Please Keep Your Distance in East Suffolk!Town Hall Staff   23 Mar 2020

East Suffolk Council is urging people to respect the official advice to practice social distancing to help stop the spread of Covid-19. The sunny weather saw many people congregate in tourist locations across East Suffolk this weekend despite official advice from the Government to practice ‘social distancing’ – scenes that were replicated across the country…. Read more »

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Business support in response to CoronavirusTown Hall Staff   19 Mar 2020

East Suffolk Council welcomes measures announced by the Government to help businesses minimise the impact of Covid-19.  Following the Chancellor’s announcement on 17 March 2020, the Government has introduced a package of measures to support businesses affected by Covid-19. These are: a statutory sick pay relief package for SMEs a 12-month business rates holiday for… Read more »

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Intergenerational FunTown Hall Staff   19 Mar 2020

Its so encouraging to see the rise in community spirit in such worrying times, The East Suffolk Communities Team have designed a letter template for our Felixstowe children to have fun completing, they will be anonymous and  will then be safely delivered to our care homes and elderly residents. Please click here to see the… Read more »

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VE Day Concert 8 May CancelledTown Hall Staff   17 Mar 2020

In the interest of community safety during these uncertain times, we have made the unfortunate decision to cancel Felixstowe’s VE Day Concert on Friday 8th May 2020.  We endeavour to host a similar event later in the year or next year, when it is safe to do so. This year marks 75 years since the… Read more »

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Women’s Tour 2020 PostponedTown Hall Staff   13 Mar 2020

Following consultation with stakeholders, sponsors and partners, organisers of the Women’s Tour have decided to postpone the upcoming seventh edition of the annual professional cycle race (scheduled to take placed between Monday 8 – Friday 13 June) due to the current international uncertainty surrounding the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The final stage of the… Read more »

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COVID-19 Coronavirus UpdateTown Hall Staff   13 Mar 2020

This update made:  22.05.20 Felixstowe Town Council is following Government advice and taking the necessary steps to ensure key services can still be delivered at this time. With so much information being shared on the COVID-19 coronavirus we should all be using government guidance at www.gov.uk/coronavirus to inform decisions and be checking that advice regularly. Please continue refer… Read more »

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Spring 2020 Town MagazineTown Hall Staff   13 Mar 2020

Click the image below to read the fourth edition of the Town Council’s new quarterly seasonal magazine – Spring 2020.

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Invitation to Felixstowe’s VE Day Concert, Picnic by the SeaTown Hall Staff   17 Feb 2020

Felixstowe residents are invited to bring their picnics and celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day with a special event in the town. On the Friday 8 May Bank Holiday, a free VE Day event will take place at the Beachside Events Area, Sea Road, Felixstowe, organised jointly by Felixstowe Town Council, East Suffolk Council’s Communities Team,… Read more »

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Met Office outlook for this weekend with ‘Storm Dennis’Town Hall Staff   14 Feb 2020

Please see Met Office outlook for this weekend and expectations for East of England and ‘Storm Dennis’; Friday will remain fine and dry through daylight hours. Some showery rain is expected to slowly push south eastwards across our region during Friday evening and night. During Saturday, winds associated with Storm Dennis freshen up and outbreaks… Read more »

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ESC statement on Coronavirus and Port Health responsibilities at FelixstoweTown Hall Staff   31 Jan 2020

Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is a new, or novel, type of coronavirus – a large family of respiratory viruses which can cause diseases ranging from the common cold to the Middle-East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). In response to the emerging situation and advice given by the World Health Organisation, officers from… Read more »

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