A Tree for Life scheme in Babergh and Mid Suffolk which offers a free tree for new parents, is now open for 2020 applications allowing families to apply from home during the coronavirus outbreak.
A new Discretionary Grant is now open for businesses based in shared offices or other flexible workspaces, market traders, bed and breakfasts and small charity properties.
Businesses, towns and spaces in Suffolk are getting extra help to make them safer and reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading as lockdown measures are eased.
Communities have received more than £100,000 in vital funding from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils – helping them to respond to Covid-19 and paving the way for a stronger society.
Suffolk Resilience Forum is urging people to keep doing the right thing this bank holiday weekend, as the county’s #StickWithItSuffolk campaign continues.
Pioneering food saving campaign #FoodSavvy launches a month-long Delicious Drawings competition, this Wednesday 20 May, in collaboration with the East of England Co-op.
Two Suffolk councils joined forces to help a Sudbury resident maintain her independence despite COVID-19, by delivering urgent minor adaptations to her home.
Suffolk people are being asked to continue their great efforts, which are successfully reducing the spread of COVID-19.
The chairs of Babergh District Council and Mid Suffolk District Councils have urged residents in their districts to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day tomorrow (Friday 8 May 2020) safely from home.
VE Day will be commemorated across Suffolk this Friday, just not as previously planned, with the government’s instructions requiring people to stay home and stay safe to slow the spread of coronavirus.