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Major incident declared in Suffolk as Storm Eunice hits

18 February 2022

The evolving situation with Storm Eunice has led to a major incident being declared in Suffolk.

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Switch onto a new Digital Skills Programme for businesses

16 February 2022

Business owners in Babergh and Mid Suffolk who want to learn new or improve their digital skills can now access free courses as part of a new business support programme.

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Sproughton scaffolding company to pay £516k for health and safety breaches

16 February 2022

A steel stockholder company based in Sproughton, has been ordered to pay almost £516k for health and safety offences.

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School’s Out activities to support families through half-term

14 February 2022

Football, swimming, crafts and outdoor cooking, are amongst the fun activities on offer from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils and partners during the February half-term school holidays, next week.

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A new bigger, better library for Needham Market!

9 February 2022

Suffolk Libraries, the charity that runs Suffolk libraries, and Mid Suffolk District Council are excited to announce that the new Needham Market Library is now open.

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New Government rebate

7 February 2022

On 3 February, the Government announced measures to help protect millions of households from rising energy costs - including a ‘£150 council tax energy rebate’.

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Babergh and Mid Suffolk pledge their support to addressing violence against women and girls

7 February 2022

Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have signed up to a new county-wide strategy, published today, outlining how Suffolk will address violence against women and girls.

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Congratulations Your Majesty

4 February 2022

Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils congratulate Her Majesty the Queen on the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne.

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Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils respond to new ‘County Deal’

4 February 2022

The leaders of Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have welcomed the news that Suffolk is one of nine counties invited to negotiate a ground-breaking devolution deal – bringing more control over areas such as transport, infrastructure and skills to the region.

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Statement regarding Vanners, Sudbury

3 February 2022

A spokesperson for Babergh District Council, said:

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