COVID Recovery With £3.4 million for Suffolk’s Future

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The county’s public sector leaders have met to agree collective action as part of Suffolk’s recovery from COVID-19 over the coming months.

The council has agreed in principle to an investment of £3.4 million towards supporting Suffolk’s communities and businesses – and they say that this should help addressing some of the challenges people currently face.
As part of the first phase in supporting Suffolk’s recovery, funding was agreed to support some of Suffolk’s immediate areas of focus. These include supporting the most vulnerable and community safety.

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