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12 Dec 2018

Social Prescribing initiative gets £663,000 boost

An innovative way to support the NHS in dealing with patients’ social needs whilst improving individuals’ wellbeing has been given a £663,000 boost.

12 Dec 2018

Contractor appointed for landmark town centre development

A Suffolk builder has been appointed to work on the next stage of a £6.72million landmark development in the heart of Bury St Edmunds town centre.

12 Dec 2018

Our role in addressing the housing challenge in West Suffolk

The challenge of how West Suffolk councils can better support the delivery of homes that are affordable, decent, adaptable and meet community needs, will come before councillors next week.

11 Dec 2018

Views sought on changes to Hackney Cab fares

Residents in Forest Heath and St Edmundsbury have an opportunity to comment on changes to the Hackney Cab fare card.

10 Dec 2018

Where you can donate items to help homeless people this winter

As a result of investing in all-year-round temporary accommodation and support staff, West Suffolk councils will not need to open a winter night shelter.

06 Dec 2018

Reducing rough sleeping and preventing homelessness

A rough sleeper support team set up in September is seeing results as it works to help people off the streets and into accommodation.

05 Dec 2018

The Abbey of St Edmund Past, Present and Future

With the countdown on to 1000 years since the foundation of The Abbey of St Edmund in 2020, residents have the chance to discover more about its past, present and future.

04 Dec 2018

Free after 3pm parking in Haverhill

Good news for shoppers coming by car to Haverhill who can park for free after 3pm on the ten days leading up to Christmas in car parks run by St Edmundsbury Borough Council.

03 Dec 2018

Christmas market in Clare

Suffolk’s smallest town is preparing for a big weekend of festive fun with its Christmas Market.

29 Nov 2018

Cabinet backs £400,000 community investment cash boost

A major investment of more than £400,000 in community led projects to benefit residents in West Suffolk has been backed by Cabinet members.