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West Suffolk Hospital staff preparing to cook up a tasty Christmas

22 December 2018
West Suffolk Hospital staff preparing to cook up a tasty Christmas

West Suffolk Hospital staff preparing to cook up a tasty Christmas

22 December 2018

On Christmas Day, the kitchens at West Suffolk Hospital will be working flat out to provide festive treats for patients, staff and visitors.


FEATURE: Historian details 14-year quest to catalogue Thomas Gainsborough portraits into book

12 December 2018
FEATURE: Historian details 14-year quest to catalogue Thomas Gainsborough portraits into book

FEATURE: Historian details 14-year quest to catalogue Thomas Gainsborough portraits into book

12 December 2018

There can be few people – if any – who know as much about Thomas Gainsborough as art historian Hugh Belsey.


FEATURE: Proud Boxford parents share link to There But Not There campaign

11 November 2018
FEATURE: Proud Boxford parents share link to There But Not There campaign

FEATURE: Proud Boxford parents share link to There But Not There campaign

11 November 2018

This iconic Tommy tribute is one of thousands spreading its poignant message across the world, as the centenary of the 1918 armistice arrived today.


FEATURE: Lavenham barrister sheds light on 47-year career in new book

05 November 2018
FEATURE: Lavenham barrister sheds light on 47-year career in new book

FEATURE: Lavenham barrister sheds light on 47-year career in new book

05 November 2018

Barristers are often asked: “How can you defend someone you suspect is guilty?”. The answer from William Clegg QC might surprise you.


How charity begins at home for local charity heroes GeeWizz

21 October 2018
How charity begins at home for local charity heroes GeeWizz

How charity begins at home for local charity heroes GeeWizz

21 October 2018

We tell the story of the charity supporting young Jasmine Moxom - GeeWizz


Culture: A glass act featuring Antiques Roadshow's Andy McConnell

12 October 2018
Culture: A glass act featuring Antiques Roadshow's Andy McConnell

Culture: A glass act featuring Antiques Roadshow's Andy McConnell

12 October 2018

Barbara Eeles talks to Antiques Roadshow's Andy McConnell about the career that saw him go from local reporter to TV expert


FEATURE: How 50 years of dedication kept River Stour Trust afloat

24 July 2018
FEATURE: How 50 years of dedication kept River Stour Trust afloat

FEATURE: How 50 years of dedication kept River Stour Trust afloat

24 July 2018

The River Stour was once a busy waterway – a vital artery for the goods that powered the lives and businesses of the people of south Suffolk.


Friends who light up lives of people with dementia

21 May 2018
Friends who light up lives of people with dementia

Friends who light up lives of people with dementia

21 May 2018

Befrienders bring joy to care home residents learning key lessons along the way.


Hear is the news ... Newmarket’s talking newspaper is a vital link

03 March 2018
Hear is the news ... Newmarket’s talking newspaper is a vital link

Hear is the news ... Newmarket’s talking newspaper is a vital link

03 March 2018

Once a fortnight a small plastic wallet drops through the letterboxes of dozens of blind and partially-sighted people in the Newmarket area.


West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock talks about his cabinet job, the heavyweight tasks ahead, and riding a winner at Newmarket

27 January 2018
West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock talks about his cabinet job, the heavyweight tasks ahead, and riding a winner at Newmarket

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock talks about his cabinet job, the heavyweight tasks ahead, and riding a winner at Newmarket

27 January 2018

It’s a safe bet that the UK government has never before had a Cabinet minister who was trained to ride a racehorse by Frankie Dettori.


Sneak a peek, if you dare, at the folklore of Grunty Fen

30 December 2017
Sneak a peek, if you dare, at the folklore of Grunty Fen

Sneak a peek, if you dare, at the folklore of Grunty Fen

30 December 2017

On the mythical map of the world are many legendary places shrouded in folklore and fable – Camelot, Atlantis, El Dorado ... And then, of course, there is Grunty Fen.


Greyhounds: The retired racers who just want to be couch potatoes

28 October 2017
Greyhounds: The retired racers who just want to be couch potatoes

Greyhounds: The retired racers who just want to be couch potatoes

28 October 2017

They are the dog world’s supreme athletes, bred and trained for fitness and speed.


Wonderful walks on tap at pubs in Laurie’s new guide

02 July 2017
Wonderful walks on tap at pubs in Laurie’s new guide

Wonderful walks on tap at pubs in Laurie’s new guide

02 July 2017

Summer is here. Time for even fair weather walkers to slip on comfy shoes and head out into the countryside.


‘I’m no workaholic,’ says man with key role in Suffolk Park

18 June 2017
‘I’m no workaholic,’ says man with key role in Suffolk Park

‘I’m no workaholic,’ says man with key role in Suffolk Park

18 June 2017

Would Nic Rumsey call himself an entrepreneur? Probably not. He prefers businessman.


FEATURE: Apprenticeships - a top class way into the world of work

05 March 2017
FEATURE: Apprenticeships - a top class way into the world of work

FEATURE: Apprenticeships - a top class way into the world of work

05 March 2017

Earning while you learn is one of the reasons more and more young people are signing up for apprenticeships.


FEATURE: Glass helped Gail see her way clear to a bright future

26 February 2017
FEATURE: Glass helped Gail see her way clear to a bright future

FEATURE: Glass helped Gail see her way clear to a bright future

26 February 2017

If Gail Bushell’s partner wakes at 5am and realises she’s no longer beside him he knows exactly where to find her ... down at the bottom of the garden.


FEATURE: Charity offers a helping hand to those living with Parkinson’s Disease

11 December 2016
FEATURE: Charity offers a helping hand to those living with Parkinson’s Disease

FEATURE: Charity offers a helping hand to those living with Parkinson’s Disease

11 December 2016

Every hour that passes someone in the UK is told they have Parkinson’s Disease.

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FEATURE: How do you make a Girls Night Out run smoothly?

12 June 2016
FEATURE: How do you make a Girls Night Out run smoothly?

FEATURE: How do you make a Girls Night Out run smoothly?

12 June 2016

What does it take to stage St Nicholas Hospice Care’s biggest annual fundraising event ... apart from a passionately-committed team of organisers and a couple of thousand women in their pyjamas?


FEATURE: Highlighting the benefits of make-do-and-mend culture

29 May 2016
FEATURE: Highlighting the benefits of make-do-and-mend culture

FEATURE: Highlighting the benefits of make-do-and-mend culture

29 May 2016

How do you react if the microwave goes on the blink, a handbag strap snaps, or the zip breaks on your trousers or skirt.


Festival celebrates the best walks Suffolk has to offer

13 May 2016
Festival celebrates the best walks Suffolk has to offer

Festival celebrates the best walks Suffolk has to offer

13 May 2016

We miss so much as we rush through life, driving everywhere, viewing the world through a windscreen.