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PICTURES: Lamarsh nature reserve open day showcases woodland and wildlife

PICTURES: Lamarsh nature reserve open day showcases woodland and wildlife

PICTURES: Lamarsh nature reserve open day showcases woodland and wildlife

10 June 2018

Visitors got the chance to stroll around 25 acres of woodland and wildlife areas when Daws Hall Nature Reserve held a public open day last weekend.


Vision to transform Stowmarket gets green light

Vision to transform Stowmarket gets green light

Vision to transform Stowmarket gets green light

08 June 2018

Mid Suffolk District Council agrees to allocate £550,000 towards initiative to regenerate town


PICTURES: Boxford attracts hundreds for Open Gardens day

PICTURES: Boxford attracts hundreds for Open Gardens day

PICTURES: Boxford attracts hundreds for Open Gardens day

08 June 2018

Boxford held its 21st open gardens event, attracting hundreds of visitors to the village on Sunday.


Speculative builds back in East Cambridgeshire after planning appeal

Speculative builds back in East Cambridgeshire after planning appeal

Speculative builds back in East Cambridgeshire after planning appeal

08 June 2018

Areas once thought safe from development could be built on after a district council was told it has not identified enough sites


Firm’s beach clean up campaign

Firm’s beach clean up campaign

Firm’s beach clean up campaign

08 June 2018

Bury St Edmunds energy and water saving company SaveMoneyCutCarbon clean up Felixstowe beach to mark World Environment Day


Brown bin service set for review

Brown bin service set for review

Brown bin service set for review

02 June 2018

Councils set to review brown bin collection service ahead of potential changes in April 2019


New water fountain installed to reduce plastic waste

New water fountain installed to reduce plastic waste

New water fountain installed to reduce plastic waste

02 June 2018

A drinking fountain and bottle re-fill station has been installed in Stanton.


PICTURES: Clare Priory draws large crowds for Festival of Flowers

PICTURES: Clare Priory draws large crowds for Festival of Flowers

PICTURES: Clare Priory draws large crowds for Festival of Flowers

01 June 2018

A flower festival, inspired by stories from the Bible, drew large crowds throughout the bank holiday weekend to enjoy the displays at Clare Priory.


New 'in Bloom’ logo created by school student

New 'in Bloom’ logo created by school student

New 'in Bloom’ logo created by school student

31 May 2018

Organisation now has a new logo and a new website


Boxford to celebrate 21st anniversary of annual open gardens

Boxford to celebrate 21st anniversary of annual open gardens

Boxford to celebrate 21st anniversary of annual open gardens

30 May 2018

Boxford Open Gardens celebrates its 21st anniversary with new gardens, lots of tea and cake and a choir this weekend.


Sculpture unveiled at Yellow Brick Road

Sculpture unveiled at Yellow Brick Road

Sculpture unveiled at Yellow Brick Road

25 May 2018

A Newmarket community group has marked a milestone for an important town green space with the unveiling of an ornamental gateway


Could a relief road protect Needham Market?

Could a relief road protect Needham Market?

Could a relief road protect Needham Market?

25 May 2018

A proposal for a Needham Market relief road will soon be put to the public after a Government funded study.


Calls for more respect for nature after tree set on fire in Sudbury

Calls for more respect for nature after tree set on fire in Sudbury

Calls for more respect for nature after tree set on fire in Sudbury

24 May 2018

A blaze which scorched a tree in Sudbury this month has prompted claims that people are not treating natural spaces in the local area with respect.

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Plans for 51 new affordable homes in village

Plans for 51 new affordable homes in village

Plans for 51 new affordable homes in village

22 May 2018

Suffolk County Council is building new homes to give low income families the chance to get on the housing ladder.


Suffolk Wildlife Trust fears key sites could lose protected status

Suffolk Wildlife Trust fears key sites could lose protected status

Suffolk Wildlife Trust fears key sites could lose protected status

21 May 2018

The disused railway between Lavenham and Long Melford is among the Suffolk wildlife sites that could lose protection under proposed policy changes.


Cul-de-sac repairs 'abandoned' by county

Cul-de-sac repairs 'abandoned' by county

Cul-de-sac repairs 'abandoned' by county

18 May 2018

Residents of a cul-de-sac and their county councillor say Suffolk Highways has abandoned their road.


Mural celebrates children’s green fingers

Mural celebrates children’s green fingers

Mural celebrates children’s green fingers

18 May 2018

Mayor Terry Clements joined staff and students to celebrate the children's artwork


Boys with incurable condition need a ‘safe haven’, says mum

Boys with incurable condition need a ‘safe haven’, says mum

Boys with incurable condition need a ‘safe haven’, says mum

18 May 2018

A mum has entered her sons in to a competition which will see them get a garden of their dreams


Grass cutting a month behind

Grass cutting a month behind

Grass cutting a month behind

17 May 2018

Grass cutting across the Forest Heath area is a month behind, leaving residents asking when the mowers will be in action

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Wildlife Day takes things back to basics

Wildlife Day takes things back to basics

Wildlife Day takes things back to basics

17 May 2018

Event sees children hunt for mini beasts and build bee nests from scratch.


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