Viewing entries posted in March 2022
Film-making, music, creative arts, sports, swimming, and outdoor cooking, are amongst the fun activities on offer from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils and partners during the Easter school holidays.
Following two years of unprecedented challenges, Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have launched their economic recovery plan outlining the different initiatives, schemes, and packages to help businesses large and small in the districts.
This week, a further case of Avian Influenza (bird flu) has been confirmed at a property near Stowmarket. 18 mixed poultry housed at the location, will sadly all now be humanely culled.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine and pledge support for refugees
Councillors from across the political divide stood united across both Mid Suffolk and Babergh this month, voting unanimously in favour of motions condemning the war in Ukraine.
Pedestrian and pedal-power gears up next month, as councillors consider plans to improve the walking and cycling network across Babergh and Mid Suffolk in a bid to tackle climate change.
Residents across Suffolk are being encouraged to get behind a campaign calling for people to recycle glass properly.
Over the weekend, 11/12 March, two more cases of Avian Influenza (bird flu) have been confirmed at properties near Redgrave and Market Weston, bringing the total to four outbreaks in Suffolk, affecting over 50,000 birds, since the start of the year.
Residents, tenants and landlords across Babergh and Mid Suffolk are being offered help to reduce the environmental impact of their homes, improve energy efficiency, and lower their energy use with a range of council support.
This week, we published our first climate change and biodiversity annual reports for both councils.
The Women’s Tour, Britain’s biggest and longest running international women’s cycling stage race, will return to Bury St Edmunds this summer as the Suffolk town hosts the finish of the opening stage on Monday 6 June.