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Suffolk’s resilience partners urge people to queue responsibly outside bars and pubs

7 August 2020

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.

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Great days out at Needham Lake

7 August 2020

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.

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Over £1m of COVID-19 funding still available to businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk

5 August 2020

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.

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Babergh and Mid Suffolk receive Government funding to install solar carports

4 August 2020

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.

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Council homes for Eye get go-ahead

4 August 2020

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.

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Annual canvass 2020

20 July 2020

Don’t lose your voice - residents are urged to look out for their annual canvass letters from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils.

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Vision for Needham Market starts to take shape

17 July 2020

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.

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