Home   Authors   Author

Volunteer Sue on track with her station wildlife haven

14 September 2020
Volunteer Sue on track with her station wildlife haven

Volunteer Sue on track with her station wildlife haven

14 September 2020

A village volunteer has turned her local station into a haven for wildlife full of plants and including items which hold special memories.


Tributes paid to record-breaker Provideo’s lad Syd

13 September 2020
Tributes paid to record-breaker Provideo’s lad Syd

Tributes paid to record-breaker Provideo’s lad Syd

13 September 2020

Tributes have been paid to Syd McGahey who died on Wednesday and will be forever associated with record-breaking racehorse, Provideo.


Town council will not cancel Christmas

12 September 2020
Town council will not cancel Christmas

Town council will not cancel Christmas

12 September 2020

Town councillors agreed they want to do their best to put on a Christmas event for residents within Covid-19 imposed guidelines.


Tidying up tatty town is at top of councillors’ agenda

11 September 2020
Tidying up tatty town is at top of councillors’ agenda

Tidying up tatty town is at top of councillors’ agenda

11 September 2020

It may have a proud reputation as the home of the racehorse, but many residents in a Suffolk town believe their home is going to the dogs.


Shock as horseracing museum’s boss resigns after just 17 months

10 September 2020
Shock as horseracing museum’s boss resigns after just 17 months

Shock as horseracing museum’s boss resigns after just 17 months

10 September 2020

Staff at the National Horse Racing Museum have been rocked by the sudden resignation of its chief executive after just 17 months in the post.


Last chance to apply for £3,000 Tutte scholarship

04 September 2020
Last chance to apply for £3,000 Tutte scholarship

Last chance to apply for £3,000 Tutte scholarship

04 September 2020

Students off to university this month have a final chance to apply for a £3,000 scholarship to help them with their studies.


Youngsters’ skate park pipe dream is now finally a reality

04 September 2020
Youngsters’ skate park pipe dream is now finally a reality

Youngsters’ skate park pipe dream is now finally a reality

04 September 2020

When they first pitched their plan for a new skate park for councillors three years ago, four academy students knew they had a mountain to climb.


Family says final farewell to 'happy, lovely and cuddly' Nikita

03 September 2020
Family says final farewell to 'happy, lovely and cuddly' Nikita

Family says final farewell to 'happy, lovely and cuddly' Nikita

03 September 2020

Family and friends said their final farewells to 11-year-old schoolgirl Nikita Blenman who died suddenly.


Working group set to consider parking plan for town as council gears up for more enforcement

01 September 2020
Working group set to consider parking plan for town as council gears up for more enforcement

Working group set to consider parking plan for town as council gears up for more enforcement

01 September 2020

A parking working group will now be looking at formulating a parking strategy for the whole of the town the council covers.


Pavilion to get extra security as gangs of youths terrorise council staff

31 August 2020
Pavilion to get extra security as gangs of youths terrorise council staff

Pavilion to get extra security as gangs of youths terrorise council staff

31 August 2020

Gangs of youths, some as young as 12, are terrorising council staff and users of a popular sports pavilion.


Councillors’ self-help clean-up effort is a sign of the times

27 August 2020
Councillors’ self-help clean-up effort is a sign of the times

Councillors’ self-help clean-up effort is a sign of the times

27 August 2020

A town mayor has joined other councillors in cleaning the welcome sign, signalling the start of a self-help community initiative.


HQ’s popular open weekend has to go virtual

26 August 2020
HQ’s popular open weekend has to go virtual

HQ’s popular open weekend has to go virtual

26 August 2020

A popular event may not be going ahead in its usual format due to the coronavirus pandemic but organisers are planning a virtual version.


The story behind one of Suffolk's and horseracing's most recognisable and respected figures

26 August 2020
The story behind one of Suffolk's and horseracing's most recognisable and respected figures

The story behind one of Suffolk's and horseracing's most recognisable and respected figures

26 August 2020

Seventy five years ago last month, the Hon George Lambton closed his eyes for the final time at his Suffolk home.


New vehicle for life-saving charity SARS

17 August 2020
New vehicle for life-saving charity SARS

New vehicle for life-saving charity SARS

17 August 2020

A medical charity in Suffolk has launched its new rapid response vehicle thanks to a £40,000 donation.


Charity in search for a new home

15 August 2020
Charity in search for a new home

Charity in search for a new home

15 August 2020

Charity Our Special Friends had accommodation at the Animal Health Trust, but lost that when the trust closed last month.


Move gives surgery ‘new lease of life’

14 August 2020
Move gives surgery ‘new lease of life’

Move gives surgery ‘new lease of life’

14 August 2020

Staff at a town's newest doctors’ surgery have been adjusting to life in their new premises.


Store manager Alistair is extra-special, according to appreciative staff

14 August 2020
Store manager Alistair is extra-special, according to appreciative staff

Store manager Alistair is extra-special, according to appreciative staff

14 August 2020

Tesco staff have publicly thanked their boss for the support he has given them and their customers during the coronavirus pandemic.


Long-serving councillor steps down

13 August 2020
Long-serving councillor steps down

Long-serving councillor steps down

13 August 2020

Long-serving councillor Warwick Hirst has resigned from a town council on heath grounds, a meeting of the authority was told this week.


Town mourns death of Sir Michael Stoute's partner and charity stalwart Coral Pritchard-Gordon

12 August 2020
Town mourns death of Sir Michael Stoute's partner and charity stalwart Coral Pritchard-Gordon

Town mourns death of Sir Michael Stoute's partner and charity stalwart Coral Pritchard-Gordon

12 August 2020

Coral Pritchard-Gordon, long time partner of Royal trainer Sir Michael Stoute, and co-founder of the town branch of the MS Society, has died.


Woman who inspired town after losing her legs in lorry crash dies aged 80

11 August 2020
Woman who inspired town after losing her legs in lorry crash dies aged 80

Woman who inspired town after losing her legs in lorry crash dies aged 80

11 August 2020

Barbara Starvis, the woman who inspired a town after she lost both her legs following an horrific accident more than 30 years ago, has died.