A significant new funding scheme to deliver an economic boost and support recovery from Covid is now available to businesses and not-for-profit organisations in Babergh and Mid Suffolk.
Work has begun to transform a former Aldi store into a new 24-hour gym – breathing new life into the vacant unit and boosting council plans for a vibrant and thriving town centre.
Residents in Drinkstone, Eye and Wilby have voted to adopt their Neighbourhood Development Plans – outlining a positive vision for how and where future growth should take place to meet local identified need.
The vision for Sudbury took another step forward this week as contracts exchanged on the sale of Belle Vue House and the northern part of the old swimming pool site.
As part of International Compost Awareness Week (from Sunday 2 May), Suffolk Waste Partnership is supporting several initiatives aiming to help residents get composting.
The Suffolk Waste Partnership and Hubbub are on the search for a Suffolk street or community that thinks it’s got what it takes to save money by saving food waste.
Mid Suffolk District Council awarded community grants totalling £996,855 in the 2020/21 financial year – supporting the district’s Covid response and enabling improvements to local community venues and sports and leisure facilities.
A significant new grant fund, launched by Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils, is set to support the recovery of local businesses reopening after lockdown but unable to access the Government’s Restart Grant scheme.
A national retailer has been fined over £60k, for food hygiene offences committed at their McColl’s store on Market Hill in Sudbury.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils send best wishes to Her Majesty The Queen on her 95th birthday today, Wednesday, 21 April 2021.