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20/01/2021

Woodbridge News

Suffolk continue with ‘inquisitive’ approach

Suffolk Constabulary is re-iterating its warning that police officers will continue to be more inquisitive as the latest lockdown measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus continues. The force will continue to engage, encourage and explain first, but where people are blatantly flouting the rules officers will issue fines and that approach will continue

Voting safely in next year’s elections

East Suffolk Council is preparing to help residents stay safe when casting their votes in next year’s local elections. East Suffolk residents will go to the polls to have their say on who they want to represent them at Suffolk County Council and as the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner on Thursday 6 May 2021.

Woodbridge Library Update

All Suffolk Libraries will be closed on Friday 1st January 2021. Woodbridge Library is open from 10am-5pm Tuesday to Saturday and 10am-1pm on Sunday for essential computer usage, reservation collections, Select & Collect and return of items. (Woodbridge Library has a book drop facility so you can drop items off without having to come in.)

Menta

Young Businesses to Receive Support from Dedicated Website

New and younger businesses that have been trading for less than four years are being encouraged to join a dedicated website that promotes their business. The MENTA Marketplace is being launched this month to act as a showcase for entrepreneurs across Norfolk and Suffolk. MENTA Business Support CEO, Alex Till, says of the the project

HMRC ramps up investigation of job retention scheme claims

Employers in the East of England who may have wrongly claimed support from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) are being warned to act now to avoid significant penalties from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). Leading business and financial adviser Grant Thornton UK LLP says it is dealing with a flurry of enquires about repaying

Baylham Rare Breeds Farm

Half Term at Baylham House Farm

It is always a pleasure to visit the farm but unfortunately this year Baylham House Farm are not able to hold their Spooky Spectacular as, due to current restrictions, all the witches, ghosts and ghouls are self-isolating.You can still meet all your old favourites – who will do their utmost to tempt you to feed

Suffolk beach

Stay safe on Suffolk coastline

A campaign has been launched today to remind East Suffolk residents and visitors about the importance of staying safe on the coast. Throughout the Covid-19 restrictions, and particularly since early summer, East Suffolk Council’s Coastal Management Team has received almost daily reports from concerned landowners, businesses and the community about people climbing eroding cliffs, climbing

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