issues.