Two Suffolk councils have given the go ahead for £97k for projects aimed at boosting biodiversity and tackling climate change across their districts.
Housing growth in Babergh will fund vital improvements to a village hall, as well as the expansion of a local secondary school, following agreement by councillors earlier today.
Councillors on Mid Suffolk District Council cabinet this week agreed to progress plans to breathe new life into a derelict building in Eye town centre – with the aim of transforming it into a supportive space for fledgling businesses.
- Number of recorded cases across county of B.1.617.2 strain now at 22
- Cluster of 14 cases recorded in Needham Market
The number of COVID-19 cases in Suffolk of the variant of concern (B.1.617.2), which first originated in India, now stands at 22. This rise of cases is in line with the rest of the country.
The first VIP guests have been welcomed to the Regal Theatre to mark its official opening following an extensive renovation and expansion.
Babergh District Council has named Cllr Adrian Osborne as its new Chairman.
Fly tipping remains an issue in Suffolk as it does across the entire country, with more than four and a half thousand incidents reported last year alone.
Mid Suffolk District Council named Cllr Paul Ekpenyong as its new Chairman at its annual council meeting this week.
Hadleigh is due to host Suffolk’s annual Armed Forces Week celebrations next month – providing opportunity for the county’s residents to show their appreciation for our brave armed forces community.
Four new cases of ‘variant of concern’ identified in Suffolk, testing being rolled out in Needham Market
- 4 news cases of Variant of Concern identified in Suffolk (B.1.617.2 – variant first identified in India), bringing the total to 5
- Asymptomatic residents and workers in Needham Market encouraged to get tested at new Mobile Testing Unit site from Saturday 22 May 2021
Four new cases of the variant first identified in India (B.1.617.2) have been identified in Suffolk, bringing the total to five known cases.