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.
Babergh District Council’s planning committee today voted unanimously to defer a decision on outline planning permission for 64 homes – ensuring concerns raised by Boxford’s community about proposals will be investigated further.
Babergh District Council has partnered with a local deli to offer free cookery classes to the district’s most vulnerable residents – enabling participants to learn vital new skills and form lasting friendships.
Mid Suffolk District Council Chairman, Cllr Barry Humphreys MBE has donated £1,000 raised during his term in office to his chosen charity, Stowmarket Dementia Action Alliance.
A significant new funding scheme to deliver an economic boost and support recovery from Covid is now available to businesses and not-for-profit organisations in Babergh and Mid Suffolk.
Work has begun to transform a former Aldi store into a new 24-hour gym – breathing new life into the vacant unit and boosting council plans for a vibrant and thriving town centre.
Residents in Drinkstone, Eye and Wilby have voted to adopt their Neighbourhood Development Plans – outlining a positive vision for how and where future growth should take place to meet local identified need.
The vision for Sudbury took another step forward this week as contracts exchanged on the sale of Belle Vue House and the northern part of the old swimming pool site.
As part of International Compost Awareness Week (from Sunday 2 May), Suffolk Waste Partnership is supporting several initiatives aiming to help residents get composting.