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  1. Volunteer Suffolk website gets Police backing

    By Default Admin on May 22nd, 2017

    A new volunteering website in Suffolk has received the seal of approval from the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner. Tim Passmore said the volunteer sector improved the quality of life for many people in the community and said that many would …

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  2. Suffolk Charities at risk without volunteers

    By Default Admin on May 22nd, 2017

    A new survey has revealed that almost half of all charitable organisations in Suffolk have no paid staff and are run solely by volunteers. Research of groups in the county, carried out by Volunteer Suffolk, found that 44% of groups would not exist …

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  3. Ransomware Attack – what to look out for

    By Default Admin on May 22nd, 2017

    You may have seen recent news on Friday 12 May 2017 about the large scale “Ransomware Attack” that affected many computer systems across the world. Firstly, if you are unclear about what ransomware is – essentially it is a type of malicious …

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  4. Celebrate the heroes in your community!

    By Default Admin on May 22nd, 2017

    Nominations are now open for the Community Action Suffolk Awards 2017 (supported by Birketts Solicitors), which recognise the volunteers, communities and young people making an impact on the lives of people in Suffolk. Eight awards will be presented …

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  5. The Athenaeum and Apex Search for Suffolk's Local Unsung Business Heroes

    By Kerry Burn on September 9th, 2016

    Suffolk’s Athenaeum and Apex, part of the Prestige Venues & Events portfolio of unique and unusual venues, is launching the Good Deed of the Year Awards, a search to find Suffolk’s business community heroes. With the search launching …

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  6. Improvement work for Mildenhall Recycling Centre

    By Suffolk County Council on September 8th, 2016

    Work is due to start on Monday 19 September to expand the site of Mildenhall Recycling Centre. The new layout of the site, which is expected to be completed by the end of the year, will improve traffic flow and parking, as well as allowing full …

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  7. Author of Elizabeth Jane Howard’s biography to talk at Bungay Library

    By Suffolk Libraries on September 8th, 2016

    Author and biographer Artemis Cooper will be introducing her new biography of local author Elizabeth Jane Howard at a special event at Bungay Library later this month. The event on the evening of Tuesday 27 September has been organised by the …

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  8. Devolution outcomes to be considered by Norfolk and Suffolk leaders

    By Suffolk County Council on September 6th, 2016

    Devolution outcomes to be considered by Norfolk and Suffolk leaders

    The outcomes of the Norfolk and Suffolk Devolution consultation will be considered by council leaders on Wednesday 7 September, ahead of submission to the Secretary of State. Throughout the consultation period, councils and the New Anglia LEP …

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  9. Suffolk Libraries are celebrating the most successful Summer Reading Challenge ever!

    By Suffolk Libaries on September 6th, 2016

    Over 8,260 children signed up to take part in this year’s reading challenge, which has lived up to the theme of the ‘Big Friendly Read’, proving hugely popular with young children across the county. The Roald Dahl inspired theme, together …

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  10. New-look service ready to launch

    By Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust on August 25th, 2016

    People from across Suffolk will be able to get easier access to help for anxiety, stress and depression along with advice to safeguard their wellbeing when a new-look service launches next month. Wellbeing Suffolk, which is being provided by …

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