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20 Feb 2017

Bury St Edmunds needs you

Are you a Bury St Edmunds resident, town centre worker, shopper or visitor? If so then for the next eight weeks, we need you.

27 Mar 2017

Tasty treats from across the globe as market event returns

Shoppers in Haverhill will be able to tuck into tasty treats from across the globe as a popular market event makes its return next week.

27 Mar 2017

Join in with the debate about Bury St Edmunds town centre

If you still haven’t had your say on the issues facing Bury St Edmunds Town Centre, what are you waiting for?

22 Mar 2017

Understand your polling card

120,000 polling cards are being sent out in west Suffolk today, and authorities are asking voters to make sure they understand the information given to help them cast their vote on 4 May in the Suffolk County Council elections.

22 Mar 2017

Garden Waste Collection Service - time to sign up

West Suffolk residents are being reminded that the second year of the Garden Waste Collection Service starts in April and to sign up before the end of March to receive the maximum number of bin collections.

20 Mar 2017

Planning application for new community centre

A first planning application for a new community centre for residents on the Howard Estate in Bury St Edmunds will be submitted soon.

20 Mar 2017

Should market be reinstated in town?

Should Clare have a regular market? That is one of the questions that will be asked of residents and businesses at a drop in event in the town next week...

16 Mar 2017

Councils submit planning application for West Suffolk Operational Hub

A planning application for a West Suffolk Operational Hub has now been submitted by the three councils responsible for the collection and management of waste in the area. The application will be available online within the next few days...

15 Mar 2017

RAF Honington springs into action to support the Great British Spring Clean

RAF Honington Service Personnel and Civil Servants joined St Edmundsbury Council in the Great British Spring Clean on Fri 4 March 17. The campaign has one ambition – to bring together people from across the country to clear up the litter that blights our towns, villages, countryside and coastline!

14 Mar 2017

Proposals for parish changes to be tested by consultation

Should Exning war cemetery be in Exning Parish, should two housing developments nearby to Kentford be recognised as part of the village and should West Row get its own parish council?