Cllr John Ward has been elected the Leader of Babergh District Council and appointed a cross-party Cabinet, with Cllrs Kathryn Grandon and Adrian Osborne serving as Chairman and Deputy Chairman, at the council’s Annual Council Meeting.
Partners and stakeholders in the Suffolk stage of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour have joined local cyclists and media to sample the final 20 miles of opening stage of the 2019 race.
Cllr Suzie Morley has been elected the Leader of Mid Suffolk District Council, with Cllrs Lavinia Hadingham and Barry Humphreys MBE serving as Chair and Vice-Chair, at the council’s Annual Council Meeting.
The world’s leading teams will head to the OVO Energy Women’s Tour that begins in Suffolk, with a race finish in Stowmarket, in one month’s time (10 – 15 June) to contest the toughest yet edition of Britain’s biggest women’s race.
Motorists across East Anglia can now recharge their electric vehicles in as little as 30 minutes at one of a network of 11 new rapid chargers, installed along the region’s strategic road networks.
With counting complete the full results for the 2019 elections to Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have now been published.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s Exacom database has been shortlisted for the Public Sector Paperless Awards’ Big Data Project of the Year.
Further details of the opening stage of the 2019 OVO Energy Women’s Tour in Suffolk on Monday 10 June have today been announced. Riders will tackle two SKODA Queen of the Mountains climbs and contest three intermediate Eisberg Sprints during the 157.6 kilometre leg from Beccles to Stowmarket.
Town and Parish councils across Babergh and Mid Suffolk are set to receive a total of £469,764 of community infrastructure funding from the Councils’ CIL scheme.
Work on a new extension and facilities at the Kingfisher Leisure Centre, Sudbury, is due to begin on Tuesday next week.