Council news

Suffolk Adoption Service is ‘Outstanding’

Published 12 April 2012

Adoption in Suffolk has been rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Celebration week for Advocacy Services in Suffolk

Published 16 April 2012

All this week activities are taking place across Suffolk to mark Advocacy Celebration Week.

Young library goers celebrate Children’s University success

Published 31 January 2012

A celebration was held yesterday at Gainsborough Community Library for a group of keen young library goers in recognition of their achievements.

Young people get career boost from local employers

Published 13 March 2012

An influential group of Suffolk employers pledged their support to give the county’s young people the best possible start to their careers.

Young swimming novices are encouraged to dive right into the Great East Swim

Published 15 February 2012

For just £25 young swimmers in Suffolk have the chance to train for and enter one of the biggest sporting events to come to Suffolk: the Great East Swim

£26m to be saved and council tax frozen

Published 26 January 2012

Leading county councillors in Suffolk are to consider proposals which would see £26m saved from the county council’s annual budget.

£500 grants available to fund Olympic celebrations in Suffolk

Published 8 December 2011

Suffolk County Council has launched a small grants programme to enable people to organise events to celebrate London 2012

£7.5 million investment for Lowestoft High School is one step closer

Published 31 January 2012

A £7.5 million investment into the new Pakefield High School is one step closer today

Suffolk firefighters breathe easy with new safety equipment

Published 2 April 2012

Firefighters across the county are better prepared than ever to protect Suffolk people thanks to the launch of brand new breathing kit.

Public sector leaders working together for Suffolk

Published 2 April 2012

Suffolk's public sector leaders have met to find solutions to some of the big issues facing the county – including rail services, crime and the drought.