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Reporting Highways Issues in Suffolk

Highways issues can now be reported directly to Suffolk County Council online and Suffolk County council will keep you updated with progress. It’s like FixMyStreet but better. Website here. There is also a site informing of road works here.

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Materials Recycling Facility Campaign

You can now recycle even more in your recycling bin at home. The new items are – aerosol cans, waxed cartons (eg Tetra-Paks), metal pots, pans and trays and books (hard & paperback) A recycling campaign is being launched on … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour should apologise for frightening residents unnecessarily.

As I said here Ipswich Labour are bogus political point scoring in regard to the new care home in Aster Road. As Conservative candidate for Gipping Ward I have been in contact with the relevant portfolio holder at Suffolk County … Continue reading

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Suffolk Labour launch attack on Labour MP

Suffolk Labour are continuing their lies about children’s centres in Suffolk claiming that some are scheduled to close by using a campaign of smoke and mirrors. In regard to the County Council’s consultation they say This is the formal response … Continue reading

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There is still time for residents of Suffolk to have their say on the future of Children’s Centre’s

Contrary to what Ipswich Labour are saying no children’s centre’s are scheduled to close. But Suffolk County Council are still consulting with Suffolk residents on the future of children’s centre’s in Suffolk. There is still time for you to have … Continue reading

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Have your say on proposed changes to children’s centre services across Suffolk

With 2 months to go – don’t forget to have your say! Children’s centres are an essential part of delivering early support to children, young people and their families in Suffolk. We are committed to continuing to deliver high quality, … Continue reading

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Suffolk/Norfolk waste deal struck

A landmark deal which will see waste from Norfolk turned into energy in Suffolk, has now been signed. The agreement between the two authorities will see 40,000 tonnes of Norfolk’s residual household waste – the rubbish left after recycling – … Continue reading

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