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Friday, April 24, 2015

People living near a pet food factory in Sudbury have claimed that a £250,000 scheme to reduce unpleasant odours from the plant has “not worked”.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Some of the fly-tipped material. Picture: Babergh District Council.

A Suffolk contractor and an Essex-based company must pay £14,000 after waste removed during property refurbishment was found dumped in a Brantham layby in April 2013.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Kingsbury Walk shrubs cut down

Officers at a district council have admitted they did not carry out adequate consultation before removing shrubs from a street in west Suffolk, which left it looking like a “war zone” according to residents.

Monday, April 20, 2015
Sudbury Spring Gardens. In aid of the “Home of Hope� in Beirut, helping abandoned, orphaned Syrian children and other good local causes supported by the Rotary Club of Sudbury.

Hundreds of people strolled around a range of gardens across Sudbury at the weekend as part of fundraising efforts for good causes.

Friday, April 17, 2015
The site at West Stow Country Park of a proposed campsite.

Major concerns over wildlife have been raised in objection to plans for an 180-pitch caravan and camping site at a country park in west Suffolk.

Thursday, April 16, 2015
Suffolks Green Hero 2015 Leonard Woolf proudly holds aloft his trophy at the environmental awards ceremony.

Suffolk’s ‘Green Oscars’ were handed out yesterday and an ‘honorary son’ of the county, naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham, was there to give inspiration and acclaim.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Chris Packham, who is to give the key address at Suffolks environmental awards ceremony at Snape Maltings

Campaigning naturalist, broadcaster and author Chris Packham returned to his beloved Suffolk today for the Greenest County awards.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
2014 sunseekers at Southwold.

As Suffolk strives to be an exemplar county when it comes to cutting carbon emissions and adapting to climate change, a report - published in timely fashion just ahead of the county’s environmental awards ceremony - charts the work that’s being carried out.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Farmers, the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust, former agriculture minister Jim Paice MP gathered for the national launch of scheme to save farmland birds at Lodge Farm in Westhorpe.

Farmers across Britain were out for the count in February - recording bird numbers on their land. - and Suffolk farmers were among those most likely to have responded.

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