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Councils set out parking strategy for the next 20 years

27 September 2022

Supporting the needs of local trade and residents, while putting the brakes on climate change – Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have set out their plans for improved parking provision for the next 20 years.

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Bird flu detected in Nedging

26 September 2022

An outbreak of Avian Influenza (high pathogenic strain HN51) has been detected at a commercial premises in Nedging, Suffolk, with a flock of 90 turkeys, 40 chickens and 11 geese. All poultry on the premises will be humanely culled.

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Historic proclamations take place in the Babergh and Mid Suffolk districts

12 September 2022

The reign of King Charles III has been proclaimed at historic events across Suffolk, including the Babergh and Mid Suffolk districts.

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Suffolk citizens invited to historic moment as new Sovereign proclaimed across the county

9 September 2022

The reign of His Majesty King Charles III will be proclaimed across Suffolk on Sunday 11 September 2022.

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Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils’ sadness at the death of Her Majesty

9 September 2022

The Chairs of Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have today expressed their condolences to the Royal family following the announcement of the death of Her Majesty The Queen.

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Households urged to get Food Savvy and plan ahead to save money and avoid waste

7 September 2022

As the cost of living continues to bite a new campaign has been launched in Suffolk to help families reduce food waste and save money.

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A chance to stand for what you believe in

2 September 2022

Residents across Babergh and Mid Suffolk are being encouraged to consider adding their name to the ballot and stand as a district councillor next May.

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