The winners of the Stars of Babergh and Mid Suffolk awards have been announced following a night of glamour and celebrations last night.
Babergh District Council has announced its Shotley Customer Service pop-up is to remain following a successful pilot.
Families in Mid Suffolk welcoming a new arrival, whether a new born or by adoption, are being offered the opportunity to plant a tree to celebrate their new child.
Babergh has announced its second pop-up Customer Access Point will be coming to Hadleigh, following the success of the Shotley initiative this year.
Babergh’s Emergency Planning Team are planning an exercise on Tuesday 16 October to test the council’s response to a marine pollution incident.
Councillors from Babergh and Mid Suffolk have been recognised in the national Cllr Achievement Awards, with two councillors shortlisted.
Ipswich Magistrates Court have fined a hospitality company over £2,600 after they obtained guilty pleas to six food safety offences.
• Orchestras Live and City of London Sinfonia return to the United Reformed Church, Stowmarket
Nominations are now open for the position of County Councillor for the Bosmere Division, with one Councillor to be elected. Nominations Close on 28 September 2018. If the position is contested an election will be held on Thursday 25 October 2018. Find full details in the Notice of Election.
Nominations for the Stars of Babergh and Mid Suffolk awards remain open until 28 September despite strong entries.