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Viewing entries posted in January 2018

Landlords Needed to take in Single Lodgers who are Struggling to Find Affordable Accommodation

31 January 2018

Single people who are struggling to find affordable accommodation are being matched up with householders with a spare bedroom in a pioneering scheme.

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£400,000 Community Housing Fund Open for Applicants

29 January 2018

Communities in Babergh and Mid Suffolk are now able to apply for a share of £415,000 funding to develop Community Led Housing.

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Police Dogs in Training in Needham Market

24 January 2018

The former Mid Suffolk District Council offices in Needham Market have temporary occupants: Suffolk Police dogs in training.

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Free Community Funding Fair Coming to Stowmarket

22 January 2018

Babergh and Mid Suffolk are hosting a free Funding and Volunteering Fair this February for community groups looking to attract more funding and volunteers across the districts.

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Leisure Centre has been Crowned 'Excellent'

15 January 2018

Mid Suffolk Leisure Centre, which is operated by Everyone Active in partnership with Mid Suffolk District Council, is celebrating after being named as an excellent facility by an external assessor.

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Three Weeks Left to Have Your Say on Whether to Create a New Council

15 January 2018

Babergh and Mid Suffolk residents have three weeks left to submit their comments on draft proposals to create a new council in the heart of Suffolk.

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First New Council Houses Open to Applicants

8 January 2018

Some of the first council houses to be built in Babergh for more than 30 years are being advertised online  to potential new residents, who must have a link to the local area.

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Babergh Elects New Leader

4 January 2018

Cllr John Ward has been elected Leader of Babergh District Council at a meeting of Babergh’s Full Council.

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