Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have taken further necessary steps to ensure public safety across their districts in light of COVID-19.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have introduced measures to prevent the future eviction of any council tenant who cannot pay their housing rent as a direct result of COVID-19.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have announced a range of measures to protect our services, communities, councillors and employees over coming weeks.
The newly refurbished Siam Gardens, including a weaving structure and statue, have been unveiled as part of an official opening at Weavers Piece in Sudbury.
Continuing the legacy of Sudbury Silk Stories, four primary schools from the Sudbury area are to learn about the Sudbury silk industry and the process of weaving, as part of a new project.
Communities across Babergh have received a funding boost totalling more than £200,000, to be used for local projects including a much-needed car park in Lavenham.
Communities across Mid Suffolk will benefit from a funding boost totalling more than £1.1 million, to be used for local projects including expansions to primary schools.
Planning officers for Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have scooped a national award… having paved the way for technological advances as part of 21st century planning.
No one likes bills dropping on the doormat but now you can help plant trees instead!
Mid Suffolk District Council tonight approved its budget for 2020/21, including an increase in council tax that will see £2.76 a year added to the bill of a Band D property.