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Babergh's longest serving councillor set to retire after 45 years of service

Babergh's longest serving councillor set to retire after 45 years of service

Babergh's longest serving councillor set to retire after 45 years of service

One of Babergh’s longest-serving councillors, who helped establish the authority in 1974, is to retire following the upcoming local elections.


Suffolk County Council declares climate emergency

Suffolk County Council declares climate emergency

Suffolk County Council declares climate emergency

Suffolk County Council has declared a ‘climate emergency’, after members agreed a pledge to make the county carbon neutral by 2030.


Babergh District Council chairman's fundraising activities benefit children's charity

Babergh District Council chairman's fundraising activities benefit children's charity

Babergh District Council chairman's fundraising activities benefit children's charity

The chairman of Babergh District Council has praised the efforts of a children’s charity, after donating funds to help continue its work.


Babergh council seeks big cash boost for major regeneration project in Sudbury

Babergh council seeks big cash boost for major regeneration project in Sudbury

Babergh council seeks big cash boost for major regeneration project in Sudbury

An application for a substantial grant to help fund a major regeneration project in Sudbury has been submitted by Babergh District Council.


Cemetery extension in Hadleigh to go ahead amid continued financial concerns

Cemetery extension in Hadleigh to go ahead amid continued financial concerns

Cemetery extension in Hadleigh to go ahead amid continued financial concerns

A major cemetery expansion in Hadleigh, which has been the subject of much in-fighting within the local council, is set to finally begin next month.


'All options open' to address failing special educational needs service in Suffolk

'All options open' to address failing special educational needs service in Suffolk

'All options open' to address failing special educational needs service in Suffolk

Senior officers across Suffolk’s ailing special educational needs service are to be held to account for its failings, it has emerged.


Councillor concerned about removal of bus pass eligibility for transport service

Councillor concerned about removal of bus pass eligibility for transport service

Councillor concerned about removal of bus pass eligibility for transport service

A council’s plan to remove bus pass eligibility on a public transport service could increase isolation, according to an opposition councillor.


Babergh leader seeks to quell concerns about development plans at Sudbury's Belle Vue Park

Babergh leader seeks to quell concerns about development plans at Sudbury's Belle Vue Park

Babergh leader seeks to quell concerns about development plans at Sudbury's Belle Vue Park

The leader of Babergh District Council has sought to quell concerns over plans to convert part of a park in Sudbury into a hotel.


Family from Clare hope lobbying efforts will help reform medical cannabis law

Family from Clare hope lobbying efforts will help reform medical cannabis law

Family from Clare hope lobbying efforts will help reform medical cannabis law

The parents of a young girl with epilepsy hope their lobbying efforts for a medicinal cannabis prescription will help reform the application process.


Suffolk County Council urged to declare 'climate emergency'

Suffolk County Council urged to declare 'climate emergency'

Suffolk County Council urged to declare 'climate emergency'

A motion for Suffolk County Council to declare a ‘climate emergency’ has been submitted, as the Extinction Rebellion prepares for an event in Sudbury.


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