Although the political make up of both Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils is varied and diverse, the resolve to work together to look after our communities, protect the vulnerable and safeguard our local economy during the COVID-19 pandemic is entirely the same.
Businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk are being urged to find out what financial support is available to them as well as seeking advice and guidance in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
Community groups and organisations can now apply for immediate grants of up to £2,500 as part of Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils’ response to COVID-19.
Babergh District Council leader Cllr John Ward today paid tribute to long-serving former councillor Nick Ridley OBE, who died on Tuesday following a short illness.
A property in Sudbury has been transformed in just five working days in order to provide urgent accommodation to people at risk during the coronavirus outbreak.
Fressingfield has become the eighth area in the district to see their Neighbourhood Development Plan adopted as part of Mid Suffolk’s Development Plan.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils remain committed to working with partners to support the volunteers assembling to help protect our communities.
Businesses across Babergh and Mid Suffolk are set to receive financial support in the form of grant funding announced in the Government’s package of measures designed to help smaller businesses.
Suffolk urged to rally together as new local COVID-19 app and phoneline launched to connect volunteers and people who need help.
Following the statement by the Prime Minister last night (23 March 2020), Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have introduced further changes to their services in order to protect the public and staff, and to help prevent the spread of the virus, in line with Government guidance.