SuffolkNews Podcast: Newmarket woman left with burns after beauty treatment and Haverhill recycling centre to be relocated
In today's podcast we hear of a Newmarket woman who has issued a warning to others after being hospitalised for three weeks with third degree burns as a result of a beauty treatment.
Lisa Davy said people should have proper patch tests to avoid a potentially life-threatening reaction like she had in 2018.
She took legal action against the beauty salon and received a settlement but it took almost three years.
Management at a Reynard GP surgery in Red Lodage are working hard to make changes after receiving a ‘requires improvement’ rating from the Care Quality Commission.
The Chalkstone Way recycling centre will be relocating to Homefield Road in Haverhill after plans were announced by Suffolk County Council and FCC Environment.
And a six-figure pilot project to provide more support for young people in rural parts of East Suffolk has been given the go ahead.
The two-year Rural Youth Support Project aims to address disparities in access to services and help for people aged 10-24 who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.