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Nearly 50 hanging baskets set to brighten up town centre this winter

Nearly 50 hanging baskets set to brighten up town centre this winter

Nearly 50 hanging baskets set to brighten up town centre this winter

26 October 2020

A town centre will be awash with floral colour this winter after nearly 50 hanging baskets were put up.


Group is putting the (green) heart back into estate

Group is putting the (green) heart back into estate

Group is putting the (green) heart back into estate

18 October 2020

A community group which started as a way of creating safe spaces on a estate has won recognition.


Recycled electric vehicle batteries will help power town's new public service hub

Recycled electric vehicle batteries will help power town's new public service hub

Recycled electric vehicle batteries will help power town's new public service hub

08 October 2020

Recycled electric vehicle batteries will be used to help power a town’s new public service hub.


These are the steps you can take to help tackle air pollution on Clean Air Day

These are the steps you can take to help tackle air pollution on Clean Air Day

These are the steps you can take to help tackle air pollution on Clean Air Day

08 October 2020

Local authorities in Suffolk are sharing the steps people can take to tackle air pollution in conjunction with Clean Air Day.


Authority agrees plans to protect shoreline up to 2105

Authority agrees plans to protect shoreline up to 2105

Authority agrees plans to protect shoreline up to 2105

07 October 2020

A long term plan to manage a Suffolk shoreline into the next century has been agreed.


Otis rewarded for his 'outstanding' community work

Otis rewarded for his 'outstanding' community work

Otis rewarded for his 'outstanding' community work

05 October 2020

A community spirited seven-year-old has become the first person to receive a new achievement award.


'Unwanted' pop-up cycle lanes ‘must be stopped’

'Unwanted' pop-up cycle lanes ‘must be stopped’

'Unwanted' pop-up cycle lanes ‘must be stopped’

04 October 2020

A disabled mum has blasted council bosses over plans to create new ‘emergency’ pop-up cycle lanes outside her house.


Junction closure to make way for 'safe cycle and walk path' put on hold after 'furious backlash' from residents

Junction closure to make way for 'safe cycle and walk path' put on hold after 'furious backlash' from residents

Junction closure to make way for 'safe cycle and walk path' put on hold after 'furious backlash' from residents

28 September 2020

A plan to close a key junction to make way for a 'safe cycle and walking path' has been put on hold after pressure from residents.


Delayed Spring clean around town was a 'great success'

Delayed Spring clean around town was a 'great success'

Delayed Spring clean around town was a 'great success'

24 September 2020

A community litter pick last Sunday - the first event organised by a recently reopened Volunteer Centre -has been deemed a big success.


College car park and sports pitch given green-light despite concerns for a threatened bird species

College car park and sports pitch given green-light despite concerns for a threatened bird species

College car park and sports pitch given green-light despite concerns for a threatened bird species

23 September 2020

Car park and sports pitch given the go-ahead despite concerns it will mean the loss of breeding habitat for a threatened bird species.


See stunning aerial pictures of massive 'world-first' tomato greenhouse

See stunning aerial pictures of massive 'world-first' tomato greenhouse

See stunning aerial pictures of massive 'world-first' tomato greenhouse

23 September 2020

A multi-million pound ‘world-first’ tomato greenhouse which is bigger than the O2 arena is set for testing and commissioning to start this autumn.


Plans for massive pipeline capable of transferring up to 20 megalitres of drinking water a day

Plans for massive pipeline capable of transferring up to 20 megalitres of drinking water a day

Plans for massive pipeline capable of transferring up to 20 megalitres of drinking water a day

22 September 2020

A massive drinking water pipeline is planned to be built between a Norfolk village and a Suffolk town.


Solar firm asks for views about new farm as consultation opens

Solar firm asks for views about new farm as consultation opens

Solar firm asks for views about new farm as consultation opens

22 September 2020

Residents who could be surrounded by a solar farm have been asked to give their thoughts on the scheme by the company wanting to build it.


Residents and councillor frustrated with overgrown weeds, trees, bushes and loose paving slabs

Residents and councillor frustrated with overgrown weeds, trees, bushes and loose paving slabs

Residents and councillor frustrated with overgrown weeds, trees, bushes and loose paving slabs

13 September 2020

Residents and a councillor have spoken out over their frustration with the issue of overgrown weeds, trees, bushes and loose paving slabs in a town.


Villagers’ ‘delight’ at rejection of housing scheme

Villagers’ ‘delight’ at rejection of housing scheme

Villagers’ ‘delight’ at rejection of housing scheme

11 September 2020

A developer’s hopes of knocking down a village house and building five new homes in its place have been thwarted.


Tidying up tatty town is at top of councillors’ agenda

Tidying up tatty town is at top of councillors’ agenda

Tidying up tatty town is at top of councillors’ agenda

11 September 2020

It may have a proud reputation as the home of the racehorse, but many residents in a Suffolk town believe their home is going to the dogs.


Coastal town's temporary flood barriers to be tested ahead of winter season

Coastal town's temporary flood barriers to be tested ahead of winter season

Coastal town's temporary flood barriers to be tested ahead of winter season

08 September 2020

A coastal town's temporary flood barriers - which reduce its risk of flooding - are set to be tested ahead of the winter season.


Street lights used to charge electric vehicles in trial project

Street lights used to charge electric vehicles in trial project

Street lights used to charge electric vehicles in trial project

07 September 2020

Street lights are being used to charge electric vehicles in a new £45,000 trial by a council.


Litter-picking teams to clean up the town

Litter-picking teams to clean up the town

Litter-picking teams to clean up the town

07 September 2020

Volunteers and town councillors will unite to blitz a Suffolk town of rubbish as part of the Great British September Clean on Sunday, September 20.


How this seven-year-old boy is helping to solve litter problem at town's skatepark

How this seven-year-old boy is helping to solve litter problem at town's skatepark

How this seven-year-old boy is helping to solve litter problem at town's skatepark

06 September 2020

BMX and scootering enthusiast Otis Bligh has gone the extra mile to support skatepark.


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