A family litter picking scheme run by Sudbury Town Council’s community wardens, supported by Babergh District Council, is set to ensure Sudbury remains one of Suffolk’s cleanest towns.
Those looking to enjoy a drink with their friends this weekend are being urged to remember Coronavirus is still a very real threat to everyone’s health.
The summer holidays are now in full swing, and visitors to Needham Lake can enjoy a day out complete with an ice cream from the new converted trailer being run by the team from Cabbages and Kings.
Almost 4000 businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk have benefited from COVID-19 business grants since March but there is still over £1m worth of funding available to claim before the scheme closes.
Environmentally-friendly initiatives across Babergh and Mid Suffolk, including electricity micro-generation and solar storage carports, have received up to £800,000 of government matched funding.
The long-awaited redevelopment of a former care home in Eye took a major step forward this week with planning permission granted for 16 ‘affordable homes’ to be built on the site.
Don’t lose your voice - residents are urged to look out for their annual canvass letters from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils.
Mid Suffolk District Council’s multi-million-pound investment in Needham Market gets underway this month – with new homes, community facilities and a boost for the local economy set to help the town’s post-COVID recovery.
Babergh District Council has unveiled its proposals for hotel and restaurant at the former swimming pool site – designed to boost Sudbury’s economy while also preserving neighbouring Belle Vue Park.
Findings of a recent study into ways to revitalise Sudbury include the planned relocation of the Hamilton Road bus station to an on-street facility and the redesign of Market Hill in order to attract more visitors into the town centre.