Viewing entries posted in May 2023
Uniting communities and celebrating the return of the Tour of Britain to Suffolk
Local councils across Suffolk are working in partnership to inspire the public and truly put the county on the map.
New Babergh cabinet members are confirmed
The new coalition administration at Babergh District Council has announced a cabinet with “passion, experience and expertise”.
Half term activities coming to Babergh and Mid Suffolk
A week of exciting activities for children and young people are coming to Babergh and Mid Suffolk this half term.
New leader for Babergh as coalition is confirmed
Cllr David Busby has been elected leader of the new coalition administration at Babergh District Council.
Mid Suffolk’s new leader outlines initial priorities
Mid Suffolk District Council’s new leader today outlined the priorities for its new administration – refocusing the council’s work in a “greener and more sustainable direction” whilst tackling community issues.
Babergh coalition agreement is reached
A coalition has been agreed between Green, Independent and Liberal Democrat councillors to form a new administration at Babergh District Council.
Suffolk residents urged to #ShakeItOut and keep recycling clean, dry and loose
A campaign encouraging people in Suffolk to shake out their plastic bags and not to put them in their recycling bins is underway.
Energy bill support: Councils urge households to check before deadline
Tenants could be eligible for hundreds of pounds in Government grants to help cover their energy costs – but must check before the 31 May deadline.
Thousands raised by Mid Suffolk Chairman for children’s charity
Mid Suffolk District Council Chairman, Cllr James Caston presented a cheque of £4,400 to Stowmarket ASD Saturday Clubs.
Twelve thousand pounds raised to support The Blossom Appeal
Babergh Chairman Cllr Kathryn Grandon presented a cheque for more than £12,000 to her chosen charity the Ipswich Blossom Appeal.