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19 Sep 2018

Have your say on a bright future for local design

What makes Suffolk a special place in which to live, work and be?

19 Sep 2018

West Suffolk Sports Awards - sponsors revealed

Headline sponsor Greene King will be joined by other leading, local companies and organisations who will sponsor individual awards categories at the 2018 West Suffolk Sports Awards on 27th September.

12 Sep 2018

Golden glimpse to the past as hub offers ambitious future

An archaeological dig on the site of what will become the Mildenhall Hub is drawing to a close with an opportunity for residents to see what has been unearthed.

06 Sep 2018

St Edmundsbury in country’s top five increase for walking

Figures released by the Dept of Transport show that St Edmundsbury has had one of the five largest increases in the country of adults walking at least once a week.

03 Sep 2018

New support group to help bereaved parents in West Suffolk

Bereaved parents have set up a new group to support anyone who has been affected by the death of a baby in Bury St Edmunds and West Suffolk.

03 Sep 2018

Community to 'lead the way' for international cleanup

A community is being invited to come together, enjoy a barbecue and then clean up an estate to celebrate World Cleanup Day.

29 Aug 2018

Last week to have your say on civic leadership for new West Suffolk Council

Residents are being urged not to miss their chance to have their say on what civic leadership should look like for the new West Suffolk Council.

13 Aug 2018

Changes to law top the bill for Landlords’ forum

Landlords will be able to get advice about changes to the law around at the West Suffolk Landlords Forum next month.

10 Aug 2018

Disabled people in Suffolk – come and be heard at Disability Focus

Disabled people are being given the opportunity to talk with organisations that are responsible for the services which affect their daily lives.

08 Aug 2018

Community Chest grants for 2019/2020 are now available

Community groups, charities and voluntary organisations in West Suffolk could benefit from over £300,000 of funding that is being made available.