Viewing entries posted in June 2021
Babergh District Council proudly flew the flag in support of Suffolk’s dedicated service personnel during a ceremony at Wattisham Flying Station earlier today.
Mid Suffolk Leisure Centre opens the doors this weekend on its new £2.2m upgrade and extension, supporting residents’ health and wellbeing with upgraded gym, poolside features and changing rooms.
CIFCO’s annual business plan is on the agenda for councillors over coming weeks, with the property investment company now having brought in more than £5.4m to help fund services and projects for residents in Babergh and Mid Suffolk.
Applications are now open for Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils’ Locality Awards funding – enabling communities to improve facilities, learn new skills and work towards becoming environmentally sustainable.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are urging residents to show their support for brave service personnel by taking part in Armed Forces Day celebrations next week.
Over 100 new businesses have signed up to the Virtual High Street as the site launches in Hadleigh and Stowmarket, joining over 130 already signed up to the platform in Sudbury.
Businesses in Babergh could benefit from new workspaces at a key location in Hadleigh following a decision from Babergh District Council to progress the development of 1.5 acres of allocated employment land.
Two Suffolk councils have given the go ahead for £97k for projects aimed at boosting biodiversity and tackling climate change across their districts.
Housing growth in Babergh will fund vital improvements to a village hall, as well as the expansion of a local secondary school, following agreement by councillors earlier today.