Viewing entries posted in July 2022
Two Suffolk councils have now begun trialling wildflower verges across their districts, as part of efforts to tackle biodiversity and climate change.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk community groups can now bid for a share of £450,000 to improve their neighbourhoods, thanks to the two new Community Development Grants.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk are among the first district councils in Suffolk to take the next step towards a sustainable travel solution, aiming to increase active travel and help tackle climate change.
The completion of the first phase development at Chambers Green in Needham Market has been marked by councillors and representatives from Mid Suffolk Growth.
Babergh District Council took delivery of more new social housing this month, this time in Newton and Groton
An array of activities are planned this summer holiday to provide entertainment and support to families across Babergh and Mid Suffolk. From adventure days to swimming, cooking classes to woodwork there is something to keep everyone occupied over the summer holidays thanks to Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils and partners.
Residents across Babergh and Mid Suffolk are urged to prepare for extreme temperatures next week following the first ever heat-related red weather warning issued for the county.
We have activated our Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) due to the extremely hot temperatures.
Business innovation will be celebrated at an awards ceremony later this year and businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk are being invited to submit nominations to showcase how they are working in new and exciting ways.