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15 Jul 2019

Fair to boost skills and reduce social isolation

Residents young and old from across West Suffolk are invited to two events being held next month designed to boost skills and reduce social isolation.

15 Jul 2019

Mental health in young people highlighted by Big Scream

Young people’s mental health will be the focus of an arts event taking place on Bury St Edmunds market this Saturday (20 July).

12 Jul 2019

College hosts Big Bang Fair for over 1000 school pupils

West Suffolk College hosted their Big Bang Fair on Thursday – the very first of its kind in Suffolk with over 1000 primary and secondary school pupils from over 30 different schools attending from across the region.

12 Jul 2019

New play area to open next month in Mildenhall

Children in Mildenhall will soon be able to enjoy a new play area following a £60,000 investment by West Suffolk Council.

10 Jul 2019

West Suffolk Council Community Chest opens for applications

Community groups, charities and voluntary organisations in West Suffolk can now apply for Community Chest funding for 2020/21.

08 Jul 2019

Come dine with the Bury St Edmunds Market Traders

Following its success last summer, Bury St Edmunds market traders are inviting you to come dine with a difference at its Friday Food Fest next Friday (19 July).

08 Jul 2019

Celebrate the work of the local community at Haverhill market

Clubs, charities, and community organisations will be showcasing their work at a Community Day on Haverhill market this Saturday.

28 Jun 2019

Crucial Crew 2019

Around 1450 school children will be learning vital life-lessons at Crucial Crew 2019 which starts from Monday, organised by West Suffolk Council.

25 Jun 2019

Community celebrations for Armed Forces Day at pop-up museum

One hundred years of women serving in the Armed Forces will be celebrated in Bury St Edmunds town centre at the end of the month.

20 Jun 2019

Parents encouraged not to pollute their children’s lungs

Parents and grandparents are being asked to switch off their engines while they wait outside schools to prevent them from harming their children’s health.