On Friday 13 October 2017, simultaneous Meetings of both Babergh’s and Mid Suffolk’s Cabinets voted on the options for exploring Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s future relationship. The Cabinets resolved:
Babergh and Mid Suffolk are hosting a free Funding and Volunteering Fair this October for community groups looking to attract more funding and volunteers across the districts.
Simultaneous meetings of Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s Cabinets will consider the future of the relationship between the two districts, including a recommendation to consider dissolving both current councils and replacing them with a new single council.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking people in Mid Suffolk and Babergh districts to comment on its draft proposals for new council ward boundaries.
Tickety Boo in Thurston has been presented with a prestigious award in recognition of the wide variety of healthier food choices it offers to customers.
The future of Hadleigh’s weekly market now looks much brighter after a year of successful new management which has seen a rise in the number of new traders.
Owner of a mobile takeaway food operation Mehmet Cokgezici sought a hearing at Ipswich Magistrates Court on Tuesday 22 August to request the court lift a Prohibition Order which they had imposed in 2016.
A benefits fraudster was released from prison after paying a Suffolk council £23,000.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils today launched a consultation on their new Joint Local Plan, a document that will shape development in both districts for the next two decades.