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Suffolk News

Find out what we've been up to in Suffolk recently.

Howard Estate community area is officially opened

MP for Bury St Edmunds Jo Churchill officially opened the new floral seating area on the Howard Estate in Bury St Edmunds today (5 January 2018, 12 noon).

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Groundwork Youth recruiting across the UK - applications open!

Groundwork Youth are looking for 16-24 year old to act as Young Green Ambassadors, driving forward a national campaign to create more inclusive community spaces and celebrate the impact of youth-led environmental action.

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Positive partnership for organisations and communities

Community charity Groundwork East has entered into an agreement with construction and development company Anderson Group, in order to help communities across the East of England.

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Pupils get to grips with recycling

Groundwork Suffolk recently delivered an educational waste assembly to 450 students from Hillside Primary School in Ipswich, as part of our Stoke Together project.

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Have a conversation for World Mental Health Day this October

Groundwork East is supporting the Mental Health Foundation’s World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10 October 2017).

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Creating greener communities in Suffolk

We are working with the Suffolk Waste Partnership (SWP) to deliver on-the-ground resident waste reduction and recycling engagement activities in Ipswich, Lowestoft and Bury St Edmunds.

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Local charity team broadens its experience

Staff from environmental community charity Groundwork Suffolk and Norfolk spent the day with another charity last week learning about the Norfolk Broads.

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BEE Anglia project identifies £2m of savings

Norfolk and Suffolk Businesses identify over £2m of savings with help from Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) Anglia

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Show why you #LoveParks near you

Join in with the 100 million visits to UK parks this #LoveParks Week (14 - 23 July 2017) and tell the world why you love your park.

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Nominate a community group for a national award

We are asking the public to nominate community groups to receive a national award at an awards ceremony recognising their work in making their local areas better places to live.

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Community buildings can save energy and money

Community groups in Suffolk Coastal and Waveney Districts could benefit from free support to help secure the long-term sustainability of their facilities.

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Discover nature on your doorstep

You’re invited to a series of walks and talks this year that will help you discover the unusual species in your Suffolk Coastal village.

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