West Suffolk Council and Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are among the first of 40 council areas to receive cash from chewing gum manufacturers to help remove the mess left when gum is spat onto the street.
Don’t lose your vote – residents across the districts urged to check their voter registration details
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have started the Annual Canvass of Electors and are asking residents to check the electoral registration details for everyone eligible to vote at their address.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s popular Tree for Life scheme, which offers a free tree for new parents, is open once again for 2022 applications.
Business owners in Babergh and Mid Suffolk can take advantage of free workshops to help boost their confidence online by accessing the Councils’ Digital Skills Programme.
Residents, community groups and sports clubs are being invited to have their say on the development of plans for new leisure, health and wellbeing facilities in Stowmarket.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk leaders have joined colleagues from across the county to agree steps to continue to attract filmmakers to the region – putting Suffolk on the big screen and bringing in millions to the local economy.
Two Suffolk councils have now begun trialling wildflower verges across their districts, as part of efforts to tackle biodiversity and climate change.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk community groups can now bid for a share of £450,000 to improve their neighbourhoods, thanks to the two new Community Development Grants.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk are among the first district councils in Suffolk to take the next step towards a sustainable travel solution, aiming to increase active travel and help tackle climate change.