Babergh and Mid Suffolk community litter pickers joined their counterparts from across the county in Parliament last week to celebrate the Great British Spring Clean. Elaine Pulham from Hadleigh and Joy Walton from Debenham headed to Westminster from Suffolk.
New tenants in Glemsford are settling into their homes as Babergh completes the first of a number of new council housing development.
The development of 12 new affordable homes in Lavenham has been shortlisted for the East Anglia Building Excellence Awards 2018.
After a cold winter Babergh and Mid Suffolk have secured an additional £475,200 to help residents improve their home heating.
Following the success of their first public Question & Answer event in Sudbury, the Leader and Deputy Leader of Babergh District Council are planning to hold more.
Two silver public sector awards have been presented to Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils for working together.
Babergh residents with a link to Great Waldingfield are being urged to register their housing need as new affordable homes are given the green light.
A Suffolk swimming pool is ranking alongside the London Aquatics Centre in a national Swimathon for Charity.
As plans for the new skatepark in Belle Vue Park are being developed, Sudbury residents are being asked in an online survey to let the council know how they want it to look and to be used. Options include skateboarding, rollerblading, scooters, BMX or a mixture of these.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have approved a joint expenditure scheme to allow for the expenditure on infrastructure as a result of development.