Council news

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service welcomes applications for new firefighters

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service welcomes applications for new firefighters

Published 2 December 2019

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service is looking for new wholetime firefighters as it opens its doors to all members of the community from 2 December 2019.

Schoolchildren’s mission to create 1,000 endangered animals from waste

Schoolchildren’s mission to create 1,000 endangered animals from waste

Published 29 November 2019

From turtles to snow leopards, Suffolk schoolchildren have created 1,000 endangered animals from recycled material.

Award winning Leading Lives celebrates continued success

Award winning Leading Lives celebrates continued success

Published 26 November 2019

Suffolk’s Leading Lives has just picked up a national award for Public Service Mutual of the Year at the UK Employee Ownership Awards.

Wear your White Ribbon with pride to stamp out domestic abuse

Wear your White Ribbon with pride to stamp out domestic abuse

Published 25 November 2019

The annual White Ribbon Campaign to stop domestic violence launches today (November 25) and runs until December 10.

Pupils at a Suffolk primary school have won a regional award for their efforts walking and cycling to school

Pupils at a Suffolk primary school have won a regional award for their efforts walking and cycling to school

Published 20 November 2019

Exning Primary School have been awarded the Regional Modeshift STARS Award for Suffolk for increasing sustainable and active travel.

Hundreds of local businesses realise benefits of reducing carbon emissions – and you can join them

Published 7 November 2019

Suffolk businesses are invited to attend an event celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Suffolk Carbon Charter.

Wellbeing Support for Suffolk Veterans

Wellbeing Support for Suffolk Veterans

Published 6 November 2019

As we lead into the Remembrance period, the Suffolk Armed Forces Community Wellbeing Group is raising awareness of veterans’ wellbeing.

School travel policy implementation review outlined

Published 4 November 2019

The group looking into the implementation of the new school travel policy have today outlined the scope of their review.

Director of mobility chair business who misled vulnerable customers found guilty

Published 31 October 2019

A Suffolk business and its director failed to fulfil orders and refused to refund customers.

Opinion: Pumpkin waste is the biggest scare of all this Halloween!

Opinion: Pumpkin waste is the biggest scare of all this Halloween!

Published 29 October 2019

By Councillor Paul West.