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Councils introduce new project to improve wellbeing of young people

21 September 2023

Babergh & Mid Suffolk District Councils have introduced a new scheme to improve the wellbeing of young people in schools and connect them with their communities.

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Blueprint for districts’ development 'sound'

20 September 2023

Planning Inspectors have delivered their verdict on Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Council’s Joint Local Plan – the blueprint for the districts’ future development until 2037, providing clarity for communities and developers.

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Councils join forces with Jobcentre Plus

15 September 2023

Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have launched a new partnership with Jobcentre Plus to bolster the local economy with a series of recruitment fairs.

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Works start on new loos at Gaol Lane in Sudbury

12 September 2023

Works to modernise ageing public toilets at Gaol Lane in Sudbury get underway this week.

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£50,000 awarded to help improve mental wellbeing

7 September 2023

Mid Suffolk District Council has responded to a county-wide survey which identified Stowmarket and surrounding areas as an ‘emotional and physical needs hotspot’ by awarding £50,000 to local projects supporting residents’ wellbeing.

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Pets as prizes banned in Babergh and Mid Suffolk

6 September 2023

The giving of live animals as prizes will be banned on land owned by Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils.

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Developers provide cash boost for community projects

6 September 2023

More than £705,000 collected from developers in Babergh and Mid Suffolk is set to be injected back into communities – funding projects including play areas, cycle paths and village hall improvements.

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Temporary change to political leadership of Babergh District Council

5 September 2023

Babergh District Council announced today that its leader Cllr David Busby has been forced to take a break from council business due to health issues, with Cllr John Ward acting up temporarily into the leader’s role.

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