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Customer demand brings the flavours of Jamaica to Lakenheath

24 September 2015
Customer demand brings the flavours of Jamaica to Lakenheath

Customer demand brings the flavours of Jamaica to Lakenheath

24 September 2015

The taste of Jamaica has arrived in Lakenheath with the opening of a new restaurant.


New consultation on West Suffolk waste hub to consider more sites

23 September 2015
New consultation on West Suffolk waste hub to consider more sites

New consultation on West Suffolk waste hub to consider more sites

23 September 2015

A further consultation considering new possible sites for a waste hub in West Suffolk is to take place following fierce opposition to current proposals.


Reinstated travellers’ site create resistance to Bury St Edmunds masterplan

23 September 2015
Reinstated travellers’ site create resistance to Bury St Edmunds masterplan

Reinstated travellers’ site create resistance to Bury St Edmunds masterplan

23 September 2015

Councillors have approved plans for 1,250 home development in Bury St Edmunds despite concerns over a reinstated travellers’ site.


Haverhill Town Centre Masterplan is approved by St Edmundsbury Borough Council

23 September 2015
Haverhill Town Centre Masterplan is approved by St Edmundsbury Borough Council

Haverhill Town Centre Masterplan is approved by St Edmundsbury Borough Council

23 September 2015

St Edmundsbury Borough Council’s full council meeting voted in favour of adopting The Haverhill Town Centre Masterplan as a supplementary planning document when it met last night (Tuesday).


REVIEW: Adaptation gives Gatsby tale a musical makeover

22 September 2015
REVIEW: Adaptation gives Gatsby tale a musical makeover

REVIEW: Adaptation gives Gatsby tale a musical makeover

22 September 2015

One of the best features of Stephen Sharkey’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby, playing at the Theatre Royal in Bury last week, was the versatility of the cast.


Heroic RAF Mildenhall airmen’s first aid work helps save man’s life

20 September 2015
Heroic RAF Mildenhall airmen’s first aid work helps save man’s life

Heroic RAF Mildenhall airmen’s first aid work helps save man’s life

20 September 2015

Two humble airmen from RAF Mildenhall are being hailed as heroes after helping to save the life of a man they spotted unconscious in the street.


Fund-raisers ride and stride in aid of Suffolk’s churches

19 September 2015
Fund-raisers ride and stride in aid of Suffolk’s churches

Fund-raisers ride and stride in aid of Suffolk’s churches

19 September 2015

While the Tour of Britain was racing its way across Suffolk on Saturday, hundreds more cyclists and walkers were setting off to raise money for the county’s churches.


Brandon firm’s £1m expansion will create up to 100 jobs

17 September 2015
Brandon firm’s £1m expansion will create up to 100 jobs

Brandon firm’s £1m expansion will create up to 100 jobs

17 September 2015

Up to 100 more jobs are set to be created in Brandon after councillors agreed to invest more than £500,000 in the expansion of a local firm.


Samaritan braves first sky dive for Bury St Edmunds branch

16 September 2015
Samaritan braves first sky dive for Bury St Edmunds branch

Samaritan braves first sky dive for Bury St Edmunds branch

16 September 2015

A Great Saxham Samaritan will be taking to the skies next week for the charity’s local branch.


Crafts from music to baking to rafting showcased at Pakenham mill

15 September 2015
Crafts from music to baking to rafting showcased at Pakenham mill

Crafts from music to baking to rafting showcased at Pakenham mill

15 September 2015

Traditional craftsmen and women from bread bakers and musicians to sailors have been showing off their talents at Pakenham Water Mill.


Borough councillor’s plan to house refugees in Bury

11 September 2015
Borough councillor’s plan to house refugees in Bury

Borough councillor’s plan to house refugees in Bury

11 September 2015

A Bury St Edmunds councillor is formulating a plan to help the town do its bit to help the European refugee crisis.


West Row is one of Suffolk’s top two villages

10 September 2015
West Row is one of Suffolk’s top two villages

West Row is one of Suffolk’s top two villages

10 September 2015

Community leaders and residents in West Row are celebrating after the village was crowned the second best in the county.


Mildenhall pensioner hoping to undertake 14th charity ride for churches trust

06 September 2015
Mildenhall pensioner hoping to undertake 14th charity ride for churches trust

Mildenhall pensioner hoping to undertake 14th charity ride for churches trust

06 September 2015

As an annual charity cycle ride in aid of Suffolk’s churches approaches, one Mildenhall pensioner is hoping he will be able to take part in his 14th consecutive ride.


REVIEW: Jeeves, Wooster and company are perfectly portrayed in clever stage adaptation

03 September 2015
REVIEW: Jeeves, Wooster and company are perfectly portrayed in clever stage adaptation

REVIEW: Jeeves, Wooster and company are perfectly portrayed in clever stage adaptation

03 September 2015

Although dressed up as Perfect Nonsense, an outing of British comedy duo Jeeves and Wooster at the Theatre Royal, in Bury St Edmunds, was a brilliantly written and executed display.


VIDEO: West Suffolk couple receive ‘amazing’ gift from ITV’s Lorraine

02 September 2015
VIDEO: West Suffolk couple receive ‘amazing’ gift from ITV’s Lorraine

VIDEO: West Suffolk couple receive ‘amazing’ gift from ITV’s Lorraine

02 September 2015

A West Suffolk couple who’s struggle to have a baby caught the attention of ITV’s Lorraine Kelly have received an ‘amazing’ gift from the show.


FEATURE: Tutors as ‘coaches’ - an experience of adult education

16 August 2015
FEATURE: Tutors as ‘coaches’ - an experience of adult education

FEATURE: Tutors as ‘coaches’ - an experience of adult education

16 August 2015

We’ve all got one - a hobby we enjoy but ‘never find the time’ to pursue, or a childhood talent which slipped away with the pressures of adult life.


Couple’s Hobbit hole plans in trouble with Tolkien brand defenders

09 August 2015
Couple’s Hobbit hole plans in trouble with Tolkien brand defenders

Couple’s Hobbit hole plans in trouble with Tolkien brand defenders

09 August 2015

A West Suffolk couple who are planning to build a habitable Hobbit hole at their campsite are under fire from the defenders of the Tolkien brand.


Tesco’s plans for Lakenheath site could stop building of ‘badly needed store’

07 August 2015
Tesco’s plans for Lakenheath site could stop building of ‘badly needed store’

Tesco’s plans for Lakenheath site could stop building of ‘badly needed store’

07 August 2015

Tesco has confirmed its intention to sell its site in Lakenheath, with new planning conditions intended to make it ‘more attractive’ to buyers.


Residents’ chance to have say on Forest Heath’s future housing developments

04 August 2015
Residents’ chance to have say on Forest Heath’s future housing developments

Residents’ chance to have say on Forest Heath’s future housing developments

04 August 2015

Residents in Forest Heath are being given the chance to decide where new homes will be built in the district with the launch of a new consultation.


Praise for mental health services who supported man before he killed wife then himself

01 August 2015
Praise for mental health services who supported man before he killed wife then himself

Praise for mental health services who supported man before he killed wife then himself

01 August 2015

Just eight days after seeking help for suicidal thoughts a Long Melford man murdered his wife before jumping from Bury St Edmunds’ Parkway multi-storey car park to his death, an inquest heard.