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Artist commissioned for new pool

4 November 2019

Suffolk-based artist Jo Chapman has been commissioned to work with community groups in Hadleigh to design a sunshade for the new pool.

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New study promises exciting future for Sudbury

1 November 2019

A new study is set to propose a range of options to breathe new life into Sudbury town centre – boosting the local economy and positioning Market Hill as the cultural heart of the community.

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Tree for Life for new arrivals

1 November 2019

A new Tree for Life scheme means families across Babergh can join those in Mid Suffolk in claiming a free tree to mark the arrival of a child, enhancing biodiversity in the districts.

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Haughley and Thurston become newest communities to adopt Neighbourhood Plans

25 October 2019

Two communities have seen their Neighbourhood Development Plans adopted as part of Mid Suffolk’s Development Plan, making them the fifth and sixth areas in the district to complete their Neighbourhood Plans.

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From floor-less to flawless - Battisford Village Hall celebrates £32K renovation

15 October 2019

A village hall at the heart of its rural community is celebrating after a £32,000 renovation – with help from Mid Suffolk District Council

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Keeping the flag flying

14 October 2019

Babergh District Councillors donated a flagpole to the Hadleigh Sea Scouts to keep the flag flying in Hadleigh.

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Councillors given more time to consider name change

14 October 2019

Babergh District councillors are being given more time to consider a proposal to change the name of the council.

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Cross Street in Sudbury is set to get a breath of fresh air

14 October 2019

Suffolk County Council working in partnership with Babergh District Council is proposing to remove six short stay parking bays on Cross Street in Sudbury with the aim of improving air quality in the area for both residents and pedestrians.

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More free swimming for youngsters

14 October 2019

Two Suffolk councils are to extend their free swims offer during the October half term and Christmas holidays, following successful summer take up.

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Fly-tippers billed more than £3,000

8 October 2019

Two men found guilty of fly-tipping waste in Babergh and Mid Suffolk in separate cases at Ipswich Magistrates Court are to pay a total of more than £3,000.

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