Viewing entries posted in November 2021
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are working with town and parish councils across their districts this National Tree Week to plant nearly 5,000 trees and hedgerow plants, to help tackle biodiversity loss.
Councillors have marked the ‘topping out’ of the new Needham Lake café and visitor centre and announced the name will be Duck & Teapot following a public vote.
Over 250 people in Sudbury and the surrounding area contributed to Babergh District Council’s public consultation about the future of Belle Vue Park held earlier this autumn.
Families living in privately rented cold and draughty properties in Suffolk can look forward warmer homes in future thanks to a new campaign to clamp down on landlords.
Plans to introduce new tariffs, including an hour’s free parking, in Babergh car parks from January next year, have been postponed.
Finding the perfect gift while shopping local this Christmas has just become easier as the Virtual High Street unveils a raft of discounts and offers for the festive season.
Residents across Suffolk, including in Babergh and Mid Suffolk, were challenged to save money by reducing their food waste as part of The Street That Saved, a #FoodSavvy campaign led by the Suffolk Waste Partnership, Norfolk County Council, and environmental charity Hubbub.
An investment pledge of £5.1million has been made by Mid Suffolk District Council to help deliver a range of projects to boost the district’s recovery from the impact of the Covid pandemic.
A new car park serving Woolpit Health Centre and the local community was officially opened by Mid Suffolk councillors and NHS representatives today – securing much-needed parking for Covid vaccination patients.
Dedicated Covid recovery, almost £5m in improved leisure facilities and a CCTV upgrade will all go towards improving the quality of life of Babergh residents, members heard this week.