Over a hundred people attended Council workshops to discuss the future of Hadleigh and Needham Market to help build and support the councils’ Vision for Prosperity initiatives. An interactive workshop is planned for residents in Eye to have their say next Thursday 11 July at Eye Town Hall.
The majority of Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils’ residents will be given a new bin collection day next month as part of plans to future-proof waste and recycling services in the districts.
Sudbury’s new skatepark and multi-use games area were officially opened in Belle Vue Park over the weekend following £150,000 of investment from Babergh District Council.
To mark Suffolk Day, applications are now open for Councillors’ Locality Awards in Mid Suffolk, inviting community groups, charities and organisations to apply for funding for 2019.
The Sporting Memories Foundation has been awarded £93k from the National Lottery to tackle rural isolation and loneliness in Suffolk.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are to make their council meetings, which include major decisions such as budgets and major planning applications, accessible to everyone as online livestreaming begins.
Councillors at two Suffolk councils are to be asked next week to approve a draft joint Local Plan document for public consultation.
Parkinson’s reward for her efforts that brought the finish crowds in Stowmarket to life on a rain soaked stage was the first Wahooligan Combativity Award of the week.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are now starting the second stage of their Vision Programme, building on the “Vision for Prosperity” (VFP) for Sudbury and Vision Action plan for Stowmarket launched last year.
Babergh’s newly elected Chairman has named Hadleigh Dementia Action Alliance as her Charity for 2019-20.