The Leiston based Cinnamon Indian Cuisine restaurant has been Highly Commended in this year's prestigious Tiffin Cup competition, which searches for best nationwide South Asian cuisine after Therese nominated them for the award.
Therese said: "Last year, I asked on Facebook who I should nominate from Suffolk Coastal. The Cinnamon in Leiston came a very close second to Bombay Nites in Walton, so I nominated them this year."
Cinamon Indian Cuisine will receive a certificate and embroidered Tiffin Cup 2018 apron to mark their achievement in this year's competition.
Well done to everyone at the Cinamon in Leiston.
I'm pleased to see the significant strengthening of the LINK cash machine programme, set out in their annual report, which will help ensure consumers in remote and rural areas will get access to the cash they need.
Last month, the LINK Board announced a series of measures designed to maintain and rebalance the UK's ATM networks – shifting incentives from deploying multiple ATMs in city centre to rural communities. This includes protecting free ATMs one kilometre or more from the next free cash machine.
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It is almost time for the Great British Spring Clean – which is taking place over the weekend of the 2 – 4 March 2018.
Therese said: "Last year's event was a nationwide triumph – and I am sure this year will be just the same. As the Litter Minister my message is not to drop it in the first place but these big community cleans are a great way of bringing people together to tidy up our towns and villages."
So far there are events organised in Felixstowe and Dunwich.
You can find out more or register you own clean here.
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