Council news

First meeting of Ipswich Transport Task Force postponed due to Coronavirus

Published 1 April 2020

The first planned meeting of the Ipswich Transport Task Force will be postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

“Let’s Keep Moving Suffolk” - New resources available to support people keeping active during Covid-19 pandemic

Published 1 April 2020

A online resource to support everyone in Suffolk to get active from the safety of their homes and gardens has been launched.

Supporting the Care sector during the Coronavirus

Published 31 March 2020

Coronavirus is having an impact on all our lives and every one of us can play an important role in looking after each other.

Schools to remain open for vulnerable children and children of key workers over the Easter period

Published 31 March 2020

We are supporting schools to stay open during the Easter holiday for vulnerable children and those whose parents are key workers.

County Council staff and partner volunteers rally to support vulnerable residents over the weekend

Published 30 March 2020

Staff from Suffolk County Council gave up their free time to volunteer in efforts to support particularly vulnerable residents across the county.

Joint message from Suffolk Public Sector Leaders

Published 27 March 2020

“Anyone can spread coronavirus so everyone should stay at home this weekend.”

Reaction to EDF Energy’s decision to delay their Sizewell C application for a development consent order

Published 26 March 2020

This is a joint statement on behalf of Suffolk County Council and East Suffolk Council.

Suffolk Highways COVID-19 statement

Published 26 March 2020

Keeping Suffolk’s highway network safe and moving is our top priority at this most challenging time.

£60,000 for foodbanks

Published 25 March 2020

Food banks across Suffolk are being given a share of £60,000 to keep their supplies well stocked during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Home, but not alone

Home, but not alone

Published 24 March 2020

We are urged to rally together as local COVID-19 app is launched to connect volunteers and people who need help.