Council news

Places available for “life changing” Great East Swim programme

Published 7 January 2019

Lavinia was one of 77 individuals who signed up and took part in the Great East Swim outreach programme in 2018 and has not looked back since.

Primary school application deadline approaches

Published 7 January 2019

You have until Tuesday 15 January 2019 to make your application to secure your child’s place at a Primary, Infant, Junior or Middle school for September 2019.

Public Health Suffolk launches sugar reduction fund

Public Health Suffolk launches sugar reduction fund

Published 7 January 2019

Public Health Suffolk and Suffolk Community Foundation will offer grant funding to support local projects which encourage a reduction in sugar intake.

Local councils urge people to take part in Sizewell C consultation

Published 4 January 2019

People in east Suffolk are invited to take part in the latest round of consultation about Sizewell C nuclear power station.

Energy project awards its 100th grant to help businesses be more environmentally friendly

Energy project awards its 100th grant to help businesses be more environmentally friendly

Published 2 January 2019

100 Norfolk and Suffolk businesses have now received a grant from The Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) Anglia project.

Consumers failing to protect themselves from online fraud this sales season

Published 20 December 2018

Hunt for a bargain putting shoppers at risk of falling victim to online scams, warns National Trading Standards.

Sport and Physical Activity worth £270m a year to the Suffolk economy

Sport and Physical Activity worth £270m a year to the Suffolk economy

Published 18 December 2018

A new report has revealed the importance of the Sport and Physical Activity sector to the Suffolk economy.

How will proposed changes to the local Citizens Advice (CAB) affect you?

Published 17 December 2018

Consultation to understand the equality impacts there may be as a result of proposed changes to the local Citizens Advice (CAB) grant funding.

Suffolk Highways reaffirms commitment to service improvements following satisfaction survey results

Published 14 December 2018

The politician responsible for highways in Suffolk has pledged to continue efforts to improve the way roads are managed in the county.

Support for new parents struggling with their baby’s crying

Support for new parents struggling with their baby’s crying

Published 13 December 2018

Suffolk County Council’s Public Health team has launched a campaign to help new parents and carers to cope with their baby’s crying.