Viewing entries posted in November 2022
Suffolk Public Sector Leaders pledge another £913,000 to tackle climate emergency
Suffolk’s ambition to be net-zero by 2030 has been bolstered by an almost £1million pledge for more initiatives to reduce carbon emissions and tackle the effects of climate change.
Measures agreed to protect districts’ waterways
Councillors at both Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils voted unanimously this week to support measures to protect local rivers and waterways.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk Councils call for the abuse of councillors to end
The abuse and intimidation of councillors must end – that’s the call from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils amid rising concerns about toxicity in public and political discourse.
Thousands more new trees for Sudbury
Babergh District Council is to create a ‘tiny forest’ in Sudbury, thanks to funding from the Government’s Local Authority Treescapes fund.
Shop Local for the 12 days of Christmas to boost the local economy
People are urged to get behind brilliant small businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk this Christmas, with figures showing the huge impact you can have by shopping locally.
Severe Weather Emergency Protocol activated to support anyone sleeping rough in the districts
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils has its Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) today 21 November, due to the severe weather.
Councillors recognise Unsung Hero at Active Suffolk Awards
Cllrs Mary McLaren and Julie Flatman were honoured to present the Unsung Hero Award at the Active Suffolk Awards on Friday night (18 November).
Online climate change awareness course launches for Suffolk
A free, online course has been launched to coincide with COP27 to support individuals and businesses to learn about the impacts of climate change in Suffolk.
Stowmarket residents asked to have their say on town’s wayfinding
Residents, business owners and community groups are being asked to come together and share their views on the vision for Stowmarket.
Local residents invited to help shape plans for Elmswell’s exemplar housing development
Elmswell residents are invited to a special drop-in session organised by Mid Suffolk District Council on Thursday (November 17) to find out more about proposals for an exemplar eco-friendly housing development and help shape the plans.