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October half-term fun to keep the kids active

20 October 2022

Dozens of council-funded activities are taking place across Babergh and Mid Suffolk this half term, perfect for keeping children and families, happy, healthy and active.

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Stage is set for expansion at the John Peel Centre

17 October 2022

Iconic venue, the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts, is set to welcome more visitors, events, and experiences, as they expand into neighbouring 11 Market Place.

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Bird flu outbreak

17 October 2022

Information on where the recent bird flu outbreak in the East of England, is affecting our districts.

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How council scheme helped Harleston’s wildflower Jubilee Meadow bloom

11 October 2022

Harleston’s wildflower Jubilee meadow showcases a colourful example of how two Suffolk councils are helping to tackle biodiversity and climate change.

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Raising awareness of chosen charity

10 October 2022

Mid Suffolk's Chairman, Cllr James Caston, hosted a fund-raising wine tour and tasting experience at Burnt House Vineyard in Little Finborough on Friday (30 September) raising funds for the Stowmarket ASD Saturday Clubs, which support families looking after children and young people with autism.

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Babergh Chairman tours new Breast Care Centre

10 October 2022

Babergh Chairman Cllr Kathryn Grandon recently took a tour around the new Breast Care Centre being built at Ipswich Hospital, with Sandra Gosney - community fundraising manager and Emily Marsh - senior project manager.

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Anyone can become homeless

7 October 2022

In recognition of World Homelessness Day, Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are encouraging residents to challenge their view as to the type of people that can become homeless or what homelessness looks like.

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New Innovate to Elevate programme launches for businesses

6 October 2022

Businesses in Babergh & Mid Suffolk are set to receive an innovation boost as a new 12-month partnership between the University of Essex and the District Councils launches in the region.

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