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Suffolk Skills Show Experience - Trinity Park, Ipswich - 18th October 2017

The latest Suffolk Skills Show Experience takes place at Trinity Park on  Wednesday, 18th October.  Last years event showcased a wide range of employers and education providers, offering a unique opportunity for young people to ask questions, take part in hands-on activities and get advice on careers, apprenticeships and real job opportunities.

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Register for Sizewell C Supply Chain Opportunities 

As part of the proposal to build Sizewell C Nuclear Power Station, EDF Energy has partnered with Suffolk and Norfolk Chambers of Commerce to identify and support local businesses who want to become part of the supply chain. Interested parties can register via the Supply Chain Portal web page which forms the central resource for all Suffolk and Norfolk businesses who wish to make the most of the opportunities arising out of this development.

See also the  Essential Guide for the Nuclear New Build Supply Chain 


Sudbury Town Centre

Set up in June 2012, initially as a pilot scheme to help bring co-ordination, leadership and greater consensus to the many opportunities that will contribute to the growth development and sustainability of Sudbury, the Sudbury Steering Group is now recognised as a key part of local decision making process.

Work to re-develop the Hamilton Road and Bus Station site is also on-going. 

Babergh lies within the Haven Gateway sub-region. Much of the future economic growth in the district is expected to come as a result of the £240m expansion of the Port of Felixstowe. Our excellent links to the Midlands and the Continent via the A14 and A12 make the district an ideal base for logistic and other port related businesses. 

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The Better Broadband for Suffolk website - a pioneering project that seeks to bring better broadband to all of Suffolk, and to ensure that the benefits are maximised by businesses, households and service delivery organisations alike.