Terms and conditions

This page provides the terms and conditions relating to the Suffolk County Council website.


Suffolk County Council makes every effort to ensure the information published on this website is accurate. It disclaims any liability for error or omission, however caused.

Users who rely on this information do so at their own risk. Should you need to rely on information provided in these pages, you are advised to seek separate confirmation from the council that the information is correct.

Suffolk County Council does not maintain many of the sites provided as links, nor any third-party content hosted on suffolk.gov.uk (such as embedded YouTube videos). It therefore does not assume responsibility for the contents of any third-party site, nor does any link constitute endorsement of that site, its sponsor or its contents.


All content on this website, including but not limited to text, graphics, photographs, images, moving images, sound, illustrations and software are owned by Suffolk County Council unless otherwise stated.

Permission is granted for material to be downloaded to file or printer for private or non-commercial uses only. Any other use requires the written permission of Suffolk County Council.


Many pages on our website include links to other sites. These links provide users with further sources of relevant information and advice.

Suffolk County Council does not maintain the external sites accessed through these links, and therefore does not assume any responsibility for their content. The inclusion of a link to a third-party website on our pages should not be considered an endorsement or recommendation.

If you have any queries about information accessed through links, you are advised to check directly with the organisation concerned.

All external links on the site are reviewed regularly to check their content and quality. However, if you find a broken link or it links to material you feel is unsuitable, please contact us and let us know.

Suggest a link

On this website we include links to organisations that users may find helpful, across a range of subject areas.

Please contact digitalcontentteam@suffolk.gov.uk if you have a suggested link we could add to our website. 

If your organisation provides services to families or young people, you might like to contact InfoLink for possible inclusion to the Children's Services Directory.

Each site will be looked at in the context of the other information we provide and will only be added if it is considered to be of sufficient quality and relevance. We do not accept link requests for marketing purposes, or about events where the county council is not directly involved. We also do not accept links requests for commercial or political organisations.

Link suggestions should also meet the standards laid out in the Code of Recommended Practice on Local Authority Publicity, and not conflict with the Constitution of Suffolk County Council.

Please do not contact us again if your link does not appear on our site.

Linking to us

If you have a website, you're welcome to link to the Suffolk County Council website without requesting specific permissions.

Our home page address is www.suffolk.gov.uk and should be labelled "Suffolk County Council". You may also link to any other page within the site using the appropriate URL.

You may link to us from your site as long as our site appears in its normal form. For example: it does not appear inside your own frameset; with any advertising; or in such a way as to pass off the material as your own. Please respect our copyright.

All organisations funded or partly funded by Suffolk County Council must include a link to the council on their website.

Terrorism Act 2006: notice-and-take-down requirement

Organisations that provide websites must be aware of a notice-and-take-down requirement contained within the Terrorism Act 2006, which came into force on 13 April 2006, and ensure that they have procedures to handle any notices served on them under the Act.

Sections 3 and 4 of the Act enable a police constable to give written notice to an organisation that a particular statement they publish electronically is unlawful, because it relates to terrorism.

If the organisation does not remove or amend the statement within two working days (only Saturdays, Sundays, Bank Holidays, Christmas Day and Good Friday are excluded), then it will be considered to have endorsed the statement and will thereafter be liable to prosecution for encouraging terrorism or disseminating terrorist publications.

An organisation served with a notice is also required to take all reasonable steps to prevent future re-publication of the same or similar statements, including an investigation into who published the statement and removing that person's ability to publish in future.

Suffolk County Council will comply promptly with any such requests.