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  1. Devolution consultation draws to conclusion

    By Suffolk County Council on August 22nd, 2016

    Devolution consultation draws to conclusion

    Over the last seven weeks people across Norfolk and Suffolk have been offering their views and feedback on a proposed devolution deal and associated governance arrangements for the two counties. And fear not, it’s not too late to offer your view …

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  2. Suffolk County Council welcomes Abdul Razaq as its new Director of Public Health and Protection

    By Suffolk County Council on August 15th, 2016

    Earlier this morning Suffolk County Council welcomed Abdul Razaq as its new Director of Public Health and Protection. Abdul brings with him a wealth of experience as a public health specialist and director, having worked for a number of …

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  3. Suffolk's 'Most Active Small Village 2015' has added a boules piste to the facilities available for the villagers.

    By Mendham on August 12th, 2016

    Suffolk's 'Most Active Small Village 2015' has added a boules piste to the facilities available for the villagers.

    The facility was officially opened on Sunday 24th July by the Parish Council chairman Mr Denis Pye and Suffolk Sport's Ben Jackson. The facility was financed by monies received from winning Mid Suffolk Village of the Year 2014, 2nd place in …

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  4. A new look for Newmarket Library

    By Suffolk Libraries on August 8th, 2016

    Newmarket Library will be getting a makeover this autumn with an extensive refurbishment planned for September.  The refurbishment work is being funded by developer contribution money and fundraising by the Friends of Newmarket library and …

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  5. Suffolk Libraries seeks eLibrary feedback

    By Suffolk Libraries on July 12th, 2016

    Suffolk Libraries is asking customers for their views on its eBook and eAudio book services. Suffolk Libraries lends over 60,000 eBooks every year and is asking people to fill in an online survey on its two current eBook services (Overdrive and …

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  6. Broomhill and Great Cornard libraries to change opening hours

    By Suffolk Libraries on July 11th, 2016

    Two of the county’s libraries are changing their opening hours next month after consultation with local people. Broomhill Library in Ipswich will be changing and increasing its hours from 18 July. The change has been supported by the Friends of …

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  7. Devolution consultation starts today

    By Suffolk County Council on July 8th, 2016

    Devolution consultation starts today

    From today, people across Norfolk and Suffolk are being asked for their views on a proposed devolution deal and associated governance arrangements for the two counties. Devolution is about transferring certain decision-making powers and funding …

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  8. Seeing more of Suffolk on screen – promoting our landmarks and landscapes to the film industry

    By Suffolk County Council on July 6th, 2016

    Seeing more of Suffolk on screen – promoting our landmarks and landscapes to the film industry

    Suffolk County Council is currently managing a tender process ‘Building Suffolk’s Screen Industries’ on behalf of all Suffolk’s local authorities. The aim is to find a film industry expert to help establish Suffolk as the go-to place to …

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  9. Scams Awareness Month – July 2016

    By Police Connect Team on July 6th, 2016

    July is Scams Awareness Month; this national campaign from Trading Standards and Citizens Advice aims to spread awareness of scams and how people can go about reporting them. Scams Awareness Month commenced on Monday 4 July and the theme for the …

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  10. Improved East Anglia devolution settlement to be debated by councils

    By Suffolk County Council on July 5th, 2016

    Improved East Anglia devolution settlement to be debated by councils

    Proposed devolution deals for East Anglia published today would deliver £300m over five years for housing and £45m a year (for 30 years) to increase jobs, provide better infrastructure and drive growth in local businesses and the …

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