Mid Suffolk is a local government region in Suffolk, England. Its local government was situated in Needham Market until late 2017, and is at present participating in workplaces to the Suffolk County Council in Ipswich. The biggest town of Mid Suffolk is Stowmarket. The number of people in the area taken at the 2011 Census was 96,731.
Mid Suffolk is an area that is rich in history and culture. The area is known for its beautiful coastline, rolling countryside and picturesque villages. There are plenty of attractions to explore in Mid Suffolk, including the stunningly scenic Suffolk Coast and Heaths National Park, which is home to a range of wildlife including wild ponies and otters. There are also plenty of interesting historical sites to visit, including the 12th century Stenham Cross Abbey and the 15th century Castle Acre. Mid Suffolk is also home to some of the best restaurants in the area, including the award-winning The Blue Boar in Aldeburgh and The Salt House in Sudbury. There is always something happening in Mid Suffolk, so whether you are looking for a day out or an excuse to relax, Mid Suffolk is the perfect place to stay.Over the most recent five years, there has been a 13% growth in the quantity of children coming into care in Suffolk. In the year 2016/2017 there were 834 children in care site side by side with 919 out of 2020/2021. Broadly this figure is also rising rapidly and the complete number of youngsters in care is supposed to hit 100,000 by 2025.
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