Viewing entries posted in May 2022
Young people in Sudbury and the surrounding areas are being invited to find out more about a career in marketing through Babergh District Council’s Careeriosity programme.
Den-building, archery, outdoor cooking, filmmaking, sport, art, and science are among a boredom-busting programme of activities this half-term, thanks to Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils and partners.
Cllr Adrian Osborne handed over a cheque for more than £3,000 to the Sudbury-based Kernos Centre, this week, thanks to his fundraising efforts during his 2021/22 term of office as Chairman of Babergh District Council.
Former Chairman Cllr Paul Ekpenyong presented a cheque of £1,565 to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) as his chosen charity during his term as chairman of Mid Suffolk District Council.
Cllr James Caston was elected Chairman of Mid Suffolk District Council at its Full Council meeting on Thursday 26 May and succeeds former Chairman Cllr Paul Ekpenyong.
Cabinet members at Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are to consider a five-point action plan during meetings next month, to support residents and staff through the cost-of-living crisis.
On 6 June, The Women's Tour will race through Babergh and Mid Suffolk after setting off from Colchester, heading towards the finish on Angel Hill in Bury St Edmunds.
Cllr Kathryn Grandon was elected as the 2022/23 Chairman of Babergh District Council at the Annual Council meeting on Wednesday 25 May and succeeds former Chairman Cllr Adrian Osborne.
Stowmarket could soon benefit from a new leisure and wellbeing hub if funding is agreed by Mid Suffolk District Council next month.
Ambitious business owners who are looking to grow and expand can benefit from support from Babergh District Council as their Innovate Local scheme in Hadleigh Market is extended.