A kind-hearted teenager has been leaving positive notes and letters of encouragement around Bury St Edmunds.
The Machismo’s, which began in 1996 as a solo project for former Jacob’s Mouse singer/drummer Sam Marsh, are headling the Hunter Club in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday.
So-Called Humans are returning to their spiritual home of Bury St Edmunds on June 6, playing at the Hunter Club’s Washing Machine rock night.
Stowmarket Middle School was a hive of activity at its farewell open evening on Friday (May 22) as hundreds turned up to say goodbye.
Tributes have been paid to 18-year-old West Suffolk College student John Walsh who died after a car crash on the A14 in Rougham.
The sun was shining on Trinity Park yesterday as thousands arrived for the first day of the Suffolk Show.
Suffolk’s new High Sheriff, Judith Shallow, says arts and culture will take centre stage throughout her year in the position.
Polar Collective are releasing a brand new web series on Youtube called The Polar Life.
A Rickinghall grandmother of 19 has retired from the NHS after 60 years of dedicated service.
Thousands of visitors flooded Haughley Park over the weekend for this year’s Weird and Wonderful Wood.
Debenham singer-songwriter Isabella O’Reilly has won this year’s Bury Songwriters Competition.
Residents of Gislingham have been out in force protesting about a proposed 40-home development they claim will ruin the rural setting of the village’s 14th century Grade I listed church.
Bury St Edmunds has celebrated its place as the home of Branston Pickle by joining with Cheddar and Sandwich to create the UK’s first ‘Triple Town’.
Hundreds flocked to Ampton Racecourse on Sunday for the 127th annual South Suffolk Show.
A new life-like patient simulator at West Suffolk Hospital is giving medical students the chance to treat a variety of conditions hands-on.
Needham Market residents told Network Rail bosses they will not accept anthing but an underpass at the Gipsy Lane rail crossing at a heated consulation meeting on Monday
The Great British weather may have put a dampener on views of the solar eclipse for many in Suffolk this morning - but a few were lucky enough to catch a glimpse between the clouds.
Nowton Park has just taken delivery of six new sheep – and is looking for Bury Free Press readers to help them name one of them.
A Stowmarket florist has celebrated its 45 year anniversary - and reopening after a bus ploughed into the shop - by completing a free bouquet chain.
Stowupland High School is celebrating a ‘good’ Ofsted report after it was judged to require improvement two years ago.