News

  1. Award winners announced for Suffolk’s ‘Green Oscars’

    By Suffolk County Council on April 1st, 2016

    The county’s most dedicated and innovative businesses and community groups were presented with ‘Creating the Greenest County’ awards yesterday. At a ceremony held at Snape Maltings, projects, organisations and individuals battled for 12 …

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  2. West Suffolk libraries team up for giant map project

    By Suffolk Libraries on April 1st, 2016

    Several libraries in the west of the county have teamed up to launch a project to turn April into MAPril! Staff from Clare, Glemsford, Great Cornard , Kedington and Sudbury libraries who run Sunday craft sessions for children have come up with an …

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  3. New healthy lifestyle service OneLife Suffolk comes to the county

    By Suffolk County Council on April 1st, 2016

    New healthy lifestyle service OneLife Suffolk comes to the county

    Starting today, new arrangements for an integrated healthy lifestyle service will begin in the county. The new providers, collectively known as OneLife Suffolk, will deliver services previously provided by Live Well Suffolk and East Coast …

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  4. Mildenhall Cycling Club

    By Mark Burchett on April 1st, 2016

    Mildenhall Cycling Club

    Mildenhall Cycling Club has announced that their much-acclaimed Mildenhall Cycling Rally will undergo a major change this year. Due to circumstances beyond their control, they have not been able to secure a suitable venue in time for this year's …

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  5. Beccles Library to increase opening hours and launch new Reading Hack project

    By Suffolk Libraries on April 1st, 2016

    Beccles Library will be increasing its opening hours next month thanks to additional funding from the Beccles Library Community Trust. The library will be opening an additional four hours every Wednesday. It is currently open from 9.30am to 1pm …

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  6. Adoption of revised Suffolk Flood Risk Management Strategy – protecting vulnerable communities

    By Suffolk County Council on March 24th, 2016

    Important revisions to the Suffolk Flood Risk Management Strategy were approved by Suffolk County Council’s Cabinet earlier this week to embed the latest legislative measures for some of the county’s most vulnerable communities. Key changes …

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  7. Countdown to new policing model – Do you know who to call?

    By Police Connect Team on March 23rd, 2016

    Countdown to new policing model – Do you know who to call?

    The new county policing model in Suffolk goes live on Monday 4th April. Teams and resources have been re-designed following the Suffolk Local Policing Review, to ensure that policing in Suffolk is able to respond to current demand. Analysis of …

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  8. New road safety measures in place for the county’s towns and villages

    By Suffolk County Council on March 22nd, 2016

    Twenty new temporary vehicle activated signs have been purchased by the Suffolk Roadsafe Board to help reduce anxiety around speeding, especially in locations where there are vulnerable road users. The Suffolk Roadsafe Board, which compromises of …

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  9. Suffolk to Invest in the “Screen Industries”

    By Suffolk County Council on March 20th, 2016

    Suffolk Public Sector Leaders have agreed to invest up to £230k of the Business Rates Pool, into establishing a Suffolk Film office initiative.   The UK film and television industry is a success story with a strong reputation for creativity, …

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  10. Suffolk retail chain caught repeatedly selling alcohol to minors fined £10,000

    By Suffolk County Council on March 17th, 2016

    A local business, with a history of selling alcohol to underage people was fined yesterday at Ipswich Magistrates Court, after two of their stores were caught three times on two occasions in a 12 month period. Representatives of Martin McColl …

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