Over the weekend, 11/12 March, two more cases of Avian Influenza (bird flu) have been confirmed at properties near Redgrave and Market Weston, bringing the total to four outbreaks in Suffolk, affecting over 50,000 birds, since the start of the year.
Residents, tenants and landlords across Babergh and Mid Suffolk are being offered help to reduce the environmental impact of their homes, improve energy efficiency, and lower their energy use with a range of council support.
This week, we published our first climate change and biodiversity annual reports for both councils.
The Women’s Tour, Britain’s biggest and longest running international women’s cycling stage race, will return to Bury St Edmunds this summer as the Suffolk town hosts the finish of the opening stage on Monday 6 June.
A competition, open to Babergh and Mid Suffolk residents, to find Norfolk and Suffolk’s most Tasty Toastie launches today.
Community Infrastructure Levy bids of more than £175,000 to help improve local facilities and play areas across Mid Suffolk received the go-ahead this week.
A planning application for a new entrance to Belle Vue Park in Sudbury has been submitted by Babergh District Council.
Last month, more than 200 new trees were planted by Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils, thanks to a previously successful Suffolk bid to the Forestry Commission's Local Authority Treescapes Fund.
This month, the UK’s Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer has confirmed highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1, commonly known as bird flu, at a small holding near Elmswell and a premises in Redgrave, in the district of Mid Suffolk.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have been awarded £324k to provide specialised emergency accommodation for rough sleepers and those at risk of homelessness.