Milestone reached as planning application for Stowmarket sport, health & wellbeing, education, and leisure facilities submitted
A full planning application for new Stowmarket sport, health & wellbeing, education, and leisure facilities has been submitted to Mid Suffolk District Council.
Residents encouraged to explore their local area this English Tourism Week
This week attractions around the country will be celebrating English Tourism Week – which highlights the importance, value and vast contribution of the tourism sector to the UK economy.
25 BY 25: Suffolk's challenge to businesses to tackle the climate emergency
The launch of the ’25 by 25’ campaign sees Suffolk businesses urged to pledge a 25% reduction in their carbon emissions by 2025.
Schoolchildren and those living with dementia share memories at Stowmarket care home
A project building empathy and understanding about dementia has come to a Stowmarket care home, with a local school visiting to hear about residents’ lives and experiences.
Future of Belle Vue House in Sudbury is secured
The future of Belle Vue House in Sudbury looks secure following a decision by Babergh District Council’s cabinet to agree a sale.
Former school transformed into much needed homes
Marking the final stage of the transformation of the former Needham Market Middle School, Cllr Lavinia Hadingham cabinet member for housing was on hand to receive the keys to 41 new affordable homes.
Suffolk backs national campaign to tackle food waste
Suffolk Waste Partnership (SWP), which includes Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils, is backing a national campaign highlighting the problem of food waste and encouraging people to do something about it.
£100,000 3G pitch grant for local club in latest round of CIL funding
More than £500,000 collected from developers in Mid Suffolk and Babergh is going back to the communities in our districts after councillors approved the latest round of Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) bids.
Plans for Skills and Innovation Centre at Gateway 14 unveiled
Local businesses, students and workers could all benefit from modern, collaborative working and learning spaces at Gateway 14, following the approval of an initial business case by Mid Suffolk District Council’s Cabinet.
Bin lorry naming competition winners get behind the wheel of Ed Sheerbin
Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s bin lorry naming competition winners have enjoyed the chance to get behind the wheel of Ed Sheerbin and Binnie the Pooh.