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Viewing entries posted in November 2018

Great Cornard Riverside Path Opened

27 November 2018

The long-anticipated River Stour footpath between Great Cornard and Sudbury has today been opened at a formal ribbon-cutting.

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Deck the halls with polar bears and penguins!

27 November 2018

This year’s exciting recycled Christmas art project is all about polar bears and penguins.

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Plans submitted for future of former Babergh Offices

21 November 2018

Babergh District Council have submitted Planning Applications for 78 new homes in Hadleigh, with proposals to develop both the former council offices on Corks Lane and the former care home at Angel Court.

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Stowmarket Middle School site plan out for consultation

16 November 2018

Mid Suffolk District Council is inviting residents to take part in a consultation for the proposed redevelopment plan for the former Stowmarket Middle School site.

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Local Councillors recognised at national awards ceremony

8 November 2018

Cllr Peter Patrick, of Babergh District Council, and Cllr Glen Horn, of Mid-Suffolk District Council, were given a special mention at the LGiU and CCLA Councillor Achievement Awards ceremony, where they were shortlisted for the Finance and Transformation award. 

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First spade in the ground for new Sudbury Skate Park

7 November 2018

Ground has been broken ahead of the construction of a new skate park in Sudbury’s Belle Vue Park, following public consultation earlier this year.

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English Oak Trees to Commemorate Fallen of First World War

2 November 2018

A memorial of seven English Oak trees has been planted in Debenham to commemorate the role played by the people of Mid Suffolk in the First World War and to remember all those who gave their lives in sacrifice our of freedoms today.

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Avenue of Oaks to Commemorate Babergh's War Dead

2 November 2018

Babergh District Council have planted a new Avenue of Oak Trees in Hadleigh to mark the centenary of the 1918 Armistice.

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