A new public exhibition showcasing plans and proposals for the future of Sudbury is coming to the town next month.
Today, the doors of the Duck & Teapot, the new café and visitor centre at Needham Lake have officially opened for the first time.
The sports centre, based on the site of Ormiston Sudbury Academy, is set to re-open for community use from the start of September as part of a new arrangement to be periodically reviewed by the Trust.
Town and Parish Councils across Babergh and Mid Suffolk have received £1.6 million in the latest round of neighbourhood CIL payments – paving the way for a range of vital community facilities and projects.
Construction is officially underway at Gateway 14 – the multi-million-pound business, innovation and logistics development in Stowmarket.
Four new Changing Places facilities will be created in key visitor locations in Babergh and Mid Suffolk following a successful bid for grant funding for almost £200,000.
The route for this year’s Women’s Tour Grand Départ between Colchester and Bury St Edmunds have today been announced.
This month will see the start of the 2022 Careeriosity programme, with students in and around Sudbury being invited to find out what career opportunities are available in the film and television sector at an exciting event by Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils and Screen Suffolk.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have expanded their GP referral schemes to include Hadleigh, providing tailored support for residents to improve their health and wellbeing.
Film-making, music, creative arts, sports, swimming, and outdoor cooking, are amongst the fun activities on offer from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils and partners during the Easter school holidays.