There will therefore be an opportunity to represent Wrentham by becoming one of the first ever East Suffolk Councillors.
Have a look at this new A-Z of crime prevention from Suffolk Constabulary
Waveney Residents asked to be alert to scam callers
Please be aware that some Waveney residents have received scam calls claiming to be from Waveney District Council. The caller - David Carter or David Tarter - tells the customer of a credit on their Council Tax account and requests the customer's bank details in order to issue a refund. Please do NOT to give out bank details over the phone and if you believe you have received a scam call, call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040
"Suffolk County Council has to balance its budget every year and to do this in 2019/2020 the authority needs to find around £22 million. At the start of its budget process, the council identified £11.2 million of potential savings which included the proposal to remove the grants it gives to help part-fund Suffolk’s CABs".
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From Suffolk Police website: "
Suffolk Constabulary in partnership with The College of Policing are delighted to announce that the application window for Direct Entry (DE) 2019 will open on 7th January 2019.If you are an experienced middle manager, senior manager or director in any sector looking for a more rewarding career where you can directly help people and make a personal difference to the lives of people in all of our communities, you are being asked to consider a switch of management career into policing.
Halesworth Town Council website says that it contributed to the cost of 1hour free parking on Halesworth Car Parks, along with contributions from SCC Tony Goldson, businesses , and Parish Councils : Bramfield, Walpole, Holton , Rumburgh, Spexhall, Wangford, Wenhaston. The contribution made by Halesworth Town Council, to Waveney Car Parks in the Town , is currently being reviewed.