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Council hits out at £10k ‘bill’ to fund parking zones

30 October 2020
Council hits out at £10k ‘bill’ to fund parking zones

Council hits out at £10k ‘bill’ to fund parking zones

30 October 2020

A council has hit out at suggestions that if residents want local parking zones it should pay at least £10,000 towards the scheme.


Students’ skatepark vision realised

28 October 2020
Students’ skatepark vision realised

Students’ skatepark vision realised

28 October 2020

Lighting and security cameras have been installed at the newly opened skatepark marking the completion of a three-year project.


Back to square one as plans fall through for historic town yard

26 October 2020
Back to square one as plans fall through for historic town yard

Back to square one as plans fall through for historic town yard

26 October 2020

The sorry saga of a historic racing yard described this week as a problem that had ‘plagued’ a town for more than 30 years looks set to continue.


Family’s farewell to ‘caring and generous’ Dave Hawes

26 October 2020
Family’s farewell to ‘caring and generous’ Dave Hawes

Family’s farewell to ‘caring and generous’ Dave Hawes

26 October 2020

Tributes have been paid to Dave Hawes, a long-standing and popular member the racing community, who lost his battle with cancer on Friday.


Racing icon puts 70 historic trophies up for sale

21 October 2020
Racing icon puts 70 historic trophies up for sale

Racing icon puts 70 historic trophies up for sale

21 October 2020

Lester Piggott has put trophies and personal items up for sale including two of his record nine Derby winning trophies.


Plans for memorial to stalwart who dedicated 18 years to St John Ambulance

20 October 2020
Plans for memorial to stalwart who dedicated 18 years to St John Ambulance

Plans for memorial to stalwart who dedicated 18 years to St John Ambulance

20 October 2020

Members of a St John Ambulance group are hoping to install a memorial to a former president who died in August after 18 years with the organisation.


The shocking case of the heiress who was battered to death in her Suffolk home

19 October 2020
The shocking case of the heiress who was battered to death in her Suffolk home

The shocking case of the heiress who was battered to death in her Suffolk home

19 October 2020

The remarkable life of Rachel Parsons only began to emerge after she was bludgeoned to death in a killing with shocked the nation.


Plan submitted to transform town’s historic church

18 October 2020
Plan submitted to transform town’s historic church

Plan submitted to transform town’s historic church

18 October 2020

Plans have been submitted for a £1 million project which would see a parish church transformed into a community hub.


Millions of guineas change hands at Tattersalls top yearling sale

17 October 2020
Millions of guineas change hands at Tattersalls top yearling sale

Millions of guineas change hands at Tattersalls top yearling sale

17 October 2020

A daughter of the world’s pre-eminent stallion, Galileo, set the sale ring alight as she became the highest priced yearling filly sold this year.


Council agrees to pursue plan for local history museum for town

16 October 2020
Council agrees to pursue plan for local history museum for town

Council agrees to pursue plan for local history museum for town

16 October 2020

Councillors have joined forces with members of a local history society and residents in a bid to establish a new museum for a Suffolk town.


'It’s not local justice', says former lawyer who saw schoolgirl crash

11 October 2020
'It’s not local justice', says former lawyer who saw schoolgirl crash

'It’s not local justice', says former lawyer who saw schoolgirl crash

11 October 2020

An ex-lawyer called as a witnesses in the a relating to an incident in where a girl lost part of her leg has hit out at the state of the courts.


Residents furious over continued lack of parking near their homes

10 October 2020
Residents furious over continued lack of parking near their homes

Residents furious over continued lack of parking near their homes

10 October 2020

Residents are up in arms as enforcement of one-hour waiting bays has left households without anywhere to park in the streets where they live.


Stud hits the jackpot as Goofy sells for 2.7m guineas

09 October 2020
Stud hits the jackpot as Goofy sells for 2.7m guineas

Stud hits the jackpot as Goofy sells for 2.7m guineas

09 October 2020

Staff at a small stud have been celebrating after their yearling colt landed a 2.7 million guineas jackpot at Tattersalls premier yearling sale.


Covid claims annual carol concert

08 October 2020
Covid claims annual carol concert

Covid claims annual carol concert

08 October 2020

An annual carol service which raises funds for good causes has been cancelled because of the ongoing coronavirus restrictions.


Pair are honoured for life-saving bid which saw them drag pensioner out of pond

05 October 2020
Pair are honoured for life-saving bid which saw them drag pensioner out of pond

Pair are honoured for life-saving bid which saw them drag pensioner out of pond

05 October 2020

Two people have been awarded top national life-saving honours for their efforts in trying to save a pensioner after his car plunged into a pond.


Sweet taste of success for Ben as he opens new bakery

04 October 2020
Sweet taste of success for Ben as he opens new bakery

Sweet taste of success for Ben as he opens new bakery

04 October 2020

A chef who found himself facing redundancy when the country went into lockdown in March started a new bakery business which is now booming.


Council cancels Christmas as it is forced to abandon festive plans

01 October 2020
Council cancels Christmas as it is forced to abandon festive plans

Council cancels Christmas as it is forced to abandon festive plans

01 October 2020

Town councillors have been forced to abandon their plans for a Christmas event in the wake of the government’s most recent Covid restrictions.


Plucky pensioner Serena’s 125-mile charity walk feat

27 September 2020
Plucky pensioner Serena’s 125-mile charity walk feat

Plucky pensioner Serena’s 125-mile charity walk feat

27 September 2020

Super gran Serena Queeney has raised nearly £3,000 by walking 125 miles non-stop in less than two days.


Racing Welfare set for second Heath Ride after sell-out event earlier this year

26 September 2020
Racing Welfare set for second Heath Ride after sell-out event earlier this year

Racing Welfare set for second Heath Ride after sell-out event earlier this year

26 September 2020

Racing Welfare will be holding a second sponsored Heath Ride next month after its first event was a sell-out earlier this month.


Town MP backs BID for second term

26 September 2020
Town MP backs BID for second term

Town MP backs BID for second term

26 September 2020

Matt Hancock has thrown his support behind a town's Business Improvement District as it works to help its members deal with Covid-19.


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