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Ipswich Register Office Moves to Endeavour House

Published 28 September 2022

The Ipswich Register Office will be moving to new state of the art facilities at Endeavour House, from October.

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month – now is the time to learn more about dementia and what support is available

Published 27 September 2022

World Alzheimer’s Day was held last week, on 21 September, as part of World Alzheimer’s Month.

Great Big Green Week in Suffolk: Creating the Greenest County

Published 26 September 2022

Great Big Green Week is the UK’s biggest celebration of community action to tackle climate change and protect nature, and Suffolk is playing its part.

A tremendously sad day that I was honoured to be able to witness

Published 22 September 2022

Column by Councillor Matthew Hicks, Leader of Suffolk County Council.

Window now open to apply for primary and secondary school places

Published 12 September 2022

Parents and carers can now apply for primary and secondary school places for September 2023.

Suffolk citizens invited to historic moment as new Sovereign proclaimed across the county

Published 9 September 2022

The reign of His Majesty King Charles III will be proclaimed across Suffolk on Sunday 11 September - and the county’s citizens are encouraged to attend.

Digital care is relieving the strain on social care and the NHS

Published 7 September 2022

Column by Councillor Beccy Hopfensperger, Cabinet Member of Adult Care

Sale of substandard safety equipment stopped in Suffolk

Published 7 September 2022

Over 350 items of motorcycle protective clothing were removed from sale at Copdock Bike Show after Trading Standards deemed the products potentially dangerous.

Households urged to get Food Savvy to save money and avoid waste

Published 7 September 2022

As the cost of living continues to bite a new campaign has been launched in Suffolk to help families reduce food waste and save money.