Babergh District councillors are being given more time to consider a proposal to change the name of the council.
Suffolk County Council working in partnership with Babergh District Council is proposing to remove six short stay parking bays on Cross Street in Sudbury with the aim of improving air quality in the area for both residents and pedestrians.
Two Suffolk councils are to extend their free swims offer during the October half term and Christmas holidays, following successful summer take up.
Two men found guilty of fly-tipping waste in Babergh and Mid Suffolk in separate cases at Ipswich Magistrates Court are to pay a total of more than £3,000.
Abbeycroft Leisure has been awarded two more county-wide exercise referral quality standards, for their work with patients with long term conditions referred to them by local GPs and health professionals.
This World Mental Health Day join Sudbury and Stowmarket VASPs to raise awareness for mental health and promote the services available in Suffolk.
Babergh District Council is encouraging businesses with bouncy castles or inflatable play equipment, to seek advice from health and safety officers following an incident earlier this year that left a youngster with a fractured leg.
Wildflower verges, free trees for families, and a map showing Babergh’s wildlife networks are included in council pledges to help protect biodiversity and natural habitats within the district.
Exciting plans for the development of a £600,000 visitor centre/cafe at Needham Lake are moving forward.
Work is underway, after ground was broken today (Thursday 26 September) on the new £2.4m swimming pool at Hadleigh Pool and Leisure.