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14 Mar 2019

A new way to help the homeless and vulnerable in Newmarket

A community led campaign is asking people in Newmarket to think about how and why they give to homeless people or people they see on the street.

14 Mar 2019

“I feel brighter and more upbeat” the success of social prescribing

The success of a West Suffolk project that is improving lives and making people feel better connected to their community is being celebrated this week.

13 Mar 2019

Café owner prosecuted over food hygiene and safety offences

Environmental health officers at West Suffolk councils have prosecuted a café owner after he admitted more than 20 food hygiene and health and safety offences.

12 Mar 2019

Community work of Heritage Partnership backed by councillors

Children’s theatre workshops and other events to encourage the community to engage in the work of the Abbey of St Edmund Heritage Partnership have been backed by councillor funding.

12 Mar 2019

Help to prevent struggling tenants from becoming homeless

Struggling tenants who are unable to pay their rent because they’ve lost their job or are ill, could get financial support to stop them being made homeless.

11 Mar 2019

Milestone marked on operational hub

A key point in the construction of the new £23 million West Suffolk Operational Hub (WSOH) has been celebrated with a steel signing ceremony on site.

11 Mar 2019

West Suffolk joins the Great British Spring Clean

West Suffolk communities are being invited to join in the national Great British Spring Clean from 22 March to 23 April.

11 Mar 2019

Renew your brown bin subscription ready for Spring

Over the next two weeks, a leaflet will be delivered to 30,000 customers of the West Suffolk Garden Waste Service reminding them their subscription for the coming year is due.

08 Mar 2019

Construction to begin on Mildenhall Hub

Construction of the Mildenhall Hub delivering much needed facilities for people in and around the town, is to start in just over a week’s time.

07 Mar 2019

Pay on exit to be trialled in Bury St Edmunds

A trial cashless pay on exit parking scheme is to be run in a car park in Bury St Edmunds this summer to increase flexibility for shoppers and visitors.