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‘This was a community effort’: Group wins award after securing protections for medieval bridleway

‘This was a community effort’: Group wins award after securing protections for medieval bridleway

‘This was a community effort’: Group wins award after securing protections for medieval bridleway

11 April 2024

A community-driven initiative to protect an ancient bridleway has earned special recognition for helping safeguard the site for future generations.


Suffolk rivers to benefit from £42 million investment

Suffolk rivers to benefit from £42 million investment

Suffolk rivers to benefit from £42 million investment

08 April 2024

Anglian Water is investing £42 million to protect the rivers in Suffolk by improving the quality of the water.


£115,000 project to create new orchards and hedgerows in East Suffolk under way

£115,000 project to create new orchards and hedgerows in East Suffolk under way

£115,000 project to create new orchards and hedgerows in East Suffolk under way

05 April 2024

A £115,000 project to create six new orchards and two miles of hedgerow is under way in East Suffolk.


‘I have been truly inspired by the efforts of everyone who took part in this year's events’: Litter picks attract more participants than ever

‘I have been truly inspired by the efforts of everyone who took part in this year's events’: Litter picks attract more participants than ever

‘I have been truly inspired by the efforts of everyone who took part in this year's events’: Litter picks attract more participants than ever

05 April 2024

An eye-catching 136 black bags full of rubbish were collected as more people than ever before took part in a mass litter pick across a Suffolk town.


Green belt status declared ‘possibly the best decision for 1,000 years’

Green belt status declared ‘possibly the best decision for 1,000 years’

Green belt status declared ‘possibly the best decision for 1,000 years’

03 April 2024

Water meadows are to be granted ‘green belt status’ in a new move.


Council responds to concern over ‘massive cull’ of squirrels and birds in town’s popular gardens

Council responds to concern over ‘massive cull’ of squirrels and birds in town’s popular gardens

Council responds to concern over ‘massive cull’ of squirrels and birds in town’s popular gardens

01 April 2024

A council has addressed concerns about a ‘massive cull’ of squirrels and birds at a town’s popular gardens.


Beavers return after 400 year absence to reduce impact of flooding and drought

Beavers return after 400 year absence to reduce impact of flooding and drought

Beavers return after 400 year absence to reduce impact of flooding and drought

01 April 2024

A project to reintroduce beavers to an estate less near the Suffolk border is successfully reducing the impact of flooding and drought.


‘Plant theatres’ on display outside historic town venue

‘Plant theatres’ on display outside historic town venue

‘Plant theatres’ on display outside historic town venue

29 March 2024

Two ‘plant theatres’ have been installed outside a historic Suffolk venue, to coincide with an accessible arts festival.


‘They have imprisoned me...but the muntjac can walk through the gate’

‘They have imprisoned me...but the muntjac can walk through the gate’

‘They have imprisoned me...but the muntjac can walk through the gate’

28 March 2024

A Suffolk town council has ‘held its hands up’ after installing fencing around allotments without consulting residents.

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Town’s new vending machine offers shopper rewards

Town’s new vending machine offers shopper rewards

Town’s new vending machine offers shopper rewards

27 March 2024

An innovative recycling scheme is being trialled in a Suffolk town offering rewards for recycling plastic bottles and cans.


Sizewell C signs land freehold deal to build new power station

Sizewell C signs land freehold deal to build new power station

Sizewell C signs land freehold deal to build new power station

26 March 2024

Sizewell C has signed a deal with EDF Energy for the land which will be used to construct the new nuclear power station.


‘An absolutely crazy idea’: Reaction to infrastructure proposals for major energy project

‘An absolutely crazy idea’: Reaction to infrastructure proposals for major energy project

‘An absolutely crazy idea’: Reaction to infrastructure proposals for major energy project

26 March 2024

Residents and community leaders have had their say on the chosen infrastructure sites and routes for a major energy project.


Council call for clarity on ‘nationally significant’ 750-acre solar farm proposal

Council call for clarity on ‘nationally significant’ 750-acre solar farm proposal

Council call for clarity on ‘nationally significant’ 750-acre solar farm proposal

21 March 2024

A council is calling for a developer to provide more clarity about plans for a ‘nationally significant’ solar farm.


Villagers protest over lack of river maintenance after repeated flooding problems

Villagers protest over lack of river maintenance after repeated flooding problems

Villagers protest over lack of river maintenance after repeated flooding problems

21 March 2024

Villagers have voiced frustration over the lack of maintenance at a nearby river, as they called for action to prevent further flooding in future.


Town awarded £92,760 grant after converting streetlights to LED

Town awarded £92,760 grant after converting streetlights to LED

Town awarded £92,760 grant after converting streetlights to LED

20 March 2024

Mildenhall has become the first to receive a grant to help with the cost of converting streetlights.


How you can stay overnight at former top-secret military testing site to enjoy the stars

How you can stay overnight at former top-secret military testing site to enjoy the stars

How you can stay overnight at former top-secret military testing site to enjoy the stars

19 March 2024

Stargazers have the rare chance to stay overnight at a former top-secret military testing site.


‘It is life-changing.’ Visitors inspired by generosity and community spirit in poverty-stricken region

‘It is life-changing.’ Visitors inspired by generosity and community spirit in poverty-stricken region

‘It is life-changing.’ Visitors inspired by generosity and community spirit in poverty-stricken region

19 March 2024

Church group vows to use lessons from African visit to inspire their own congregations in Suffolk.


Leak which has flooded path next to pub reported to Anglian Water

Leak which has flooded path next to pub reported to Anglian Water

Leak which has flooded path next to pub reported to Anglian Water

18 March 2024

A leak which has flooded a path next to a pub in a town has been reported to Anglian Water.


‘Nobody seems to be concerned’: Month’s worth of flooding and sewage issues leaves residents anxious and embarassed

‘Nobody seems to be concerned’: Month’s worth of flooding and sewage issues leaves residents anxious and embarassed

‘Nobody seems to be concerned’: Month’s worth of flooding and sewage issues leaves residents anxious and embarassed

15 March 2024

Several West Suffolk residents have spoken of a month’s worth of flooding and sewage issues in their area which has left them anxious and embarassed.


Flood alert in place along Suffolk coast due to high tides

Flood alert in place along Suffolk coast due to high tides

Flood alert in place along Suffolk coast due to high tides

15 March 2024

A flood alert is in place as coastal roads and footpaths are likely to be affected due to high spring tides.


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