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Exhibition sheds light on poachers who prowled the dark woods of days gone by

28 March 2022
Exhibition sheds light on poachers who prowled the dark woods of days gone by

Exhibition sheds light on poachers who prowled the dark woods of days gone by

28 March 2022

A museum's new exhibition has turned a spotlight on the darker side of country life in centuries past.


Learn lessons from the past, says leader of Suffolk’s farmers

21 March 2022
Learn lessons from the past, says leader of Suffolk’s farmers

Learn lessons from the past, says leader of Suffolk’s farmers

21 March 2022

Suffolk NFU’s new chairman believes in combining high tech with the wisdom of previous generations.


How you can watch Suffolk Land Girls documentary for free

18 March 2022
How you can watch Suffolk Land Girls documentary for free

How you can watch Suffolk Land Girls documentary for free

18 March 2022

A film paying tribute to the land girls and horses that worked on Suffolk farms during WWII can be seen for free next weekend.


'Land girl film is my tribute to the grandma I never knew'

14 March 2022
'Land girl film is my tribute to the grandma I never knew'

'Land girl film is my tribute to the grandma I never knew'

14 March 2022

Film-maker Holly was helping to care for her cancer-stricken father when she first saw a photo of her grandma in a uniform she had never seen before.


Suffolk families share their stories as brain tumour charity calls for more funding

07 March 2022
Suffolk families share their stories as brain tumour charity calls for more funding

Suffolk families share their stories as brain tumour charity calls for more funding

07 March 2022

Brain tumours kill more children and adults under 40 than any other cancer. But only a proportion of the spend has gone to fighting the disease.


Region's first female flying doctor talks about the joy and tragedy in her career as she retires

28 February 2022
Region's first female flying doctor talks about the joy and tragedy in her career as she retires

Region's first female flying doctor talks about the joy and tragedy in her career as she retires

28 February 2022

We spoke to East Anglia’s first female flying doctor on how getting to a casualty can sometimes be almost as dramatic as the emergency itself.


Join us, say volunteers helping to raise millions for children’s hospices

21 February 2022
Join us, say volunteers helping to raise millions for children’s hospices

Join us, say volunteers helping to raise millions for children’s hospices

21 February 2022

It cares for children and young people with life-threatening illnesses and supports their families through the darkest of days.


How hospital charity adapted to support its NHS heroes

13 February 2022
How hospital charity adapted to support its NHS heroes

How hospital charity adapted to support its NHS heroes

13 February 2022

A hospital charity boss has spoken about getting through the darkest days of the Covid-19 pandemic and how their amazing community backing continues.


How apprenticeships have allowed Suffolk residents to 'earn as you learn'

07 February 2022
How apprenticeships have allowed Suffolk residents to 'earn as you learn'

How apprenticeships have allowed Suffolk residents to 'earn as you learn'

07 February 2022

Apprenticeships can transform your life. But they are not just for youngsters out of school – they can be the key to a mid-life career change.


Priest's journey from writing sermons to penning a page-turner

30 January 2022
Priest's journey from writing sermons to penning a page-turner

Priest's journey from writing sermons to penning a page-turner

30 January 2022

A priest who has launched his first novel – a thriller with a cast of angels, demons, and a retired plumber – shares his writing secrets.


Artist who had stroke at 28 vows to make success of passion that began as therapy

16 January 2022
Artist who had stroke at 28 vows to make success of passion that began as therapy

Artist who had stroke at 28 vows to make success of passion that began as therapy

16 January 2022

Phillippa Gunn was struggling with the aftermath of a stroke and open heart surgery when she rediscovered her childhood love of art.


How farming life’s a dream come true for this couple - even if home is a caravan

10 January 2022
How farming life’s a dream come true for this couple - even if home is a caravan

How farming life’s a dream come true for this couple - even if home is a caravan

10 January 2022

A couple reveal how they gave up their jobs in their sixties to follow their hearts at a farm.


The charities working tirelessly to ease the pain of domestic abuse

04 January 2022
The charities working tirelessly to ease the pain of domestic abuse

The charities working tirelessly to ease the pain of domestic abuse

04 January 2022

From a safe place to stay to helping rebuild lives, we speak to two Suffolk charities helping those facing trauma of abuse.


Meet the Suffolk musician who has played key role in pantomimes for 30 years

01 January 2022
Meet the Suffolk musician who has played key role in pantomimes for 30 years

Meet the Suffolk musician who has played key role in pantomimes for 30 years

01 January 2022

His composing and keyboard skills provide the orchestral sound that weaves together every song and laugh as the story unfolds.


How handover at Suffolk hospice completes a 'St Nic’s circle'

20 December 2021
How handover at Suffolk hospice completes a 'St Nic’s circle'

How handover at Suffolk hospice completes a 'St Nic’s circle'

20 December 2021

The new boss of a vital charity explains how coincidences felt like serendipity.


Meet the 99-year-old Suffolk woman who campaigned against apartheid for decades

13 December 2021
Meet the 99-year-old Suffolk woman who campaigned against apartheid for decades

Meet the 99-year-old Suffolk woman who campaigned against apartheid for decades

13 December 2021

The moment a schoolgirl fainted from hunger in front of her was a turning point in the long life of Mary Owens.


Wonders of nature that helped to fix my ‘faulty brain’

29 November 2021
Wonders of nature that helped to fix my ‘faulty brain’

Wonders of nature that helped to fix my ‘faulty brain’

29 November 2021

Everyone was staring. In the middle of a crowded tube train Hannah Powell’s body was twitching and jerking uncontrollably.


How Suffolk farmer Edward grew to be the cream of the crop

23 November 2021
How Suffolk farmer Edward grew to be the cream of the crop

How Suffolk farmer Edward grew to be the cream of the crop

23 November 2021

Edward Vipond’s farming roots are deep in the soil of Suffolk, where his father and grandfather both worked the land.


From student volunteer to the top job for charity’s CEO

17 November 2021
From student volunteer to the top job for charity’s CEO

From student volunteer to the top job for charity’s CEO

17 November 2021

Aileen Belsberg first worked with fund-raiser and philanthropist Gina Long as a student on work experience but she made a lasting impression.


The group reaching out to families as they battle to pull through

11 November 2021
The group reaching out to families as they battle to pull through

The group reaching out to families as they battle to pull through

11 November 2021

Three families. Three very different situations, but one thing in common: they all desperately needed help.